Artistic & cultural Workshops

FRIDAY

Friday, September 14th

Time Workshop
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Lantern Workshop Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts (9225–118 Ave)
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Live Mural

Saturday, September 15th

Time Workshop
Noon – 6:00 PM Papermaking Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts (9225–118 Ave)
Noon – 6:00 PM Craft Demos & Workshops Takwakin Village (92 St & 118 Ave – Arts Common Grassy Space)
Noon – 6:00 PM Chalk It Up Workshops 93 St & 118 Ave (side street)
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM The commUNITY Mural 92 St & 118 Ave (By Bleeding Heart Art Space)
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Hula Hoop Workshops 94 St & 118 Ave (side street)

Sunday, September 16th

Time Workshop
Noon – 6:00 PM Craft Demos & Workshops Takwakin Village (92 St & 118 Ave – Arts Common Grassy Space)
Noon – 6:00 PM Papermaking Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts (9225–118 Ave)
Noon – 6:00 PM Chalk It Up Workshops 93 St & 118 Ave (side street)
1:00 PM – 4:00 PM The commUNITY Mural 92 St & 118 Ave (By Bleeding Heart Art Space)
1:00 PM – 5:00 PM Hula Hoop Workshops 94 St & 118 Ave (side street)

Workshop Descriptions

Lantern Workshop

Help us fill the street with light and colour for the annual Kaleido Family Arts Festival by attending the lantern making workshop at the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts and create your own unique lantern.

Paper Making

Artist Julie Drew will teach you how to create your own beautiful handmade paper using century old techniques.

Indigenous Métis, Inuit Craft Demos & Workshops

Explore the fascinating Indigenous, Inuit, and Métis arts. Everyone welcome! Bannock will be served Saturday and Sunday. 

Chalk It Up Workshops

Join chalk artists: Trina Lewis and Ayla Krangnes in the chalk creation and fun. Fill the Ave with your creative genius! Sidewalk chalk provided.

Hoola Hoola Hoop Workshops

Hoola Hoops will fill the Ave along with the opportunity to learn Hoola Hooping, young or old – with Nina “Infinity” Wosar. Come have a hoola good time!

The commUNITY Mural

Students from Eastglen and Highlands School invite the patrons of the Kaleido festival to join them in creating a collaborative and interactive mural. The artwork that is being created is based on the concept of the community being visually represented as a circle. This project was inspired by the concentric circles found in the art of both Wassily Kandinsky and Chuck Close. The mural will double as a photo wall for people to capture their experience at the festival.

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