Nicole can design a painting or drawing workshop to suit the needs, curriculum objectives and available materials for any class. She’s experienced in oil, acrylic and encaustic painting, as well as drawing with charcoal and group projects. Contact her and dream something up.
|Maximum Class Size
|Any; smaller groups are better for encaustic; 12 max unless the school comes up with an extra frying pan
|TBD by program
|School supplies material, or Nicole supplies it and invoices the school for reimbursement.
|Language of Instruction
|English or French
|Nicole says: Let's talk - Nov 8-Christmas, and Feb-June all possible at time of writing
|Minimum callout in Whitehorse is a half day’s work, teachers need to work together to cluster their requests.
Nicole Bauberger is a storyteller, painter, sculptor, writer and arts educator. Teaching and learning live close to the heart of her art practice. She educated herself mostly through collaborations and apprenticeships with other artists. She had the blessing of a learning friendship with Mrs. Annie Smith of the Kwanlin Dün First Nation which continues with Annie’s family today. Nicole loves to bring what she has learned in these relationships into schools, continuing to learn from collaborative adventures with students. For four years she created murals with students in Ontario High Schools through the Ontario Artists in Education Program. Her work can be seen out in the community and at the Yukon Artists @ Work Gallery.
Click here to read Nicole's published article in the Canadian Art Teacher's Journal (p. 49).