OCT 1, 2016 10:30am – 2:30pm Trout Lake Community Centre | 3360 Victoria Drive FREE | No registration required
Colours, movement, sounds, and sight! Lead by Brian Lye, the big draw 2016 at Trout Lake Community Centre invites the public to engage in drawing in a playful and sensory way. This free, four-hour event is designed for people of all ages and abilities to come and draw in unconventional ways. Participants will be invited to draw on the floors and the walls of the community centre, they will experiment with drawing to music and sounds, drawing with their non-dominant hand, drawing blind folded, walking while drawing, drawing with pens taped to their limbs, partner drawing, and more.
Participants of all ages and experience are welcome.
BRIAN LYE is a filmmaker and visual artist who lives and works in Vancouver. His award-winning films have screened internationally at film festivals such as Sundance Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, Mecal Film Festival Barcelona, and the Vancouver International Film Festival. Lye has led community digital storytelling projects, hosted drawing events, and taught filmmaking and animation throughout BC. He is entering his final year of a Master of Fine Arts degree at the University of British Columbia. His research interests include play, humour, and the everyday.
Nestled in John Hendry Park is the new Trout Lake Community Centre, a state of the art LEED Gold Facility designed by Walter Francl Architecture Inc. A legacy of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, Trout Lake Community Centre provides a gathering place for community to enjoy recreational activities in a spectacular location.
For more information: Trout Lake Community Centre Website | 604.257.6955