Join us for family time and be engaged in creative studio activities led by local artists. Presented with the support of Anne Safranyos & family, we are pleased to offer Sundays in the Studio for a returning 7th year.
Featured Artist for August: Kristina Bradt
Kristina Bradt is a Windsor-based artist and public art enthusiast, whose practice ranges indifferent mediums like painting, drawing, sculpture, digital and sound based work. Kristina earnedher BFA from University of Windsor (2017) and has been furthering her technological skills withthe use of 3D design and printing within her artistic practice. Themes included in her work revolvearound the study of people, their everyday surroundings, and the connections and interactionsbetween the two. She is currently focused on creating a visual representation of sound andproviding a new understanding of the particular sense of hearing. Kristina has exhibited her worklocally and participated in grant-funded projects like Breaking Barriers Mural Project, W.A.V.E.SFestival 2016, and a mural commission for the City of Windsor’s 125th Birthday.
August 5th: DIY Endless Pattern Print
This multimedia project combines images of your favourite foods into a fun and brightly coloured print. You will learn the steps that designers take to create an endless pattern, similar to print styles you see on t-shirts, bags, towels, and Andy Warhol’s work in wallpaper design.
August 12th: Rolled Paper 3D Artwork
This workshop will guide you in creating an interesting 3D artwork created entirely out of rolled paper. Choosing from a Portrait, Landscape, or Still life your finished piece will be made up of beautiful abstract lines of the delicately rolled paper.
August 19th: Tin Foil Relief Painting
This activity combines the use of 2D and 3D mediums to create your very own relief painting. Together, we will go through the process of creating your raised shapes, then we will apply tin foil to create a metallic canvas to colour in with markers and paint! Inspired by our 3rd floor galleries and artist Ian Baxter&.
August 26th: Clay Stamp Creations
reate your very own clay stamp that you will be able to bring home to use again and again for future art projects.
The City of Windsor’s International Relations Committee, chaired by Councillor Fred Francis, is hosting a Children’s Art Exhibition with some of our twin cities at Windsor City Hall.Drawings would be from children between the ages of 6 and 12 years of ageThe theme could be anything but we would suggest “My Happy Home Town” or “Friendship” themes
Size of pictures about 10 x 16 (not any larger)
Exhibition period: August 24, 2018 through September 4, 2018
Exhibition place: Windsor’s New City Hall Building and exchanged with Twin City,
In the Fall of 2018 the Children’s Art Exhibition will also take place in Gunsan, therefore they will be exchanging artwork and will be sending pictures (from Windsor) to Gunsan. The Art Gallery will then select some to send to the Committee where they will choose 5-10 and will notify the artists.