*This is FREE registered program with a maximum number of students and may fill up quickly*
Wednesday, June 30 | One-Day | Virtual | Adults 16+ | 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
All skill levels welcome
Due to popular demand, we are repeating our Watercolour Painting workshop again on Wednesday, June 30. Please note this is an exact duplication of the June 29 Watercolour Painting workshop and will feature the same content and final piece.
Calling beginner and experienced painters alike! Call a friend (or two!) and spend the hour learning how to create a beautiful image in watercolour in a virtual paint-along experience. Learn the basics, have fun, and leave with a completed piece in this loose and free-style workshop! If you are interested in getting feedback on your painting, Instructor Mahtab is happily available after the session via email to provide input on your piece.
FREE – with Art Kit
FREE – without Art Kit
Curbside Pick-Up: If Art Kit is purchased, curbside pick-up information below:
Monday, June 28, 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Aurora Town Hall, 100 John West Way Aurora, ON L4G 6J1, North Entrance – Upper Level Parking Lot (NOT the main entrance)
Zoom access information will be provided to registered students via email closer to the start date.
In order to participate in our virtual workshop you will need access to a stable internet connection, a free Zoom account, a computer, laptop or tablet with a camera and microphone, and a dedicated space to make art. Bring your art supplies, snacks, a lunch, and your imagination!
Meet Your Instructor
Instructor Mahtab Abdollahi graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Fine Art (1998) and completed her Master of Arts (MA) in Illustration from Fine Art University (2003). She studied Graphic Design at George Brown College and graduated with Honours in 2009. She has participated in numerous group and nine solo exhibitions, including the National Gallery of Canadian Drawings online. She is also a board member of NGA, the Newmarket Group of Artists. She teaches watercolour, drawing and painting to adults and children.
Patron health and safety while attending events and programs is our top priority. To learn about the latest updates on actions taken by the Aurora Cultural Centre, please visit: COVID-19 Update