Drawn Together: The Joys of Collaborative Art Making
Facilitated by Charles Hackbarth
Artisans At Work
Sunday, May 26, 2013
11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
This is a pay-what-you-like event. Donations are accepted to help pay for supplies, rental of the studio and the facilitator’s fees.
A note from the facilitator:
Making art together in a collaborative setting is both exciting and challenging.
In this fun two-hour workshop, we will explore ways to make art together.
Working with the theme of interconnectedness, we will spontaneously create
large-scale drawings that incorporate the imagery, colours, mark-making and creativity of all the participants who come out and participate.
This is art-making as a social event. Stories are swapped, insights shared, friendships established.
This is an inclusive creative experience. Whether you are a professional artist, a hobby artist or someone who doesn’t consider themselves an artist at all, this is a fun and safe way to share in collective creativity. No previous art experience is necessary.
Please feel free to drop by anytime during the workshop. However there will be a guided meditation and brief explanation at the beginning of the session at 11 am.
Charles Hackbarth is an artist, writer, musician, Expressive Arts and Personal Transformation Facilitator. He’s been creating and showing his art since 1985. He’s been facilitating expressive arts workshops for 20 years.
RSVP to Charles Hackbarth at 416-691-7772 or firstname.lastname@example.org