Toronto Time Travellers
Sat Jul 15 2017
Nathan Phillips Square
100 Queen Street West
Toronto, M5H 2N2
The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery has partnered with the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition to offer six, one-hour Power Kids sessions drawing upon the themes of discovery and reinvention highlighted throughout the exhibition this year. Each workshop will begin with an engaging group discussion and tour inspired by artists in the exhibition, followed by a hands-on art-making activity resulting in a personal response.
In these workshops we will act as fictional time travellers reporting from Toronto’s future landscape! Inventing our own imaginative architecture and cultural scenes, we will design and write postcards describing our observations and adventures in the new city. Then, using watercolour, ink, and collage papers, we will bring our postcards to life and mail them to family and friends across Canada.
This Power Kids program is presented as part of the Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition. Drop-in sessions will take place on Saturday, 15 July and Sunday, 16 July at the following times: 11AM-12PM, 12:30PM-1:30PM and 2PM-3PM.
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Drop-in sessions, no registration required however capacity is limited
Tours and workshops are led by Amanda Foulds, Power Kids Family Programs Coordinator and assisted by Erica Cristobal, Power Kids Teaching Assistant.