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Family Program: Balancing Act with Suzanne Presinal

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For this family program, we invite children of all ages to join us for a session in balance, whimsy, laughter and fun.

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For this family program we invite children of all ages to join us for a session in balance, whimsy, laughter and fun. Can we balance stuffies with LEGO, a fork with a bowl, then put it all in a kid-made box? Are you up for a challenge? While the kids work with balancing household objects and toys in new ways, parent-collaborators get to film using a stop motion animation app to document these tippy and precarious sculptures! From our workshop space to your living rooms, let’s take some time to adventure and play together.

A free stop motion app can be downloaded for phone or tablet prior to the workshop at the following links:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.cateater.stopmotionstudio

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/stop-motion-studio/id441651297

This workshop will happen on Zoom. A list of suggested materials to gather around the house will be sent to participants upon registration.

Image: Installation view of Samuel Roy-Bois' Untitled (artificial tree and panties), 2019. Photo by SITE Photography. Courtesy of Kamloops Art Gallery.

Prior to Registering for this program or event, please read Esker Foundation’s Media Release Agreement:

https://eskerfoundation.com/assets/Esker-Media-Release-Agreement-August-2020.docx.pdf

Esker Foundation at times records programs and events for the purposes of archive and promotion. By participating in a program or event at Esker Foundation you consent to having Recordings (images, photographs, videos, audio recordings or other media) taken of you/your dependent(s). Participants will be notified when Recordings will be taken. Esker Foundation will not use these Recordings for commercial purposes.

Respect and Inclusion

By registering for this Program you agree to co-create, in collaboration with Esker Staff, Artists and Volunteers, an atmosphere of mutual inclusion and respect for all persons. This includes speaking, acting and behaving in a way that is absent of violence, harassment, racism, intimidation, bullying or discrimination of any kind regardless of, and not limited to gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, culture, age and ability. This includes in online/digital forums.

Should you require any support, or have any questions, please reach out to Parisa Radmanesh at: pradmanesh@eskerfoundation.com

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