Date: Aug 30
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Where: Level 3 Atrium
Come Home Year
All About Icebergs Watercolour Workshop
Icebergs are naturally captivating – they appear on our horizons and shorelines every spring and summer, breathing cold arctic air over the land. Sculpted by wind and ocean, ever changing in shape and colour.
During this engaging afternoon, participants will get to touch iceberg ice collected from the North Atlantic, be inspired by beautiful paintings of icebergs by artist Tara Byran, see historic iceberg photographs, see a lifejacket used on The Titanic, and will create their very own iceberg-inspired watercolour painting using actual iceberg water.
Takeaways also include a memento bottle of iceberg water and a custom postcard set of historic iceberg images from our Archives.
This is a workshop for adults. No painting experience necessary - all skill levels welcome!
Included in the workshop fee:
Cost is $100 per person. Limited spaces! Pre-registration required. To register, please contact Visitor Services at 757-8090. For more information on the workshop schedule and content, please contact Joy Barfoot at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please join us for a presentation by Dr. Leah Lewis, Associate Professor at Memorial University’s Faculty of Education, to learn about her work in art therapy, the therapeutic benefits of art practices, and her current research in this area.
This a free event but tickets are required. Get your ticket online or by calling (709) 757-8090.