Students will be given demonstrations on how to work with papier mâché and will then be set loose to create - collaboratively or individually. I will guide them in the development of their sculptures and will assist with forming the frame, whether it’s chickenwire, a balloon or cardboard, and will supply finishing accessories.
|Maximum Class Size||Class size|
|Time Required||2 hours + 2 hours to paint and finish|
|Material Required||Newspaper, flour, bowls, cardboard, duct tape, balloons, chicken wire hot glue gun (optional), finishing accessories (eyes, feathers, etc.), paint and brushes.|
|Material Cost||$2 per student|
|Language of Instruction||French or English|
Michel Gignac is a bilingual, contemporary, multi-disciplinary artist. Following his passion for visual arts, Michel moved to Calgary in 2008 to attend the Alberta College of Art & Design. In 2012, he graduated with Distinction from the Bachelor of Fine Arts program in Sculpture. Michel has shown work locally, nationally and internationally.