June 26 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
* Deerlake Gallery Hours: Tuesday - Sunday from 12pm - 4pm / Fridays - 12 - 6pm
Turn your recycled paper into an artistic sculpture! The Burnaby Arts Council is proud to present our latest workshop, Paperclay sculpture making with Hong TanTan. Join us on June 26 at 2:00pm as we walk through the process of making organic clay with simple household items and ingredients.
This workshop is for sculptors and or anyone who is interested in working with natural and recycled materials foraged from home. Participants will dive into how we can use recycled paper and organic glue to turn them into paper clay.
You’ll come out of this workshop with the materials to make a variety of things like flower pots, bowls, artistic sculptures and more! This workshop is great for young adults, and families.
Register soon because space is limited!
In an effort to make art classes more accessible, the BAC is offering this workshop on a sliding scale. Closed captioning will be provided at this workshop. If you require an ASL interpreter, please e-mail us in advance at email@example.com so we can take the necessary preparations.
TanTan is a multimedia installation artist, visual storyteller, writer, bookmaker, and educator from South Korea. Her practice has been based in Seoul, Hong Kong, LA and now in Vancouver. Her practice and research concern microorganisms, memories, and world building: the studies interworked between fictional and historical landscapes birthed by American imperialism. TanTan holds a BFA from CalArts and an MFA from ECUAD.
When: Saturday, June 26 from 2 pm to 4 pm
Where: Online via Zoom
Cost: $3 – $10 (Sliding scale)
Register on Eventbrite for the Zoom link.