Art Windsor-Essex respectfully acknowledges that we are located on Anishinaabe Territory – the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy of First Nations, comprised of the Ojibway, the Odawa, and the Potawatomi. Today the Anishinaabe of the Three Fires Confederacy are represented by Bkejwanong. We want to state our respect for the ancestral and ongoing authority of Walpole Island First Nation over its Territory.
Weekends in the Studio! Newspaper Flowers with Talysha Bujold-Abu
DATES: Sunday, October 22
TIME: 1pm- 4pm
LOCATION: 2nd floor, Education Studio
- Drop-in to this family-friendly workshop between 1-4pm on Saturdays. No registration required.
- This program is free with gallery admission.
- This program is great for families and is open to all. All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
- Questions? Please contact Sophie Hinch, Education and Public Programs Coordinator at email@example.com
Mary Ann Shadd was an educator, publisher, and the first Black woman in North America to publish and edit a newspaper, The Provincial Freeman. Inspired by Shadd’s history, Paper & Play looks to celebrate the newspaper as both a material and tool for community connection and communication.
It may be Fall, but we are looking for Spring! In this easy drop-in workshop participants will create a mini-bouquet of flowers made from newspaper, there are many techniques to explore and many more to create through exploration – perhaps it’s time to stop and smell the roses? Come hangout!
Meet the Artist: Talysha Bujold-Abu
Talysha Bujold-Abu (she/her) is an illustrator, administrator, and writer – she holds a Masters of Fine Arts (MFA) from the University of Windsor (2018) and is recipient of the Conundrum Press Mini-Comic Bursary for Black and Indigenous Creators (2021). Residencies include: New Zealand Pacific Studio (2016), ArtsPond (2020-2021), Pelee Quarry – Stone & Sky Artists Residency (2020-2021), and Struts Gallery (2022).