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Digital Illustrator Battle

Ben Sanders and Sha'an d'Anthes

Join two of Australia’s most recognisable illustrators as they have a live drawing battle that will have your kids inspired to get creative!

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“Art is my world. It has offered me another language to communicate with.”

Sha'an d'Anthes

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Who will win the Illustrator Battle of 2020?

Join two of Australia’s most recognisable illustrators as they have a live drawing battle that will have your kids inspired to get creative! 

Ben Sanders is best known for his vibrant characters on the Natural Confectionery Co. packs and for his acclaimed children’s picture books, I’ve an Uncle Ivan, My Book (not yours) and My Pet (not yours). He has recently returned from living in the High Andes of Bolivia, where he worked with BiblioWorks - who assist street kids and establish libraries in remote areas. Follow Ben on Instagram @ben.sanders.illustrator

Sha’an d’Anthes is a young artist taking Instagram by storm. Her career as an artist and illustrator has seen her exhibit and sell her work all over the world. Her debut book Zoom, is an adventure story full of fun sounds, action and images. Follow Sha’an on Instagram @furrylittlepeach 

Together they will demonstrate their unique styles and techniques for bringing themes and characters alive right in front of your eyes!

Presented by Sydney Opera House, Hachette Australia and NSW Department of Education. 

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