Contemporary Art Party

Spring Silkscreen Series Launch: Memory/Acceptance/Consent 

Facilitated by Barb Danielewski

Date: Thursday May 2nd

Time

6:30pm - 8:30pm

Location

Agnes Etherington Studio, Queen's University, Kingston Ontario

Workshop Description

Create colourful t-shirts using screenprints and stencils. In this introduction to contemporary art and printmaking, we’ll ground our creative works with discussions around Memory, Acceptance and Consent. Fun for deep thinkers!

Requirements/Materials Needed

Bring an old white T-shirt you don't mind getting paint on or let us know in the registration form if you will be needing one provided. 

Contest

The theme is: Memory/Acceptance/Consent 

Type a word or phrase that relates to any of these themes and pick a sweet font to make it interesting. Doodle an image or create a pattern that resonates with you on any of these themes. 

A jury will choose a couple of winning designs and you will receive free screen-printed patches AND the chance to print your own image onto a T-shirt on May 2nd. 

Deadline to submit has been extended to April 16th, or bring your idea to the party to turn it into a stencil!  

Barb Danielewski

Barb Danielewski is an underground artist who uses screen-printing, stickers, parties, anti-fashion shows, bicycle bells, radical gifting, and collective meals to create unexpected experiences and challenge the status quo. Barb's experiential screen-printing workshops explore themes such as protest aesthetics, connection, and communication. She is a recipient of the Ontario Arts Council Artist in Community grant, and has been a Limestone District School Board Artist in Residence for four years. She works with Partners for Youth Empowerment Global to deliver arts education training. Her "epidemic613" line of screen-printed neckties, patches, and clothing have appeared in stores from Vancouver to Halifax.


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