ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Empower yourself through art for Women’s Day!
Join illustrator Natalie Very B. in a two hour workshop where you’ll learn how to create an empowering version of a self portrait with ink and tell YOUR story through visual imagery. During the process you’ll look at yourself with a newly found kindness and appreciate your own body as a sacred temple and a real work of art. This workshop will focus on body positivity and a variety of inking techniques. International Women’s Day is the following day, Sunday March 8, 2020, however all genders are welcome to participate in this workshop.
ABOUT THE FACILITATOR: NATALIE VERY B.
Natalie Very B. is a Polish-Canadian feminist illustrator. She works full-time as an artist and tries to evoke positive action towards change through art. The main focus of her work lies in female bodily existence, the modern fight against misogyny, the magic concept of time, and the true darkness hidden in the primal core of humanity.
In order to continue to support the ArtMEETS program and pay its facilitators a fair CARFAC rate, as well as to offset the cost of high quality art supplies provided during each workshop, each ArtMEETS workshop will be $25. Payment is to be made online at the time of registration, which will be done via Eventbrite. Payments through Eventbrite can be made with any major credit card, or through PayPal.
Unfortunately, East End Arts is not able of offer refunds or exchanges at this time. If you are not able to attend an ArtMEETS workshop that you’ve registered for, please feel free to transfer your ticket to a friend! If you’re transferring your spot to another person, be sure to email them your ticket or hand it to them personally, and let East End Arts know in advance. Thank you!
To ensure that the cost of each workshop does not serve as a barrier to participation, community members will have the opportunity to participate in an ArtMEETS workshop for free via Energy Exchange! An Energy Exchange is a way for you to pay for an ArtMEETS workshop with energy and time, as opposed to with money. Energy Exchange positions will include setting/packing up tables and chairs before and after an ArtMEETS workshop, or dedicating your time as a volunteer at one of our upcoming events. Energy Exchange positions will be provided on a first-come, first-serve basis, with preference being given to individuals from low-income households, and/or those who identify as belonging to one or more of the following equity priority groups, as identified by the Toronto Arts Council and the Ontario Arts Council:
- Person of Colour
- Person with Disability/ies
- Person Living with Mental Illness