Daily Art Practice is a course that will challenge students to produce a series of work outside of their comfort zone. Each week class will kick off with quick drawing exercises to loosen your body and mind, investigating different concepts and themes being addressed in contemporary art. This course is designed for artists who want to re-think their practice, hobbyists who want to begin a practice, and all who find inspiration and energy working in a group setting!
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ESAR-0125 - 001 - Daily Art Practice
Students ages 65 and over are eligible for the Seniors Discount, 20% off the listed course registration fee.
Graduates from NSCAD University credit programs are eligible for a 20% discount on Extended Studies courses. This does not apply to returning Extended Studies students.
Breanna Shanahan (she/her/they) is a recent resident of the traditional territories of the Erie, Neutral, Huron-Wendat, Haudenosaunee and Mississaugas (Hamilton) Shanahan received her MFA at Concordia University in Montreal, June 2019 and was a SSHRC recipient in 2017. She received her BFA from the University of Toronto (2014) and her Dip FA. from Sheridan College in Oakville (2014). Shanahan's practice takes root in cultural post-humanism seeking to weave digital fabrication outputs with hand-made skills. The works that are produced take on both two-dimensional and three-dimensional forms in paintings, sculptures, installations and works which play between these realms. Shanahan's work has been exhibited in Italy, China, Austria, the United States of America and in Canada.
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