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YEP- Paint Date with Mom: A Mother's Day Celebration

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Arts Commons: The HUB

205 8 Avenue Southeast

Calgary, AB T2G 0K9

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YEP- Paint Date with Mom: A Mother's Day Celebration

The Paint Date with Mom YEP event is a Mother’s Day offering for our participants to honour their Moms by engaging in a 2-hour painting session. They will be mentored by 2 artists whose passion for visual arts is in the expression of colours and beautiful canvasses in the field of painting. The participants will have fun with their mothers as they share moments of love and affection that would radiate from their hearts.

***NOTE: This workshop is designed to be a Mother and child activity but attendees without their Mothers present are also welcome to attend and make a painting for their mother.

Mentor: Quay Evano

Quay Evano is a multi-talented artist. He is a painter, photographer, writer, musician, and dancer/choreographer.

Quay has several professions in Canada. He is a Multi-media Journalist for The Filipino Channel's Balitang America news program, a photographer for a studio in downtown Calgary, and plays bass for several bands in thecity including Reijo, Envy, U2Station, Blind Box, The Blind Dogs and Kalayaan Band. He is also a volunteer writer for Mabuhay Newspaper.

Quay graduated with a Bachelor's degree from the University of the Philippines College of Fine Arts and is a thesis-away from finishing his Master of Fine Arts degree. He also finished a Certificate in Essentials of Piping Drafting Theory. He is currently taking up further studies at the University of Calgary.

Quay is married with two children.

Mentor: Jenn Aguilar


Jenn Aguilar, is a graphic designer, scrapbooker and local artist. She went viral in 2016, for her hand drawn
lunch bags on instagram @lunchbagadventures for her sons. She has continued her passion for art by teaching
a Modern Masters class through Tuxedo Park Community, bringing the original artists within reach to children
with additional classes being taught throughout Calgary in the fall.


Her Lunch Bags became international when she was published on Huffington Post, Mashable, Fox News
Seattle and was even published in Smart Parenting in the Philippines.

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Arts Commons: The HUB

205 8 Avenue Southeast

Calgary, AB T2G 0K9

Canada

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