OCT 1, 2016 12pm – 3pm Kitsilano Community Centre | 2690 Larch Street FREE | No registration required
For centuries, shields have shared stories of family histories and person achievement. Join us to learn about the secret symbols and colour codes of medieval shield designs. Come with your creative brain engaged – you’ll be creating a shield designs that tells your story and showcases your unique personality.
This is a drop in workshop and open to people of all ages and abilities. 1 year olds are just as welcome as 100 year olds – and all ages in between. Participants of all ages and experience are welcome.
Raised in Wales in the UK, Katherine Nielsen attended Emily Carr University of Art + Design and graduated with a focus in painting. She lives and works in Vancouver as a mixed media painter. Katherine pushes her materials to their limits in her artwork by pairing unorthodox art materials together, for example, using acrylic paint on glass or a combination of inks and watercolors on recycled fabric.
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