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MAKER MAKER: Hand-Stamped Handkerchiefs with Tara K. WellsNovember 27, 2019
MAKER MAKER returns! Join Sackville artist Tara K. Wells and learn to make hand-stamped handkerchiefs with your own hand-carved stamps.
Tara is a maker of many things, often using found or discarded items such as springs, plastics and typewriter parts as her art materials. Working in sculpture, installation, animation and quilting, Tara’s multidisciplinary practice is rooted in a strong sense of play.
At this workshop, participants will transform ordinary erasers into hand-carved stamps. Learn tricks for transferring drawings onto erasers and tips for carving and stamping. Use your freshly made stamps to customize your own handkerchiefs and more.
MAKER MAKER is a monthly program of seriously small after-hours art workshops. Led by diverse Maker Mentors, each workshop introduces a pocket-sized art project that can be made in two hours or less. Designed for accomplished and aspiring makers alike, MAKER MAKER is for anyone interested in making small things by hand with friends and fellow makers. This informal workshop series explores how working small can be practical, portable and playful, economical, sharable and even wearable.
MAKER MAKER is free and all materials are provided, no registration required.
The Owens Art Gallery acknowledges the generous support of all its funders, including Mount Allison University, Canada Council for the Arts, the New Brunswick Department of Tourism, Heritage and Culture, the Town of Sackville New Brunswick and the Friends of the Owens.
The stairs to the Owens from the entrance nearest the University chapel have a handrail. There is also a ramp access at this entrance, however, the ramp is steep. The stairs to the Owens entrance off York Street do not have a handrail.
The main floor of the Owens is wheelchair accessible. Our second floor gallery and bathrooms, located in the basement are not accessible. Two flights of stairs lead to each of these floors.
The Owens welcomes guide dogs and other service animals.
There are two reserved accessible parking spaces on the York Street side of the building and one in the circular driveway adjacent to the building.
For further information please contact the Owens front desk, 506-364-2574.