Workshops

We designed a half day workshop aimed at facilitating participation to our project.

workshops in North Vancouver

In this  workshop we will:

  • Introduce participants to a few fun and easy drawing techniques to make drawing accessible and less intimidating.
  • Help participants with the storytelling aspect of the project through a few exercises
  • Assist participants with the technical part of their participation in the project : taking pictures, or scanning their drawing, filling out the form online.

We can schedule the workshop on weekends in the Vancouver area. Contact us if you would like us to travel somewhere else.

The workshop lasts for 3-4 hours with 1 or 2  15 minutes breaks.

We charge $300 per workshop for a group of 5 -15 people with instructors Sandrine Pelissier and Sophie Babeanu.

Instructors profiles

Sandrine Pelissier

Sandrine is a North Vancouver based visual artist.

Her work has been collected and exhibited extensively in Canada and internationally. She is also part of the Art Rentals and sales program of the Vancouver Art Gallery.

Many of her paintings have been published in Art books and magazines (Artist Magazine, Watercolor Artist Magazine, Acrylic Magazine, International Artist Magazine). She is working on her second book with North Light/F+W Books. She already published a watercolor instruction book: Fearless Watercolor for beginners, adventurous painting techniques to get you started.

She is an active member in her community, as a co-founder of the North Shore Art crawl, a co-founder of a weekly life drawing group, a board member of the North Vancouver Arts Council, and  has been invited as a juror for public art, art grants and juried exhibitions.

She has taught numerous classes in her studio and for various organizations and she is also teaching to students from all other the world through her blog: paintingdemos.com

 

Sophie Babeanu

 Sophie is a certified Expressive Arts Therapist graduated from  Langara College in Vancouver. She is also a member of the International Expressive Arts Therapy Assocation (IEATA).

She has hundreds of hours of practice with children, seniors and adults from all walks of life.