Collaborative workshop at Touchstones

Local art duo heartlab (Anita Levesque and Bradley Smith) will be offering a hands-on collaborative art making workshop that will include a brief discussion about their work.

Local art duo heartlab (Anita Levesque and Bradley Smith) will be offering a hands-on collaborative art making workshop that will include a brief discussion about their work.

The Touchstones Nelson workshop goes Thursday night between 7 and 9 p.m.

Pairs of any kind are encouraged to attend (e.g. friends, siblings, couples), although any individual is welcome, and will be matched with a partner. Participants will playfully explore the creative dynamics between text and image, and between one another as collaborators. No experience is required and materials will be provided.

The resulting works will be exhibited in the display cases in the hallway leading to Gallery B (with permission of the participants).

Participants are asked to register in advance to secure their seat, as there are only 12 spaces. Please contact the front desk for more information: 250-352-9813.

The cost for the workshop is $7 for non-members and $5 for members.

 

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