VISUAL ARTS: JULY 19-23
5-8's Virtual Camp: 1:00-2:00PM
9-12's Virtual Camp: 2:45-4:00PM
campers will be introduced to a variety of art media through fun and engaging hands-on activities. Each day of the 5-day visual arts camp will be facilitated by a different artist or artistic-team that will use playful approaches to viewing and making art. A list of the materials required for each day of the program will be sent to participants in advance.
_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Each day of the 5-day visual arts program will be an artistic journey for campers as they are introduced and led through various fun and engaging hands-on activities facilitated by a solo artist or artistic-team that *use playful approaches to viewing and making art. *List of required materials for 5-day program will be sent to participants 2wks in advance.
*Camp program is highly interactive - campers encouraged to have their video camera and microphone on for duration of each session.
Ebti Nabag is a portrait and documentary photographer that teams up with galleries and community organizations to deliver visual programs that provide opportunities for creative self-expression and aid in the development of identity.
Heidi Cho is a multidisciplinary artist that self-publishes comics and zines about being a queer Korean navigating family and mental health.
Morgan Sea is a Toronto-based cartoonist. Her practice often blends fantasy and queer theory to create trans-feminist comics, zines, and new media endeavours.
Rachel MacFarlane is a visual artist that creates paper box models as both a starting point and observational place of reference to explore conditions of place through paintings. Each painting is a reconstructed version of a new place/s based on a memory of a particular place.
Zhan Zhang is a Parpercut and 3D Animation artist that produces one-of-a-kind Papercut cards and decorative pieces featuring Japanese handmade paper and specializes in hand-cut 3D paper sculptures that mimic natural plants and fungus, as well as miniature Papercut insects.
Wave Art Collective is an interdisciplinary group of artists, educators, academics, and mobilizers creating art and educational programming to foster Scarborough’s creative scene.