Introduction to Land Art workshop series:
- A series of three weekly workshops totalling 3 hours, on Zoom. Minimum of 5 participants required.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE: A child under sixteen may participate as part of a family team under the supervision of their registered parent. Read on to find out more and register below!
- Attendees learn the basic history, environmental considerations, intentions and disciplines in this art form, gain ideas for creating your own piece, and learn how you can create one in a local Canadian park, beach, or public space, as well as where you can see some examples of this art form in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada.
- You and your “bubble” create a piece at your own pace and time in your backyard, in local parks or on local beaches, and then photograph or video your art piece and upload your recordings to us to be shown in the virtual exhibit space on our website. (Virtual exhibit space costs are included in the workshop price.)
- $125 / person-or-family-team-of-two covers attendance in the entire series (all three workshops) and virtual exhibit costs for participant photos/videos.
Session 1: LandArt rules and constraints; How to approach public spaces; How to make Branch and Twig Land Art;
Session 2: How to make Snow and Sand Land Art
Session 3: How to make Water, Leaf and Stone Land Art
At the end of the series, you will receive information about how to submit your works to our online gallery.
Next series starts on August 8th at 7pm, one approximately 45 minute class per week Sunday evenings with time for Q&A.
You will receive an email with your personal class link within 48 hours of completing your registration.
Buy your ticket(s) using one of the following links, and we will email you the zoom and course information package links.