Facilitated by D GILLIAN TURNER
As part of the Hold Being Held convergent program and exhibition, artist Gillian Turner, has engaged the community in her project Water and Shelter through community engagement art making of paper clay houses. As an artist she is interested in “Community supporting community, sharing the wish for clean water and safe secure shelter access for all earth’s people. Participants will have opportunity to explore what makes a house a home. If given choice, what materials would you use to build your home? Would it be big? Small? Tiny? What would be your favourite room?”
This event is the final Tiny Homes workshop opportunity to be offered during the convergent program. The community is invited to join in on Wednesday, August 14 between 3 –7pm on the CVAG plaza. The event is concurrent with the Downtown Courtenay Evening Market.
All ages are welcome and no previous clay making experience is needed.
CVAG promotes a zero-barrier approach to participation in community events. Admission is free. Donations are gratefully accepted to support the presentation of this program and the associated costs of materials and processes.