Pointe-Saint-Charles Art School offers a variety of workshops for students of all levels and walks of life.
Images, Words, and the Creative Process, for Everyone
Extend your community network each Wednesday morning this fall by joining our group for artistic expression and friendly discussion. Participants will explore visual communication using journaling, printmaking, drawing, and collage techniques, and turn a memory into a 6-12 frame illustrated story. The class is free, and art materials, coffee, and tea are provided.
Wednesdays from 10 am – 12 pm
September 16 to December 16
Please register with your name and contact information: 514-935-7107 or email@example.com
Instructor: Kristina Urquhart
Alternative Photography Workshops
Spend your Sundays this fall discovering the experimental world of alternative photography processes that don’t even require a camera. Register for just one or register for all 4 workshops.
No experience necessary. All materials provided. Maximum of 6 participants for each workshop.
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Suggested donation: $10
Instructor: Colleen Leonard
Sunday, October 13, 2019 – 12-2pm: $10
Learn one of the earliest photographic processes and create Prussian blue cyanotypes in this hands-on workshop. Cyanotype is a simple and non-toxic printing process that can be used on paper or fabric. This hands-on workshop covers exposing, and developing techniques
Sunday, October 20, 2019 – 12-2pm: $10
Lumen printing is a cameraless, experimental image-making technique that explores light, sun, time and traditional photo paper. This alchemical and creative process opens up a unique colour palette, as well as the potential for continuous experimentation and exploration. Participants will learn how to expose and develop their own lumen prints..
Sunday, November 3, 2019 – 12-2pm: $10
This workshop is perfect for anyone with an interest in the darkroom, photography and art in general! No experience necessary! A photogram is a cameraless photographic process, using light sensitive paper, a light source and developing chemicals, It’s an instant process making it perfect for gaining an understanding of how important light is to photography.
Sunday, November 17, 2019 – 12-2pm: $10
With a pinhole camera we go in the opposite direction of the constantly evolving digital cameras, pushing you to engage your imagination even more through the photographic process. You will see how easy it is to build your own 35mm film camera using everyday objects, and through this process get a deeper understanding of how a camera works.
Learn the secrets of turning two dimensions into three. Classical and contemporary ways of dealing with perspective will enable you to make your drawings and paintings more accurate and dynamic!
Time and dates to be announced. Please call or email if you are interested.
Instructor: Eberhard Froehlich