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LIFE DRAWING IN GALLERIES INTENSIVE 2
Life Drawing in the Galleries Intensive
Tuesday August 2 - 5, 2 PM - 5 PM
Members $220 | Public $285
Instructor: Aleks Bartosik

Discover the human form through observation and drawing, surrounded and inspired by master works in the AGO collection. This four week workshop focuses on an intuitive approach to life drawing through integration of perceptual and technical skills. Recognize bone, gesture, muscle, and skin. Professional life models will utilize a variety of poses. Through a combination of guided drawing practices, students will learn to draw with greater confidence and ease. Students are responsible for the purchase of their own materials. A material list will be provided on the first day of class. Students are asked to print out a copy of their receipt and meet your instructor in the Weston Family Learning Centre Young Education Commons.

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ADULT WEDNESDAY - Session 2 - 4 Weeks AM
NEW City Explorations: The Ward
Wednesday , August 3 - 24, 10:30AM - 1 PM (4 weeks)
Members $170 | Public $225
Instructor: Bogdan Luca

NEW City Explorations: The Ward Inspired by Lawren Harris' early paintings from the 1910s, many of which depict the complex and culturally diverse Ward neighbourhood in Toronto, where the artist spent his formative years, students will work in and around the area surrounding Toronto's Nathan Philips Square and City Hall. Building from the plein-air tradition, a style of painting in the outdoors with a strong sense of the open air, students will learn new observational techniques for sketching and painting architecture as we discover and discuss remnants of historical details found amongst this very unique city neighbourhood. A visit to the exhibition, The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris, is strongly reccomended.

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ADULT WEDNESDAY - Session 2 - 4 Weeks PM
NEW City Explorations: The Ward
Wednesday , August 3 - 24, 2 PM - 4:30 PM (4 weeks)
Members $170 | Public $225
Instructor: Bogdan Luca

NEW City Explorations: The Ward Inspired by Lawren Harris' early paintings from the 1910s, many of which depict the complex and culturally diverse Ward neighbourhood in Toronto, where the artist spent his formative years, students will work in and around the area surrounding Toronto's Nathan Philips Square and City Hall. Building from the plein-air tradition, a style of painting in the outdoors with a strong sense of the open air, students will learn new observational techniques for sketching and painting architecture as we discover and discuss remnants of historical details found amongst this very unique city neighbourhood. A visit to the exhibition, The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris, is strongly reccomended.

PRICING INCLUDES HST

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ADULT THURSDAY - Session 2 - 4 weeks
ADULT THURSDAY - 4 Week Courses: August 4 - 25, 2016

7PM-10PM
- Intro to Everything
- Watercolour Explorations

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COMIC JAM
NEW Comic Jam - all ages
Saturday , August 20, 1 PM - 5 PM
Instructor: Fiona Smyth
Members $5 | Public $5

NEW Comic Jam - all ages Join us for a comic jam led by our instructor comic artists in our adult and children's studio. Get expert tips and skills for narrating a short story, and build that story together with your friends and family. Or learn how to make an experimental comic using wild colours or characters sourced from your unique imagination. All wacky concepts welcome! Paper and pencils provided. Or bring your own super-powered felt-tip pen.


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HOUSE MUSIC LISTENING 1
Art & Ideas: History of House
Wednesday, August 24. 7-9 pm
Members $10 | Public $15

House music is an international genre of dance music that originated in the early 1980s. But House is more than a style of popular music: it is also a spirituality and a philosophy. Electronic equipment allowed House to take 1970s Funk and Disco and expand it to new emotional terrain. Using sampling techniques, House was a way of narrating cultural histories. The goal was to create a unique vibe inside the nightclub. This transcendent sense of togetherness is what we call "House".
Students will have an opportunity to hear a broad sampling of music accompanied by group discussion facilitated by Toronto-based artist and curator, Luis Jacob. Using painting, video, installation and photography, as well as actions in the public sphere, Luis Jacob's work invites a collision of meanings that destabilizes conventions of viewing, and opens possibilities for the creation of knowledge. Jacob has achieved an international reputation, with his work exhibited at the Taipei Biennial 2012; Generali Foundation, Vienna (2011); Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (2010); The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery (2008); and Documenta12, Kassel (2007).
This workshop is inspired by a new exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist Theaster Gates. Taking over the fifth floor of the AGO's Contemporary Tower, Gates presents How to Build a House Museum (LINK TO EXHIBITION PAGE), a wide-ranging and experimental interrogation of the house museum - its legacy as monument, as historical narrative, as racial achievement and as a site of freedom. Organized as a series of symbolic houses dedicated to George Black, W. E. B. Du Bois, Frankie Knuckles and Muddy Waters, among others, the exhibition uses music, dance, signage, video, artworks and archival documents - many related to the Black and queer experience - to explore how and what museums communicate.

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HOUSE MUSIC LISTENING 2
Art & Ideas: History of House
Wednesday, September 14. 7-9pm
Members $10 | Public $15

House music is an international genre of dance music that originated in the early 1980s. But House is more than a style of popular music: it is also a spirituality and a philosophy. Electronic equipment allowed House to take 1970s Funk and Disco and expand it to new emotional terrain. Using sampling techniques, House was a way of narrating cultural histories. The goal was to create a unique vibe inside the nightclub. This transcendent sense of togetherness is what we call "House".
Students will have an opportunity to hear a broad sampling of music accompanied by group discussion facilitated by Toronto-based artist and curator, Luis Jacob. Using painting, video, installation and photography, as well as actions in the public sphere, Luis Jacob's work invites a collision of meanings that destabilizes conventions of viewing, and opens possibilities for the creation of knowledge. Jacob has achieved an international reputation, with his work exhibited at the Taipei Biennial 2012; Generali Foundation, Vienna (2011); Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York (2010); The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery (2008); and Documenta12, Kassel (2007).
This workshop is inspired by a new exhibition by internationally acclaimed artist Theaster Gates. Taking over the fifth floor of the AGO's Contemporary Tower, Gates presents How to Build a House Museum (LINK TO EXHIBITION PAGE), a wide-ranging and experimental interrogation of the house museum - its legacy as monument, as historical narrative, as racial achievement and as a site of freedom. Organized as a series of symbolic houses dedicated to George Black, W. E. B. Du Bois, Frankie Knuckles and Muddy Waters, among others, the exhibition uses music, dance, signage, video, artworks and archival documents - many related to the Black and queer experience - to explore how and what museums communicate.

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