With artist Tee Kundu, we’ll be using our sensory experiences, movement & personal histories to think about the kind of things we’d like to manifest in the world. For our selves, for others and for the communities we move in. We’ll start with our existing ideas of spells and magic, and move on to drawing & art making. No art experience is required, but a willingness to participate is appreciated.
Drawing is the expression of experience. Magic is the transformation of energy. How can we work with these together?
Pick up your copy of Kai Cheng Thom’s book and art packages at Union Gallery before the event.
If you have any questions, please reach out: firstname.lastname@example.org / 613.533.3171
We’ll be using our sensory experiences, movement and personal histories to think about the kind of things we’d like to manifest in the world. For our selves, for others, for the communities we move in.
We’ll start with our existing ideas of spells and magic, and move on to drawing and art making. There will be a few suggestions to direct work, as well as collaborative drawing. We’ll be using online tools to work together, so as long as you are able to type and otherwise use your screen, you’ll be set.
Drawing is the expression of experience. Magic is the transformation of energy. How can we work with these concepts together?
To participate in this workshop you will need: paper, a pencil, a way to access the internet (including links to open, alongside zoom), any other art supplies like colour pencils, pens etc. that you would like to bring. This is a space to chill and be soft with other folks who want to draw together. No experience required.
Tee Kundu is an interdisciplinary artist, illustrator and designer. They mostly draw things. In addition, they often work in social practice, performance, zines, facilitation, etc. They want to be a storyteller, and they want to be helpful. A DIY dabbler, you can find them on
instagram @lukitstee or email them at email@example.com
Each year, a committee of students, staff, and faculty chooses a book for our Queen's community to read together. These books are ones that encourage readers to listen to underrepresented voices and frequently unheard stories. Through events and programming, Queen's community members are invited to meaningfully participate in critical and creative conversations that are inspired by the Queen's Reads books with a specific focus on questions concerning equity, diversity, and inclusion; community dialogue; and hope. All Queen's community members can opt into the Queen's Reads program and receive a free copy of the book. For the 2021-2022-year, electronic and limited physical copies of the Queen’s Reads book I Hope We Choose Love by Kai Cheng Thom are available on campus. If you have any questions about Queen's Reads, please contact Clarissa de Leon (co-ordinator): firstname.lastname@example.org
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