Runs from Wednesday February 16 2022 to Wednesday February 23 2022

Approximate running time: 2 hours


Toronto ON M6K 2B2


× Instructor: Serene Chan
Feb. 16,23,March 2,9 &16.
Wednesdays 5-7pm

**Scarborough Residents will be prioratized. COMMUNITY+Connects with Workman Arts invites you to register for Visual Story Telling Workshop! Before people learned how to write, they would tell each other stories. We, ourselves, are a collection of stories through our experiences, cultures, and ancestry. This course teaches you how to story tell in your art through world building, character design, story boarding, and creative brainstorming. Students will learn how to incorporate inspirations from mythology and their ancestry, and learn the basic principles of art in order to create their own visual story.

Who can register: Teenagers, Children, BIPOC, LGBTQ For folks who live in Scarborough and self identify having lived experience with mental illness and/or addiction

About the Instructor
Serene is a Chinese-Canadian creative and an expert daydreamer, who utilizes her passion in storytelling to produce digital and traditional imagery that provokes child-like wonder and captures nostalgia. Her work draws on her interest in mental health, East Asian history and mythology, and all things fantasy. Serene has worked as a freelance traditional painter and digital illustrator for 6 years, supporting other independent musicians, writers, and artists. She strives to create awareness in the beauty of Asian cultures and otherwise marginalized communities. Alongside her art, Serene's versatile background includes her highly-proficient academic education in business and years of entrepreneurial experience exemplified in three of her start-up businesses. @sereneillustrations

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