Presented by The Assembly Hall
December 06 - December 06, 2020 1:00 - 4:00 pm
The Assembly Hall
1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
This event is Accessible.
Learn more about indigenous histories and stories with workshops by community leader and artist – Jennifer Town. This workshop offers the opportunity to create a traditional handmade artwork and learn Ojibwa teachings, narratives and traditions.
Leather is a timeless material. Tooling leather is the process of cutting into the leather to create shapes and designs by using carving tools (metal stamps cast into distinct shapes), lines, grooves and patterns, are pressed, stamped and punched into the leather. In this workshop you will design and dye a personalized bracelet or bookmark to create a work that will last a lifetime.
Date & Time: Sunday, December 6, 1 – 4 p.m.
Registration: Register online at efun.toronto.ca using barcode #3615750 or call 416-338-7255
Fee: $40/day, materials included