MIXED MEDIA ADVENTURES FOR KIDS! | WITH EMMI BOYLE
January 7, 2024 @ 10:00 am - February 11, 2024 @ 12:00 pmCAD$180.00
MIXED-MEDIA ADVENTURES FOR KIDS!
with Emmi Boyle | 6-week Media Collage SUNDAY Series
January 7, 14, 21, 28, February 4, 11, 2024
10 am – 12 pm
Ages 6-12 | Max 12
$180 for all 6 weeks, no hst
Guelph artist EMMI BOYLE brings her love for mixing-it-up with materials and hi-5 kid-energy to the Elora Centre for the Arts this winter for 6 weeks of massive imagin-ating in our MIXED MEDIA SUNDAY ADVENTURE collage series!
Let your junior artist loose with Emmi to explore Magical Printed Forests, Clare Young-inspired Animal Collages, architectural Cardboard Cities, Collaged Star Garlands, and experiment with Stamp-Printing Fabric!
All materials provided.
Emmi Boyle (She/They)
Emmi is a recent graduate from the University of Guelph, studying Studio Art and Ecology. She has experimented with many mediums of art and is constantly trying new things. Some mediums they have grown especially fond of include textiles, print making, bookbinding, and experimental media. While Emmi is a creative, their heart belongs to the Earth. She spends a lot of time outside connecting with nature and drawing inspiration from all around. She loves to learn from both nature and others, and enjoys sharing her knowledge with others as well. Guelph has been their home for many years, and they have been working with and teaching youth in the city for 8 years.
IF YOU CANCEL
Cancellations up to 14 days prior to start date will receive a full refund, less a $25 administrative fee. No refund of fees will apply to cancellations within 14 days of start date. Fees may be applied/credited to an alternate workshop depending on availability.
IF WE CANCEL
To help ensure the course you’re interested in runs, we suggest you register no less than two weeks in advance. In the event of insufficient registrations ECFTA reserves the right to cancel workshops. You would be eligible for a full refund of fees, or credit for a future workshop, pending availability.