Arts on Tap
TAP’s social workshop series where you can try your hand at different art forms, enjoy a drink, and let creativity flow.
Arts on Tap: Mark Making
Thursday August 2, 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Give the paintbrush a little break and discover other mark-making tools to create unique painting techniques. In this one-night workshop, painter Dan Tamborro will demonstrate techniques that will allow you to create images composed of lines, hard edges, and flat textures with acrylic paint and the tools of mark making. We supply all of the materials so all you need to do is arrive ready to dive into the new tools. Each attendee will leave with their completed painting and the inspiration to apply these techniques at home.
About the Instructor
Dan Tamborro is an artist based in London, Ontario whose painting repertoire features city streets, architecture, figurative and portrait work. Dan can easily work in both acrylics or oils and varies his tools to create detailed brushwork or expressive marks. When he is not teaching or exhibition his work with the Unkle Collective, Dan can be spotted painting en plein air on city streets and in back alleys.
You can register online, in person at our 203 Dundas St. box office, or by calling us at 519-642-2767.
Please note: Since we lowered our Arts on Tap price points, your registration no longer includes a complimentary beverage. Alchoholic and non-alchoholic beverages are available at our cash bar.
About Arts on Tap
TAP Centre for Creativity (formerly The ARTS Project) is taking its previous “Canvas & Cocktails” nights to the next level. Arts on Tap is an “art and sip” workshop series that happens right in our gallery and theatre space. While enjoying a drink with your friends, you can learn from practicing artists and try your hand at different types of art, whether it be painting, ceramics, theatre improv, crafts, and much more. We provide the materials -all you need to bring is your creativity!
Past Arts on Tap Workshops
Printmaking with Jen Hamilton (October 2017)
Stitching with Mandy Forbes (November 2017)
Coloured Pencils with Joanna Skiba (May 2018)
Ekphrastic Poetry with Tom Cull (June 2018)