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Thursday, February 27 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Pointillism: Turning Dots Into A Painting [*PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED*] FULL - JOIN WAITLIST

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If you like dots and want to teach your students optical colour mixing, this is a perfect workshop for you! Using tempera paint, acrylics and watercolours, you will complete 2 art projects that are fun and a great learning tool for your students. We will follow the footsteps of Georges Seurat, the great pointillism master! Excellent for teachers of grades 4 - 12. The level of difficulty can be adjusted according to the grade level taught. You will be provided with a set of handouts and a PowerPoint presentation that can be used directly in your art classrooms. All supplies provided by instructor. $15 registration fee.

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avatar for Bogdan Konikowski

Bogdan Konikowski

director, ARTIZA
Bogdan- Koral Konikowski is an artist – educator from Edmonton, Alberta. He received his formal fine arts education in Poland. Since then, Bogdan has painted many exquisite paintings. Among his commissioned works are the life-size portraits of the late Honourable Lois E. Hole, former... Read More →


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