Facilitated by Barb Danielewski
Date: Thursday May 3
4pm - 6pm (2 hours)
Agnes Etherington Art Centre,
36 University Ave,
Kingston, ON K7L 3J9
***This workshop is eligible for a Certification in the Arts & Culture Specialist High Skills Major Program***
This 2 hour long workshop will explore the history of protest through poster-making and screenprinting. The first portion of this workshop will be Protest Art Foundations: A fast-paced, participant-led exploration of protest art from activists in North America over the last fifty years. Informed by history, participants will develop a message and create protest signs or posters. Whether you've marched with dozens of signs or are wondering how to make your first, this workshop is for you. The theme of the second portion will be Starting Conversations with Screenprinting. Participants will screenprint a patch or t-shirt with a powerful, personalized message. Get creative, speak your mind, and express your style! A chill zone with paintbrushes allows further freestyle expression on t-shirts.
Barb Danielewski is deeply committed to building relationships with art, advocacy, and resistance. She delivers equity and inclusion screenprinting programs as a LDSB Artist in Residence, through the City of Kingston Artist Roster, for youth programs across the city. Her work promoting and co-facilitating train the trainer workshops in arts-based experiential education with Partners for Youth Empowerment International has positioned her as a leader in the development of the arts education sector in Kingston.