AWE Workshop: Get Closer to Nature with Jessica Cook -May 17
Time and Date: Friday, May 17th, 1pm-3pm
Location: White Pine
Fee: $10 – single, $25 family (up to 5 people)
Audience: All Ages
Calling all birders! Take a break from birdwatching and get ready to tick off clay-bird-sculpting on your life list. We might not be able to take home a kingfisher but creating your very own miniature bird effigy can offer incredible emotional relief and be a memorable keepsake. Whether you use a bird of prey, heron, woodpecker, sparrow, finch, swan, blackbird, jay, or any other usual suspect as your inspiration, come explore your artistic side & take home a lifer!
Jessica Rachel Cook is an Oji-cree from the wolf clan whose family is from Constance Lake First Nation and Bkejwanong First Nation. She is a formerly trained fine artist who works with traditional and contemporary mediums, photography, and multimedia to create works of art. She also is an educator who enjoys outreach initiatives with local communities and group art projects.