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Pandora Wilhelm: Puzzle Workshop – Caregiver and Children
May 31 – 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
You are invited to a community art workshop series in Mississauga, as part of the Lakeview Village Discovery Centre Artists-In-Residence Program, in partnership with Artscape Atelier.
*Limited spots available. Please reserve your tickets to save your spot. We will not exceed the capacity of each workshop, but will have a waitlist in case any cancellations occur.*
The below artist will be sharing her Indigenous knowledge in a number of thoughtful art workshops, all levels are welcome!
Artist, Pandora Wilhelm (Mulberry Design & Engravings) is one of this years artists-in-residence, and will be holding a variety of exciting and inspiring community art workshops inspired by her Indigenous knowledge and our connection to water, in a series of three workshops total.
This event is in person indoors at the Discovery Centre Gallery. Please note that all youth (under 18 years old) require to be accompanied by an adult for the duration of the event (guardian/parent/caregiver). Please also sign up for the event to claim your individual spots and enjoy a family-fun activity!
Please note that these workshops may be photographed/video recorded. Therefore, all participants will be required to sign a media consent release form upon arrival.
This workshop is the final in a series from artist Pandora Wilhelm (from Mulberry Design and Engravings), for the Lakeview Village Discovery Centre artist-in-residence program, in partnership with Artscape Atelier.
Ages: This is a family workshop, children and their caregivers are welcome. Children under 12 years of age may best enjoy this stage/type of puzzle.
Skill: All skill levels welcome.
The goal of this workshop is for a collaborative effort within a family unit to create a puzzle featuring the families language representation. The puzzles will already be cut out and engraved, so families will work together to sand their puzzles, glue them together and then paint the animals. This will also encourage families to look at what their traditional art forms may be and demonstrate how art can take different forms.
Ahead of time, when registering we will ask the language that your family want for the animals as well as the name you would like along the top. Please note you will be creating 1 puzzle per family/or per child attending, however you will be required to create separate tickets for each member of your family attending, so we can keep track of total numbers in the space.