- Sep 30, 2016 - 11:00 to 12:00
- Waterloo campus Library, Learning Lab (main floor)
Presented by the Laurier Library and Robert Langen Art Gallery in partnership with the City of Waterloo and Culture Days.
Join us for a portrait-painting workshop with prominent local artist Pamela Rojas, presented as part of the City of Waterloo’s We Are Waterloo Portrait Project, which aims to showcase the diversity of faces and talent of Waterloo citizens.
The workshop is taking place as part of Culture Days, an annual Canada-wide celebration of creativity and art-making.
Note: there is an alternate session of this workshop available at 12 p.m. on Sept. 30.
FREE | Art supplies will be provided.
Please RSVP by September 25.
About the artist
Pamela Rojas is a visual artist with more than 18 years experience leading groups in community projects. Using art as a tool for community integration, Rojas helps build communities with the assistance of hundreds of volunteers, newcomers, youth and women. View her work on Facebook.
This event is a presentation of the Library story exchange project. Leveraging the Library’s special role as a pan-university, community-accessible space, the story exchange is a new kind of incubator for storytellers, artists and creative makers in all media, their supporters and fans. Learn more