Art Jam Session 2 - Nov 23 - Dec 14

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Art Jam Session 2 - Nov 23 - Dec 14

65.00

Session 2

Art Jam age 8-13 years.

Dates: Saturdays from Nov 23 - Dec 14, 2019

Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Location: Collingwood Public Library in the Free Schools Literacy Room

Art Projects:

WEEK 1 - LLAMA MIXED MEDIA ADVENTURE

Participants will have a multi-layered, creative exploration making these mixed media paintings. Participants will begin by creating a teepee structure “night light” with paper mache. Next, in this process piece, a magical painted evening sky. Collage elements will be added to add another dimension to this personalized piece including a llama with luggage and black silhouettes. Emphasis on form, pattern, shape, colour, texture, composition, background/foreground.

WEEK 2 - LLAMA MIXED MEDIA ADVENTURE… Continued

Participants will have a multi-layered, creative exploration making these mixed media paintings. Participants will begin by creating a teepee structure “night light” with paper mache. Next, in this process piece, a magical painted evening sky. Collage elements will be added to add another dimension to this personalized piece including a llama with luggage and black silhouettes. Emphasis on form, pattern, shape, colour, texture, composition, background/foreground.

WEEK 3 - KIMMY CANTRELL INSPIRED MASKS

Participants will create a large relief mask inspired by American sculptor, Kimmy Cantrell. By planning exaggerated facial features of an abstract face and creating them out of cardboard, they will “build” their face on a super-sized mask by layering each element. The end result will be a dynamic and textured mask finished with paint and pastel. Emphasis on shape, line, colour, texture, asymmetry, proportion.

WEEK 4 - KIMMY CANTRELL INSPIRED MASKS

Participants will create a large relief mask inspired by American sculptor, Kimmy Cantrell. By planning exaggerated facial features of an abstract face and creating them out of cardboard, they will “build” their face on a super-sized mask by layering each element. The result will be a dynamic and textured mask finished with paint and pastel. Emphasis on shape, line, colour, texture, asymmetry, proportion.

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