7 WEEK WORKSHOPS |$255.00 + HST (SEVEN 3 HOUR CLASSES ONCE A WEEK)
Tuesdays from 6:00pm -9:00pm Starting October 15th
Join Katrina Slade in this "Mixed Media Sketchbook Challenge” to learn the unlimited potential of mixed media in the low-stakes format of a sketchbook. There is no right or wrong answer in this class, just the freedom of experimentation and creativity. Throughout the 7 weeks, students will be guided through skill-based activities such as contour drawing, as well as creativity-boosting tasks like daily sketchbook challenges. Sketchbooks aren’t just for sketching! Students can expect to gain confidence and knowledge of many varieties of media such as watercolour and collage, and everything in between. By exploring the techniques of sketchbook artists Danny Gregory, Alisa Burke, and Sabrina Ward Harrison, students will conclude the course with a wealth of creativity and a thirst for more.
MATERIAL COST: $20.00 to be paid to the instructor on the day of the workshop.
Instructor – Katrina Slade
Katrina Slade is a third-generation artist with a lifelong passion for creativity. Her abstract mixed media work is typically inspired by a personal response to her environment and life experiences. Originally from the United States, Slade earned a BFA from Oregon State University, followed by a Master of Arts in Teaching. World travel has been instrumental in her artistic growth. After spending seven years as an expat working abroad, she immigrated to Canada in the summer of 2018 and currently lives in Fredericton.
What do I need to bring to the course?
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What's the refund policy?
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