In this narrative painting workshop, participants will be asked to bring one object from home and tell its story visually. Participants will be guided through this process with examples and instructions.
In addition to learning about colour theory (mixing, shading, lighting, etc) and surreal landscape painting, participants will be given space to paint free form and experiment with gouache and gel mediums on large scale canvases.
Flemingdon Park Library’s Auditorium, 2nd floor, 29 St Dennis Drive
This is an inclusive space with mentorship from a professional artist for anyone wanting to create, experiment or exchange ideas. Painting and drawing supplies are provided, but you’re welcome to bring your own.
This program will consist of twelve stained glass painting workshops, which will end with a community exhibition on July 21st. The workshops will generate discussions on how our neighbourhoods shape our identity and how we can use images to describe ourselves and our surroundings. Alongside these discussions, participants will learn how to use glass paints. They will start with the basics of colour mixing and mark making. By the time they get to their final projects, they will be using this art form, which has historically graced the walls of churches, mosques and other significant buildings, to create paintings of their neighbourhoods.
May 3 to June 9
Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 am to 1 pm
July 21, 2017
12 pm to 6 pm
Flemingdon Park Library’s Glass Room, 29 St Dennis Drive
We are looking for youth artists to design and paint a community mural at Flemo City Media. This space is dedicated for radio broadcasting by youth. It is used to create art, socialize and discuss community issues. The mural and the three paintings created by the youth participating will reflect all of these activities. This project will allow the participants to express their own creative ideas about the relationship between community and individuality.