Exploring Collaboration in the Art-Making Process
Date:Fri, Sep 30th, 2022
Time:10:00 am to 11:00 am
This session will begin with a tour of the exhibition This is Water, which features the work of Kelowna-based artist Lindsey Kirker.
Kirker creates surreal compositions of construction in nature. Thus leading us into examining why making mistakes in art often leads to the best ideas, as inspired by Kirker's creative process. We will then make a collaborative painting with the patent/guardian and child.
Join us on the last Friday of every month for a diverse exploration of art-making materials and art processes through age-appropriate art activities. We invite parents and guardians to bring their little ones under the age of 5 to explore art-making with non-toxic materials in this fun and social program that encourages creative self-expression while developing fine and gross motor skills and sensory awareness. Make sure you dress for the mess as all are invited to join in on the fun! Parents must accompany children for the duration of the session, and admission is by donation. Due to Covid-19, Pre-registration is required to ensure social distancing and cleanliness measures are followed.
Vernon Public Art GalleryAddress:
3228- 31st Ave,, Vernon, V1T 2H3
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Vernon Public Art Gallery