with artist Kristina Bradt
Sunday, November 25, 2018 | 1 pm – 4 pm
Presented with the support of Anne Safranyos & family, the AGW is pleased to offer Family Fun Sundays in the Studio for a 8th consecutive year.
Join AGW’s signature family-friendly program with local artist-led workshops and participate in a hands-on activity related to the current exhibitions. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. The AGW thanks Anne Safranyos & Family for their 8th consecutive year of sponsorship.
FREE with Admission
Featured artists are as follows:
February 2019: Kathryn Pasquach
Kathryn Pasquach has been trained in traditional craft techniques used in making many distinctive creative forms. These processes have been passed down through three generations in her family. Pasquach has planned an exciting series of activities beginning with a Pouch Making Session creating a leather pouch, followed by sessions in jewelry making producing a bracelet, earrings or necklace. You can also make a dream catcher and a keychain.
March 2019: Lynn Newman
Lynn Newman holds a Master's Degree in Education. Her extensive teaching background includes specializing in Primary and Junior subjects in the Arts. Newman will offer a varied weekly program focusing on seasonal related activities and will demonstrate how to develop imagery related to form and design inspired by artworks on display at the gallery.
April 2019: George Rizok
George Rizok will use his extensive knowledge and experience in creating super hero comic books from cover to cover to help participants create their own comic masterpiece. Rizok will demonstrate uses of multi-media applications and drawing techniques for determining characters’ proportions, poses, as well as page layout and overall design.
May 2019: Jude Abu Zaineh
Jude Abu Zaineh is based in Windsor, ON. Her current practice explores the use of biotechnology as cultural expression embedded in science and social studies. Her Sundays in the Studio program will offer weekly innovative artmaking activities which will explore new interpretations of works in the collection.
Kristina Bradt is a Windsor-based artist and public art enthusiast who works in a multivaried
range of mediums: painting, drawing, sculpture, digital and sound-based work. Kristina earned
her BFA from the University of Windsor and her work revolves around the study of people, their
surroundings, and the connections and interactions between them.
Kristina has exhibited her work locally and participated in grant-funded projects like
Breaking Barriers Mural Project, W.A.V.E.S Festival 2016. She recently completed a mural
commission for the City of Windsor’s 125th Birthday.
Clay Bowl Creation
The perfect opportunity to try your hand at sculpting with clay. We will be creating our own
clay bowls in the studio that can be used to decorate your home. Inspired by the work of
Soheila Esfahani on the 2nd floor.