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As part of World Collage Day, we are hosting a Collage Party to get together with friends and make some art! Using imagery inspired by the Erdem Taşdelen exhibition, participants are invited to cut and paste while you chat, listen to music, and experiment with simple art materials.
World Collage Day is an annual, international celebration of collage on the Second Saturday of May that was initiated by Kolaj Magazine in 2018. World Collage Day is about artists connecting across borders against a global context of entrenchment and separation. And the day is about an art medium that excels at bringing different things together to create new forms and new ways of thinking. RAG programs staff will open their vast collection of cool collage materials to lead a hands-on collage-making party for adults. All materials will be provided to make a collage postcard, ATC or larger artwork.
Inspired by the Erdem Taşdelen exhibition, A Minaret for the General’s Wife, the focus will be on architectural and archival imagery to make unique collage works. See samples and demonstrations by gallery staff on how to use cut and ripped posters, photographs, decorative papers and magazines to develop new artworks. Work on solo or collaborative collage pieces, or take a break for a quick casual tour of A Minaret for the General’s Wife.
To see other #WorldCollageDay events, visit the Kolaj Magazine website HERE.
REGISTRATION REQUIRED due to limited seating. Participants are encouraged to arrive on time to ensure their spot.
Free admission for ages 16+.
All collage materials and tools provided. Open to creatives of all skill levels.
This session will be hosted in-person at the Richmond Art Gallery and will be held in strict compliance with the province’s latest health orders. Visit website for any updates.
Registration is required due to limited capacity.
We anticipate this event will sell out – please arrive on time to ensure you do not lose your spot.
Currently, all participants are encouraged to wear a mask and practice social distancing while in the gallery space. Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell.
To prepare for your visit to the gallery, please review our current health protocols HERE.