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Winter Stations Pop-Up: SEE - Photography on the Beach

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Winter Stations Art Pop-Ups: SEE - Photography on the Beach

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  • Winter Stations Art Pop-Ups
  • Sundays, February 23 – March 22 | 1-4pm
  • 1961 Queen St E (the former Whitlocks Restaurant)
  • Cost: FREE

You’re invited to experience Winter Stations in a new and fun way this year! Join The Beach Village BIA, East End Arts, Councillor Brad Bradford's Office & Winter Stations for some unique Art Pop-Ups that invite community members to further explore this year’s Winter Stations theme, ‘Beyond the Five Senses’! From a guided photography workshop on the beach, to the creation of a “Beach Bath” using botanicals foraged from the shores of Lake Ontario, come delve into your senses and creativity with five uniquely-themed art workshops! Join us for:

  • “SEE” – February 23, 1-4pm, Photography on the Beach with Diana Nazareth
  • “TASTE” – March 1, 1-4pm, Drag, Food & Aesthetics Workshop with Mikiki
  • “SMELL” – March 8, 1-4pm, Beach Bath & Wild Foraging Workshop with North Shore Apothecary
  • “HEAR” – March 15, 1-4pm, Local Live Music Performance with Artery Collective
  • “TOUCH” – March 22, 1-4pm, Felt Sculpture Workshop with Wendy Anderson

Winter Stations Pop-Up: SEE - Photography on the Beach

Photographer and educator Diana Nazareth will lead participants in learning the proper operation of a camera, (either their own or for those who book early one will be provided). Come join us for a guided walk through the Winter Stations installations themselves, get useful tips on how to “get your shot”, and then print your photos to help us create a community collage to be displayed at the pop-up for the duration of the Winter Stations season!

Artist: Diana Nazareth – Toronto Family Photographer

Diana Nazareth is a certified teaching artist, professional photographer and founder of Project Kids & Cameras. She has facilitated workshops to over 1000 participants of all ages in schools, community art centres, and libraries throughout the GTA. Her programs are informed by an extensive study of key progressive methods such a Literacy Through Photography, PhotoVoice and Visual Thinking Strategies. She designs fun and experiential photography programs that challenge participants to develop a higher level of thinking through individual creative approach, closer observation, discussion, reflection and collaboration.

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