Aug 11 '22
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Students will learn to translate the principles of traditional drawing and painting into the language of digital media using an iPad with Apple Pencil and the Procreate app.
Transform your drawings into digital works of art! Bring your own tablet, or use the WAG’s in our new Digital Media Lab!
Students are required to bring a USB stick to each class to store their projects (8GB recommended)
To help ensure the comfort and safety of all students and instructors, masks or face coverings are mandatory while in classrooms, and proof of vaccination is required for students ages 12+. You can read more about our safety measures here.
Natalie 麥月明 is an artist and zinester with a Bachelor of Design from OCAD University.
Natalie often explores labour, desire, trauma, race, apologies, and how they present themselves in our everyday lives. They draw from lived experiences and the knowledge shared between friends, family, and community. Natalie is building a practice that centres friendship, love, and revolutionary imagination. They believe that taking care of each other, loving openly, and learning our histories (and their relationship to larger power structures) can help us survive together.
Their work ranges from illustration, public programming, publications, and installation. They have co-created an installation at Pride Toronto’s street fair, facilitated workshops, and curated BIPOC centred arts events. They have been experimenting with tiny narrative games and regularly make zines about their feelings. Natalie recently won a Broken Pencil zine award for their perzine-fanzine graphic medicine manifesto as well as created a video work for Reel Asian International Film Festival.