Art MEETS: Multimedia Photo Transfers
with Vivian Wong
Saturday, May 6, 2017, 1-4pm
Main Street Library, 137 Main Street, Toronto
FREE! Please register below
A work of art can tell a story. Participants will learn how to transfer a photo to birch board using a polymer emulsion, and optionally, if taking part in the collaborative art theme of home and community, layer the image with archival city photographs or maps, paint, and/or narrative to create a collage or palimpsest.
Required: Photocopy or laser-printed colour or black-and-white of a personal photograph (such as a family photo or local landscape), digitally flipped, with the dimensions under 6.25″x 6.25.” All other materials provided.
Vivian Wong is a multidisciplinary artist, arts educator, and workshop facilitator. As founder and member of the Wabi Sabi Collective, she has created installation projects and interactive public art for Gladstone Grow Op and Nuit Blanche Toronto.
Art MEETS is a series of FREE community arts workshops in Toronto’s east end that invites you to make, explore, experience, transform, and share. Art MEETS provides a variety of fun, accessible, and engaging opportunities to participate in arts workshops led by experienced, welcoming, and talented artists and arts educators. Join us and come tap into your creative side!
Art MEETS is presented by East End Arts in partnership with the Toronto Public Library.
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