The Maclaren Arts Centre has reimagined the W-Edge Online program with a weekly, drop-in zoom session that provides a space for like-minded people to get creative.
Participants will spend an afternoon exploring art, ideas, and issues with their peers, without ever leaving home. Workshops will be hosted by regional artist and arts therapist, Lisa Nackman, who will walk through subjects like next week’s “Urban Wildlife”, which will explore Mary Anne Barkhouse’s digital exhibit Ark/ive. Participants will prep and construct their own bat house (out of reclaimed wood) that can be installed in a location of their choice.
W-Edge Online takes place every Wednesday from 3 PM to 5 PM and admission is completely free. You can register for one of the workshops here and the material will be provided (can be picked up from the Maclaren Art Centre).
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