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Weekends in the Studio! Dream Sandwiches with Sabrina Muscat and Allysa Batin

DATE: Sundays in March 2024
TIME: 1pm- 4pm
LOCATION: 2nd floor, Education Studio
COST: Free with regular gallery admission and free for AWE members

Inspired by Nancy Deleary’s work For Uncle Art (2023), create your own Dream Sandwich! Nancy was inspired to draw a sandwich for the exhibition Nii after hearing stories from her uncle who went to the Mohawk Residential School. His name was Arthur Shilling, who became a successful artist. AWE even has some of his work in our permanent collection!

If you could build your dream sandwich, what ingredients would you add? Inspired by Nancy Deleary’s sandwich, use a variety of art-making materials to build your dream sandwich! Do your ingredients remind you of any memories?

Nancy Deleary is an artist from the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation. She is inspired by the artists in her family. Nancy currently works as the Culture Coordinator for the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation, where she shares her skills and knowledge with her community. In 2012, Nancy received an eagle feather, a special honour, to recognize the important work that she is doing.

Weekends in the Studio is supported by Anne Safranyos and Family.

Meet Allysa Batin

Allysa Batin is a freelance illustrator and University of Windsor undergraduate. She enjoys crafting vibrant and whimsical characters while advocating for themes of love and acceptance through her art. Her favourite pastimes include hosting Dungeons & Dragons and taking pictures of her dog.

Meet Sabrina Muscat

Sabrina Muscat is a Second Year Bachelor of Visual Arts student at the University of Windsor. She specializes in painting and textiles. Some of her pass-times include reading, cycling, crocheting, embroidery, and thrifting.

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