Culture Vulture From Home: Textured Readings: Experimenting with Charcoal Rubbings (1/15/2021 15:00 - 23:59)

Activity goes live on on our Culture Vulture From Home YouTube Channel January 15 at 3pm MST!

Join us as we learn the technique that artist Alana Bartol used to create artwork for her upcoming uLethbridge Art Gallery exhibition “Processes of Remediation: art, relationships, nature”. Create images from charcoal rubbings using surfaces in everyday environments and “invisible” drawings using milk.

Supplies You’ll Need:

For Rubbings:

– paper
– charcoal
– your favourite drawing tool (crayons, colour pencils, pencil, oil pastels)

For Invisible Drawings:

– paper
– milk
– paintbrush
– charcoal

Visit the artist’s blog at Share your artwork on social media using #invisibleimpact.

Funded by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Calgary Arts Development, the Department of Canadian Heritage, and the Canada Council for the Arts.