Art Workshop: Hidden Forest
Workshop: Installation Art Workshop: Hidden Forest (Part I and Part II)
Central Branch of Kingston Frontenac Public Library on Johnson Street
Kennedy Room, 2nd Floor
Part 1: Monday May 2: 4:00pm-5:30pm
Part 2: Wednesday May 3: 4:00pm-5:30pm
No Experience Required
Please wear clothes that you don't mind getting paint on or bring a smock
Hidden Forests: What things get lost in a forest? And what strange creatures might it inhabit? Take part in a collaborative, large-scale installation work on the theme of Hidden Forests. Using simple materials like cardboard, paper and paint, participants will create a dynamic Forest by working together.
Taking place 2 sessions, participants can choose to attend the first workshops and "Start" the piece, or attend the second, and assist the work in its final completion.
Phoebe Cohoe and Katharine Vingo-Cram
Phoebe Cohoe is a Kingston-based printmaker and installation artist who received her BFA and B.Ed from Queen’s University. Her current work is primarily in woodcut prints. Phoebe’s work focuses on bright and imaginative designs,often reflective of nature, highlighted by a playful use of colour.
Katharine Vingoe-Cram is a Kingston-based visual artist and arts worker. She holds a BFA in Fine Arts and a Masters in Art History from Queen's University. She maintains a painting and drawing practice, while also working collaboratively on multidisciplinary projects with NOANDNO, a two person collective with artist/scholar Gabriel Cheung.