These workshops are aimed at students in Grades 6 through 12, with curriculum connections to careers, music, physical movement and more. Students will participate with artists, performers, dancers, puppeteers, musicians, lighting and sound professionals in this not-to-be-missed opportunity to meet the artists and be part of the In Situ 2018 Multi Arts Festival.
Learn about graffiti culture, study the medium and experiment with line, weight, lettering, style and content. Lead by SAS Resident Moises Frank Aka LUVSUMONE, students will be challenged to consider the impact of graffiti as a written and visual medium and to reflect on the cultural and social position of graffiti historically and within a contemporary content.
Find your rhythm while exploring the mystery and joy of rhyme. Learn with SAS Resident and spoken word artist/musician Callahan Connor. Using both written and spoken word mediums students will examine both classic and contemporary examine the nature of rhythm while working with the musical punctuation of rhyme.
This workshop is offered in partnership with Museums Mississauga. It teaches about community-building and links to significant heritage of the area. Highlights include historical profiles, visual art creation, geo-cacheing and letter writing.
Workshop modules pay tribute to the heritage of this space as an ammunitions inspection building and hub for working women of WWII. Highlights include historical reenactments, social dance lessons, propoganda creation, and sound building in assembly-line style.