March Break at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery

Two FREE specialized sessions over March Break!

The staff of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery will be holding two FREE specialized sessions over March Break (March 13 & 14) for young adults looking to develop their fine art portfolios for consideration for Studio Art, post-secondary education from 11:00 AM-3:00 PM.

March 13: This session will give you a better idea of what to expect from a college art program, and what colleges are looking for in terms of prospective art students. Enjoy an artist talk offered by successful artist and instructor Kelly Wallace who will talk about his trajectory from student to represented artist, paired with a tour of his current exhibition at JNAAG. Master drawer Kelly Wallace will then facilitate an interactive question and answer session, followed by conceptual drawing exercises.

Details on this session can be found HERE.

March 14: This session will give you a glimpse of what a university fine art program looks like, and what universities are looking for. The day will start with an artist talk, followed by an opportunity to have your portfolio reviewed. Then take part in a roundtable discussion about art making and an interactive question and answer session to prepare you for what’s ahead, and will be great practice for portfolio interviews.

Ages 16-18. Register by calling (519) 336-8127 ext. 3226. Please bring your lunch.
Note: Sessions are not dependent on one another and can most certainly be attended separately.

The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery is located at 147 Lochiel Street, downtown Sarnia.

Details on this session can be found HERE.

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