JUNE 14, 2014 1pm – 3pm Kitsilano Community Centre | 2690 Larch Street FREE | No registration required
Work in wax crayons and India ink to create crayon etchings! This technique explores the properties of waxy crayons and the process of scratching to create interesting images, patterns, and shapes.
Participants of all ages and experience are welcome.
Janice Wu is a visual artist and freelance illustrator based in Vancouver. She graduated from Emily Carr University of Art + Design in the spring of 2013. Working primarily in pencil and gouache on paper, her watercolor drawings address material culture and the everyday. She has done commissioned illustrations for The New York Times, Fortune Magazine, The Walrus Magazine and the Canada Post. Her drawings have exhibited in several group exhibitions across Canada, including Monomania II at Trench Contemporary Art Gallery. Wu had her first solo exhibition in March 2014 at the Burnaby Art Gallery’s Offsite.
Founded as part of a grassroots movement to provide public recreation while commemorating those who lost their lives in the Second World War, Kitsilano War Memorial Community Centre features a fitness centre, ice rink, gymnasium, dance studio, youth lounge, and seniors lounge. Specialty programs include a licensed preschool, special needs youth activities, and personal training.
For more information: Kitsilano Community Centre Website | 604.257.6976