Introduction to Land Art Workshop
This Introductory Workshop about Land Art is a 3-hour workshop introducing the concepts and practices of this art form for families and small groups. 9 am to 12 pm Saturday, October 2nd, 2021, Online on Zoom. Part 1: LandArt rules and constraints; How to approach public spaces; Part 2: Making Branch and Twig Land Art; Part 3: Making Snow and Sand Land Art Part 4: Making Water, Leaf, and Stone Land Art Attendees will learn all about this environmentally friendly, local, ephemeral and participative art form during the workshop, and will leave with the means of creating land art pieces in their own community and with their own friends or family. Admission by pay-what-you-may donation in collaboration with Culture Days BC.
This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
My artisanal business, byteSMART Digital Visions, is all about the marriage of arts and technology, as related to imaging, sound, print, prose, video, and verse. STEAM (Sciences, Technology, Engineering, ARTS, and Mathematics), not just STEM, in other words. My literary and visual arts practice was born out of the legends in and of the landscapes of planet earth. Information about my artwork can be found at my web site, https://www.leahmurray.ca. My teaching practice is centered around the convergence of the arts and technology and is aimed at making both of these easily accessible to people of all ages and stages. A list of my offerings in this line can be found on my Digital Services website at https://bytesmart.ca/current-service-offerings/digital-and-arts-training/. I have been fortunate to find opportunities for doing this work on two continents in the northern hemisphere. Using digital arts, a habit of continuous learning, and ongoing training in classical and contemporary writing, drawing, photography, music and videography, I have been developing my “Celtic eye”, and applying that lens to the world around me.
Broadcast from the Newton Area
The Zoom link for the workshop will be emailed to registrants within 24 hours of their registration being received.
This is a virtual venue on the Zoom platform. Participants do not require their own copy of the software in order to attend..