2156 Windsor Street
This workshop is an exploration of how art and music go hand in hand. How does music evoke emotion and memory and how does it translate into visual art? Our time will consist of a variety of drawing activities centered around music, reflective writing and group discussion, and a brief lesson on the social and historical conext of "drawing to music." No previous experience in art or music required.
Bring one of the following:
An open mind, friendship, and gratitude
If you are musical, feel free to bring along an instrument to improvise with. This can make the evening even more special.
Sketchbook or drawing paper, materials
About the teacher, Aislin
Aislin Mac Donald is a visual artist whose work is concentrated on the exploration of space and the connections between art and music. She mainly works in drawing, painting and sound art. Aislin is also an accomplished musician and loves to compose music on the guitar. For her job, Aislin teaches private drawing and painting classes. She is in love with teaching and the energy it gives her. She recently graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Mount Allison University. Currently, Aislin is in the process of selecting a school to pursue her Master of Architecture. She dreams of becoming an architect and Fine Arts professor.Join