Workshop-Introduction to Land Art-Corine Anderson
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We will start with a brief description of the History of Land/Environmental Art. We will learn a bit of vocabulary and introduce the concepts of composition and design. After introducing a few methods and techniques participants will break off into small groups and create their own land-based artworks. This workshop is mainly participatory and collaborative so participants should be prepared to work with others and get dirty.
We will end by gathering to view participants work, discuss what we’ve learned and how to use what we’ve learned with children.
Group that this workshop is best suited for: All Ages
This workshop will be offered: Friday AM
Corine is an ECE III in Winnipeg, Manitoba at SPLASH Child Care Inc. She’s been working as a School Age Professional for over 15 years in Alberta, BC and Manitoba before that she studied Fine Arts at the University of Saskatchewan. She grew up in small town Saskatchewan where she built tree forts, caught tadpoles in the creek and ate carrots that still had the dirt on.