Workshops

Writing Explorations Inspired by Joseph Beuys

Joseph Beuys, Hasengrab

Joseph Beuys. Hasengrab, 1964/1979. Mixed media, Overall: 140 × 190 × 280 cm. Private Collection © Estate of Joseph Beuys / SODRAC (2018)

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$35.00
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$50.00

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Workshops

Writing Explorations Inspired by Joseph Beuys

Friday May 31

Writing Explorations is a series of group workshops inspired by the AGO Collection or special exhibitions, guided by an artist-instructor. Learn to express yourself in written and visual form, building on the personal experiences and narrative strategies of great artists. Each month you’ll visit a new location in the Gallery to see a selection of artwork.

Conducted in an intimate setting, workshop participants will be encouraged to reflect, write and share their impressions of selected artwork inspired by the exhibition, Joseph Beuys. 

Bring your own supplies: 11"x14" coil bound sketchbook, pencils: 2B, 4B,8B, white vinyl eraser and a pencil sharpener with a well to collect shavings.

Students are asked to print out a copy of their receipt and meet your instructor in the Community Gallery located in the AGO's Weston Learning Centre. Participants must be 19 or older. Suitable for beginners.

Kelley Aitken has published two books of short fiction and appeared in many literary and online journals. Her 2016 collection, Canadian Shield (Tightrope Books), earned an IPPY Bronze medal and has been shortlisted for the 2017 ReLit Awards. Her first collection, Love in a Warm Climate (The Porcupine’s Quill), 1998, was nominated for the Commonwealth Prize, Best First Book. She co-edited the anthology First Writes (Banff Press), 2005. Her chapbook, A Tree, an Elephant, Departure, a work of non-fiction about Giuseppe Penone’s Cedro di Versailles, was published by Field Notes in 2015 Kelley also teaches drawing at the AGO.  

For more courses and workshop opportunities visit here http://ago.ca/learn/courses 

 

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