Date: Wednesday March 15 - Friday March 17, 2023
Time: 9:00am - 4:00PM (7 hours)
Emily May Rose is an award-winning artist and illustrator based in Toronto, Canada. Based on her own experiences, Emily’s work features a cast of recurring characters (most notably her pizza-eating raccoons) to depict humorous situations that are relatable to many of us who are trying to survive in an urban environment. Her work can be found in many formats including murals, editorial illustration, apparel design, installations, and gallery settings. Her murals can be found all over the world where she's painted in street art festivals, artist residencies, and other commissions during her various travels.
Alathea (Thea) is an art educator and cultural producer based out of Toronto. After completing her degree at Concordia University in Montréal, she taught several classes and led a youth camp with the Visual Arts Centre. In 2016, after moving back to Toronto to raise her daughter, Alathea has been focusing on the production of arts and culture events in collaboration with organizations and associations like StreetARToronto, various BIA’s, Mural Routes, and more.
Location: Northern Contemporary Gallery (420 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto ON)
Class Size: 6-15 people *
Cost: $360 per participant (Ages 10+)
*Please note that this class will only take place if we get at least 6 people registered.
** All classes are final sale and non-refundable once we've reached the minimum number of registrants required to run the class. However, they are transferrable to someone else if you are no longer able to attend the class.