SKETCHBOOK TORONTO: ARTS ETOBICOKE
For Ages 14-20
Sketchbook Toronto is an accessible portfolio development program for emerging artists. Participants will work on interdisciplinary art projects that explore both representational and abstract styles through contemporary ideas. Through mentorship, they will exercise portfolio presentation and critique skills, as well as social media self-promotion strategies for broader outreach of their talents. Workshops will offer training in synesthesia painting, printmaking, designing a large scale composition, self-deconstruction portrait, colour and design theory, storytelling and more.
Participants will develop their own sketchbooks and work on multidiscipline visual art projects that will explore and reflect their individual artistic styles using an extensive variety of supplies, mixed mediums, and tools provided.
Artwork from the class may be displayed in Arts Etobicoke’s Gallery during January and February 2017.
- Saturdays, 1:00 - 3:30 pm
- September 24 - November 5
- 6 sessions
- Classes held at Arts Etobicoke
- Materials are included in each class
Khadija Aziz is a process-based visual artist exploring the hybridization of traditional mediums and digital technologies. She had her first solo exhibition at Whippersnapper Gallery in August 2015. Khadija is a certified emerging facilitator by NIA Centre for the Arts, and she is an award-winning youth volunteer as the youngest recipient of the Volunteer Toronto Legacy Award in 2015 for her contributions in communities through arts. www.sketchbookto.ca
Call 416.622.8731 x227, or email email@example.com.
Supported by The Johansen-Larsen Foundation.