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Culture Days will return September 22 – October 15, 2023.

Art Powered Workshops- Cyanotype Printmaking or Gratitude Journaling

In-person

Craft Printmaking Visual arts
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Location

Artfest Ontario Studio

2 Townley St. Nottawa, ON

Nottawa, Clearview Township, ON

Directions: We are located 5 minutes south of Collingwood, ON, on the first street east of County Road 124 on the corner of Townley St and Side Road 36 & 37.

Access

Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.

Offered in English.

Has gender-neutral washrooms.

About

Gratitude Journaling Sunday Sept 26, 1pm-3pm

Create a Gratitude Art Journal with Deb Chandler. Maximum 6 people

"The Gratitude Journal workshop will inspire and lift your daily thought patterns. Exploring metaphors on the important role hands play in our lives, Deb will guide you through the art of drawing, writing, discussion, prompts, collage, storytelling and then close with a gratitude and abundance meditation. You will take away a delightful, finished project, with prompts to continue your personal journey."

There is no artistic experience required to join us on this journey of loving gratitude.

We welcome adults 19 yrs and older.

Please register by: September 20

Deb is excited to be a facilitator for Culture Days in Nottawa

Cyanotype Printmaking Sunday Oct 24, 10am-12pm

Learn a new and fun way to do a printmaking with nature and sunlight! Join talented art instructor Shandelle McCurdie. Open to all ages. We will be working indoors and outdoors in the beautiful gardens and groomed lawns of the Artfest Studio in Nottawa, ON. Using natural plant materials, you will create a delightful print with rich indigo hues.

Shandelle Page McCurdie is an artist and facilitator living near the shores of Wasaga Beach. She studied at Sheridan College and now runs a creative business from her home studio where she paints original and commissioned artwork. Her primary medium is acrylic on canvas but she enjoys exploring and teaching with a variety of mediums. She facilitates workshops for aspiring artists and has begun to expand her portfolio with community mural work in Georgian Bay.

You can see more of her work on Instagram @herpaintedpage or her website https://shandellepagemccurdie.wordpress.com/

Registration is required with a Pay-what-you-may fee policy. Recommended fee is $20 for each workshop.

COVID-19 Safety Guidelines: Art Workshop Capacity is limited to 6 attendees at a time. Students must maintain a 2-metre distance. Hand sanitizer stations will be provided and face masks are required for indoor workshops.

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Organizer

Artfest Ontario

Artfest Ontario produces in-person art and craft festivals in Toronto and Kingston. We provide artists opportunities to sell their art and craft and perform live. Artfest also produces Livestream shows and has an online Artfest Shop featuring 120 artists from across Canada. Our programming typically features Canada's top art and craft makers, live music, poetry, children's art workshops, live theatre performances, circus arts, and community art activities. In 2017 we founded the Jay Redbird First Nations Art Pavilion which takes place on Canada Day weekend as part of our Artfest Kingston event in City Park. We are Art Powered.....keeping people connected to their arts community.

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