Exhibitions

Introduction to Textile Art Collage Workshop with Apanaki Temitayo

Piece Together Your Story

Date

March 28 - 3, 2021

Time

2:00PM - 4:00PM

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In this Textile Art Collage workshop, participants will explore techniques in shapes, colour and texture in collage. This program will be participant-driven and will be wellness-focused in exploring themes of mood and sense of self with the use of abstract collage techniques using African fabrics on canvas.

See below for materials that will be mailed directly to participants:

  • 8“ x 10” canvas
  • African Textiles – 3 colours (1 ½ yd each) 
  • Scissors
  • Clear art glue

Register by March 23 to get your supplies. Spots are limited, make sure you sign up today!


About Apanaki Temitayo

Apanaki Temitayo M. was born in Toronto and raised in Trinidad and Tobago, she is an author, spoken word poet, actor, multimedia artist and teacher. She is currently the Artist-In- Wellness for CAMH. Workman Arts Artist-In-Residence for 2017-2018. As part of Workman Arts and CAMH, she teaches art to participants with mental health and drug addiction. She has had pieces featured at Workman Arts, Being Scene 16th Annual Juried Exhibition at the Gladstone Hotel and The Rendezvous With Madness Film Festival and Nuit Blanche in 2015. Apanaki has also presented her work in South Carolina and New York.

Femme de Fleur is a celebration of melanated beauty, strength and grace in women – literally the goddess in feminine energy. We’ll be showcasing pieces of this collection at Harbourfront Centre in our new outdoor exhibit: Where She Went, We Thrived.

About Where She Went, We Thrived

Where She Went, We Thrived explores the magic and tenacity of Black womanhood. They have shaped the world we know today, and this exhibit pays tribute to the tools, strategies and traditions our ancestors wielded for their survival—enabling future generations to succeed. 

Presented in partnership with Harbourfront Centre, three contemporary artists, Apanaki Temitayo M, Christine Nnawuchi, and Yasin Osman, examine the contributions of Black women in our communities through the dynamic presentation of textile, porcelain ceramics and photography.

This exhibition is outdoors, and part of Kuumba: Harbourfront Centre annual Black History Month Exhibit. The work will be on display until April 11, 2021 at 235 Queens Quay East.

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