September 12th, 2014
At the beginning of October I will be on location once again at Opus Art Supplies Hastings Street location giving an in-store demo of paper cutting techniques. The demo is FREE but you must register by phone (604‑678‑5889) to reserve a spot as space is limited.
When I give these demos at Opus I try to do a thorough run down on knives, paper, techniques, and different ways to use paper cut elements in artwork.
Opus Artist Demo: Freeform Paper Cutting Techniques
Date: Sunday October 5th, 2014
Time: 11pm & 1pm
Location: Opus Art Supplies, 100-207 West Hastings Street
September 9th, 2014
The Eastside Culture Crawl is offering a few workshops related to professional development for their participating artists. On Tuesday September 23rd I will be teaching the workshop, Instagram for Artists.
Instagram is a mobile-based photo sharing app with 100 million active users, and the favourite Social Media tool for creative people. Rachael Ashe will demonstrate the potential of Instagram as a means for showcasing artwork, sharing process, and engaging a local and international online audience. The workshop will include a thorough exploration of Instagram functionality, how to use hashtags, apps to use with Instagram, building an audience, promoting your work etc.
I’ve taught this workshop a few times to small groups of artist friends and the feedback has been positive. I use Instagram daily to share my work, and I think it’s one of the best tools around for creative people.
Please visit the Eastside Culture Crawl website to sign up for this workshop »
August 25th, 2014
I’ve begun scheduling workshops for the upcoming fall season, and the first of these will be an altered book workshop at Hot Art Wet City. There are ten spots available and it looks like four have already been spoken for.
The class takes place on Saturday September 20th, 12:30pm to 4:30pm, at 2206 Main street at 6th Avenue.
The altered book workshop is an introduction on how to create sculpture from books, using techniques like folding, cutting, rolling, and working with three dimensional objects. The goal is to inspire participants, and guide each person through creating a finished piece of work by the end of class.
To read the full description of the class as well as sign up, please visit the Hot Art Wet City web site »