Runs from Monday February 14 2022 to Monday March 7 2022

Approximate running time: 2 hours


Toronto ON M6K 2B2


× Instructor: Angela Walcott
Feb.14, 21,28,March 7,14
Mondays 11am-1pm

**North York Residents will be prioratized. Wondering what to do with all of your cardboard, paper and plastic? think twice before sorting them in your recycle bin and consider using them in your art. In this 5 week session participants will transform found objects into one of a kind art pieces while reducing waste. Learn how to create unique design patterns for everyday items like clothing, bags, cushions and more.

Who can register: BIPOC subject matter during African Heritage Month. All are welcome who self identify having lived experience with mental illness and/or addiction

About the Instructor
Angela Walcott is a multi-disciplinary artist. Her Interests include sustainability; recycling and upcycling practices as well as the use of found objects as a means of reducing waste. She is passionate about the arts and eager to explore via different media. Integrating clay, textiles, photography and embroidery into her stories as well as typography and text-based poetry. Her work has been showcased at YYZ and Project Gallery. She has facilitated courses with Toronto Public Library and Project Humanity. Angela will be an artist-in-residence with Culture Days for 2022.

Instagram: @artistwritermaker

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