Drawn to Nature at the Banff Public Library: April

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Black and white photo of a painting class in 1951. Painting on easels in a studio.

Black and white photo of a painting class in 1951. Painting on easels in a studio.

Participants of all ages and levels of experience are invited to sketch and draw at Banff Centre’s free ongoing beginner-level drawing workshops. Join esteemed Teaching Artist in Residence Janice Tanton as we explore different materials and techniques for mark making in this facilitated class.  All classes encourage artistic exploration and conversation about the ways in which we interact with the cultural and geological landscapes of Banff National Park. The drawings and sketches produced from these sessions are invited to display in a Community Exhibition at the end of the year. Workshops are provided free of charge, all materials included.

Partners in this series include the Banff Park Museum, Cave and Basin National Historic Site, The Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, and Banff Public Library. Class locations vary so please be sure to check details and register in advance. Please note that these bi-monthly workshops are not progressive and similar beginner skills and techniques will be taught each class.

For more information on Drawn to Nature and FAQ's please click here.

Additional inquiries can be directed to Public Programs at Public_Programs@banffcentre.ca