Location: 
Halifax  
Event

Summer School of the Arts (Week 5)

Date Time: 
Monday, 29 July 2019 - 9:00am to Friday, 2 August 2019 - 4:00pm

Week 5: SCULPTURE & DRAWING: 2D & 3D Art

Add some depth to your art – and play outside the lines!
 
Draw Outside the Lines with artist Jesse Roode. Learn different ways to draw using pencil, charcoal, ink and oil pastels. Incorporate movement, music, and non-traditional mark-making tools to create both traditional and experimental drawings.
 
Using the Gallery’s sculpture collection as inspiration, discover a range of three- dimensional art processes and materials. You will use fabric, plaster strips, found objects, paper maché, and wire to build, construct, and sculpt Art in 3D with artist Camilla Salcedo.

About the Instructors:

Jesse Roode is a self taught Visionary Artist from Truro/Wagobagitik, Nova Scotia. At the age of two she picked up a pen and intuitively scribbled abstract figures. Growing up in a rural community, Jesse spent a lot of her time daydreaming, exploring the forest, and drawing. Art remained a practice throughout her life. Focusing on themes surrounding mental health, the environment, relationships and memories. Drawing symbolically rich manga narratives and painting dreamscapes with mixed mediums. 

Now residing in Halifax/K’jipuktuk, Jesse works as a Substitute Teacher for the HRSB and Arts Facilitator at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Jesse earned a Bachelor of Arts from Saint Mary’s University and Education from Mount Saint Vincent University. Because every student is an agent of their own learning, Jesse incorporates active imagination to her method, encouraging individuals to reclaim their power to (re)connect deeper to their unique and creative selves.
 
Camila Salcedo is an interdisciplinary artist with a primary focus on performance, video, textiles, and curation, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Interdisciplinary from NSCAD University 2018. Her work is centred around Latinx identity, cultural hybridity and llamativo colours. She is also an arts educator and community organizer.

Important Details:

  • Classes are for ages 5-7 and 8-12.
  • Each week-long session consists of a morning class and an afternoon class.
  • Class size is limited to 13 students.
  • Students can be dropped off and picked up from the Education Studios near the main lobby.
  • After-school care is available until 4:45 p.m.
  • Lunchtime supervision is available to all students. Students will need to bring a lunch but NO nut products please.
  • Students should bring a water bottle and snack for mid-morning and mid-afternoon.
  • Some classes will take advantage of nice weather, so a hat and sunscreen are recommended.
  • Please label your child’s belongings.
  • Art can be messy, so students should wear “work” clothes.
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