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Art Workshop – Art, Play, Life and Journal Making

October 3 @ 7:00 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 7:00 pm on Monday, repeating until October 3, 2022

Join local artist Fiona and try out some simple art techniques. Engaging in art can be therapeutic and learning these simple art skills will be a fun way to help expand our neural pathways! These beginner classes will explore the art of mandala, journalling, collage and print making. It’s about play and fun – let’s keep it simple and enjoy the process.

4 bite size (1 hour) art classes for adults across a range of simple art practices. Sessions are:

Sep 12 – Creating a mandala, pen and ink drawing
Sep 19- Paper techniques – making a journal
Sep 26 – Playing with colour and collage – creating journal pages
Oct 3 – Print making – cutting simple stamps

A $5 nonrefundable fee is required by Sep 5 to confirm registration. Space is limited.

BIO: Fiona is a mixed-media artist and writer with a part-time corporate job on Bay Street managing learning for a global firm. She immigrated to Canada a decade ago, from the U.K., for the adventure of a new life and to free up time from work to make and create art. A keen advocate for mental wellness, she has learned, over the years, the importance of play alongside all the serious grown-up stuff we juggle. She has lived in Bolton all that time.

Details

Date:
October 3
Time:
7:00 pm
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Website:
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Organizer

Caledon Public Library
Phone:
905-857-1400 x228
Email:
mmaw@caledon.library.on.ca

Venue

Caledon Public Library – Albion Bolton Branch
150 Queen Street S
Bolton, L7E 1E3
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