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Discover the fundamentals of drawing with award-winning artist Cameron Stead. Beach drawing classes for all levels! 

Let your creative juices flow and put your new skills into practice while drawing inspiration from beautiful Bondi Beach at the ‘Seaside Sketch Sesh’ session. Families are welcome to this relaxing arty class.

 Materials provided.

Meet Cameron Stead:

Cameron Stead is a Sydney-based visual artist whose practice encompasses painting, installation and multi-media. Stead was the winner of the revered Kilgour Prize in 2017 and was a Waverley Studios Artist is Residence in 2020. Cameron works as an artist and educator across drawing, painting, public art and community engagement.



Sunday 14th July 10am and 1pm




There are two entrances to Bondi Pavilion including entry via Bondi Beach front and Campbell Parade, both providing accessible entrances. You can find ramp access with mobility parking spaces at the front and rear of the building. There are two floors, the ground floor has full access with a lift to level 1 where you can find the bar, Theatre and Seagull Rooms. Accessible amenities are located on both the ground floor and level 1.


Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and assistance animals are welcome at all Bondi Festival events and venues.


Bondi Festival supports the Companion Card program. For patrons who require the assistance of a companion or carer, a second ticket is issued at no cost to the Companion Card holder. These tickets are available directly through the online booking system, and the Companion Card holder must present their card at the Box Office.

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Time: Various Times

Duration: 2h

Dates: Sunday 14 July

Price: $15

Venue: Bondi Pavilion, Seagull Room

Age Recommendation: 8+

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