Please join the waiting list.
Date: Sat 15 July 2023
Venue: Chatswood Youth Centre, 64 Albert St, Chatswood (Corner of Victor St and Albert Ave., opposite the Mandarin Centre)
Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm.
What to bring?
A big shopping bag (supermarket strong bag) to take your masterpieces home!
CFS Members: $15
Non-members: FREE for young people aged 11 – 25 yr; $20 for anyone over 25yr.
* You may consider signing up to become members of the Community Flower Studio. Click here
The Community Flower Studio (CFS) is a youth-focused charity operates as a not-for-profit social enterprise to Help Young People Find Meaningful Employment. CFS is a COVID-19 WISE Business registered with NSW Health. Please contact Dr Bibiana Chan on
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0412 613 073 for details.
Unleash your creative talent! Sign up today to join us for a fun-filled Mindfulness Botanical Drawing Workshop!
What will be covered?
- What are the Eight Elements of Design?
- How to create a Botanical Drawing using watercolour techniques?
- How to choose your colours?
- How to practise ‘Mindfulness’ while creating botanical drawing?
- Are there other applications of mindfulness in creative activities?
Who will be teaching?
Master Ethan W., a Yr 9 student who is keen to learn new skills and share with others. Ethan volunteers his time for CFS as part of his Duke of Edinburgh Awards.
Dr Bibiana Chan is a Sydney based florist, mixed-media artist and public mental health researcher. She graduated from her PhD from the Faculty of Medicine, UNSW in 2007. She combines her passion for flowers, arts with her mental health advocacy. Creative activities are associated with mental wellbeing. Bibiana is keen to promote a community spirit where people in the neighbourhood come together to create arts, be it a bouquet, a necklace or a piece of artwork! She founded the Community Flower Studio (CFS) with some fellow researchers and good friends in Sept 2019. Like us on Facebook: Community Flower Studio Inc or check out this Instagram: communityflowerstudio