Updated August 12, 2013
PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH
Creating a Zine
Instructor: Keith Langergraber
Date: Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Time: 6:00 to 9:00 pm
For ages 13 to 18
Join us for a special workshop with artist Keith Langergraber. The evening will being with a tour of the exhibition Theatre of the Exploding Sun led by Langergraber. Following, there will be a hands-on drawing activity, and an exploration of zines, comic books, and storyboards.
So what is a zine? A zine is kind of like a magazine but with a twist. They are usually a non – commercial, non-professional documents. Zines are usually made out of a person’s interest and passion, and are often self-published by the writer, or artist. Typically zines are made using collage techniques and are then photocopied since these are means available to almost everyone. Zines are a great way to explore your passion and creativity, and then to easily share your ideas with your friends.
This workshop is FREE. Space is limited to 15 students so please call the gallery to register. 250-762-2226
Instructor: Niina Teto
Dates & Times: Saturday, October 19, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday, October 20, 1:00 to 4:00 pm
For ages 9 to 13
Create original and appealing cartoon characters by developing an understanding of basic cartoon figure proportions, and improving technical drawing skills. During this workshop students will learn how to add elements to a character to convey personality.
Cost: Members – $60.00 | Non members – $80.00
Other programs for youth at the Kelowna Art Gallery include:
Youth Insights, an exciting opportunity for teens, ages 16-18, to take part in an intensive nine-month art program.