Adult Studio Workshop: It Can Be Anything

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Adult Studio Workshop: It Can Be Anything

Wednesday, June 16, 3 pm

This workshop is designed to support participants who identify as having intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

Recommended age group: 18 years old and up

Join us for an interactive artmaking workshop that brings into the limelight the budding artistic talents of neuro-diverse adults. In this online virtual studio, we will take a look at an artwork from the AGO Collection to explore the many ways you can express yourself. It can be anything!

This workshop is inspired by the artwork of a young woman named Rachel, and a short film showcasing her artwork called It Can Be Anything. The short film uses animation to take us through the compelling artwork of a person with neuro-diverse creativity.

David and Kelley will explore colour in our everyday lives! While having conversations and working with your art materials, you’ll learn about value; hue; saturation. How do you balance colour, create contrast, and work with complimentary colours? Bring your imagination and creativity.

Suggested Art Materials: Oil pastels, pencils crayons, watercolour pencil crayons, chalk pastel, tempera or watercolour paint; markers White and coloured paper, scissors, tape or glue stick.

Live sessions will contain automated closed captions.

Closed captioning is available in this recording.

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Presented by AGO in collaboration with Immediate Group. Supported by Special Olympics Ontario and the Harry E. Foster Charitable Foundation.

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