Beaverhouse First Nation / by Amanta Scott

Storytelling & Art Workshop with Amanta Scott

Part One: Stories from a Suitcase

Participants learned creative team building skills and said they really enjoyed learning how other people think, and hearing and seeing from their varying perspectives.

Part 2 - Artist Talk

Before we broke for lunch, Amanta shared some of her own life experiences and insights with participants.

She also explained the inspiration, origins, evolution and development, and creative techniques used in her work, Parallel Lines, on exhibition at the Museum of Northern History, Kirkland Lake - March 1st - 31st, 2018.

Part 3 - Drawing & Oil Painting

After lunch Participants were introduced to charcoal and pencil drawing on paper and panel, then invited to consider an image or photo of their own selection to be used as the inspiration for an oil painting on birch panel.

This workshop was made possible
through the generous assistance of




Beaverhouse First Nation Community