A Day of Art-Toronto

A Day of Art-Toronto
  • October 22, 2016
    9:30 am - 3:30 pm

A Day of Art from OAEA

The next OAEA conference will be held in the spring of 2017 and OAEA will be organizing a number of  one day programmes in towns across Ontario in the fall for members and friends of Art Education.

 

A Day of Art

Programme

An intensive workshop on an area of art-drawing or painting or sculpture .

The Day of Art is a workshop designed for teachers with great instruction in art In the afternoon – you can take the ideas and techniques learned and apply them to school curriculum, look at new technologies and application. Share ideas and projects with other participants. Bring your Ipad or phone to take photos of the work produced.

 

The cost-$25- this will cover art supplies and honorariums for the workshop leaders. Please bring your own tea of coffee and go out for a nice lunch

 

The time- 9:30-12:30 and 1:30-3:30

 

Register and pay online- the Day of Art will run with a minimum of 12 and a maximum of 25 people.

 

Day of Art Toronto

When- Oct 22, 2016

Where- Artscape Youngplace, 180 Shaw St, M6J 2W5- there is parking on the street and the space is close to Queen Street. There is a nice coffee and sandwich bar in the building and great restaurants in the area.

 

Our Instructor

Kathryn Chelin has taught both elementary and secondary art in Otttawa and York Region. She help found the regional art programme for York Region at Unionville High School. Kathy now teaches all ages in art schools in Toronto and Markham.

There will be guest instructos in the afternoon as well.

The Programme

Drawing is a learned skill that anyone can achieve with direction and practice. Learning to draw can be the gateway to self-expression and appreciation of the world at large. This  workshop will cover the basic principles and techniques of drawing such as proportional measurement, perspective and shading. The mediums used will be graphite, conté, and pen. The focus is to build perception skills and hand-eye co-ordination, as well as demonstrating to participants how to teach these skills using simplified, high success techniques. You will be amazed at the representational work you can create with just a little instruction. The afternoon session will involve painting skills as well as curriculum sharing.

 

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