Each student makes their own vessel from paper clay or other agreed upon medium. The second session involves painting and adorning the vessels using beads, seeds, pine needles or anything that can be affixed to the vessel.
|Maximum Class Size||16, participant numbers can be increased if assistance is available|
|Time Required||2, 2-hour sessions (dependent on project) plus 1 hour prep|
|Material Required||Paper clay, balloons, rocks or other weight, paint, varnish, wire and fishing line|
|Material Cost||$3-5 per student for paper, glue, misc supplies and equipment fees|
|Language of Instruction||English|
|Special Notes||1 hour prep time is required for this program|
Leslie Leong has two photography books to her credit on Canada’s Northwest Territories. The results of her camera and pen show up in Northern Canadian books, magazines and other publications. Her other creative endeavors include ceramics, silversmith work, sculpture, painting & illustration, with an emphasis on reclaimed & recycled materials. She has participated in over 30 exhibitions, half of which were solo exhibits. She shares her art with the intention of engaging others in the inquiry into the human condition, society, and our disassociation with our natural environment. Leslie has years of experience developing art based programs and teaching them to a wide range of ages in Yukon schools. Leslie is available throughout the school year, except for late Nov./December 2019 and June 2020 (Profile Photo Credit: GBP Creative)