Mainframe Workshop: Exploring Collage with Elyse Longair, Nov 26 from 2-4 pm
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On Saturday, November 26th, from 2:00 – 4:00 pm, join Elyse Longair for a hybrid interactive workshop exploring and creating collages!
Participants can attend in person at Eastern Edge or online via zoom. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the zoom link.
Collage can loosely be defined by bringing together and reimagining source material. It is an accessible, playful and FUN medium to create with. Elyse will share her own collage practice and methods with us, hoping to ignite our curiosity and imagination as we create our own collages.
Guests are encouraged to bring material to collage with. This can be done by hand (analog) with materials such as paper, magazines, photographs, fabric, paint, pencils, scissors, Exacto knives and glue. Or digitally on a computer with either photoshop or the free, open-source image editor, Gimp https://www.gimp.org installed.
This workshop is free to attend. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Masks are recommended but not required.
Elyse Longair is an artist, curator and image theorist, currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Screen Cultures and Curatorial Studies at Queen’s University. In 2021, Longair received her MFA from the Interdisciplinary Art Media and Design program at OCAD University. From 2020-2021, she was an RBC Emerging Artist at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery. Longair’s ‘simple image’ theory in collage re-imagines the role of images away from the overt complexity that dominates our world, opening up new possibilities for imagined futures.