Felted Sunset Landscape for Beginners

Wednesday, November 10, 2021 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Rehearsal Hall
Tiina Kukkonen

Discover the joy of felting with Tiina Kukkonen! Workshop participants will learn the basics of felting a 2D landscape image using wool roving and a felting needle. Participants will gain an understanding of the history of felting as an art form, as well as how to layer and felt wool roving to achieve painterly effects.

Beginner friendly, ages 16+. All materials provided.

WHEN: Wednesday, November 10th, 6–8PM

WHERE: Rehearsal Hall, Room 203, 2nd Floor, Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning


INSTRUCTOR: Tiina Kukkonen

ABOUT: Formally trained in painting and drawing, Tiina Kukkonen uses a range of media in her work but specializes in pencil drawing and acrylic painting. She is also a self-taught felt artist, approaching felted landscapes much like painting whereby colours are combined and layered to achieve visual effects. As an arts educator and researcher, she has taught visual arts to students of all ages and advocates for equal access to arts education opportunities for rural and underserved communities. Tiina holds a Ph.D. in Education from Queen’s University, where she is also an instructor of visual arts education. Learn more at http://tiina.kukkonen.ca


 REGISTER: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/felted-sunset-landscape-for-beginners-tickets-190623137937


PLEASE NOTE: Class size is limited to accommodate physical distancing measures. Students will be required to complete a self-assessment form prior to the class. Masks must be worn within the building at all times. Please wash and sanitize hands regularly, and maintain physical distancing. We are monitoring and following Health Canada and Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington (KFL&A) Health Unit recommendations.

As of September 22, 2021, visitors 12 years old and older need to be fully vaccinated (two doses plus 14 days) and provide their proof of vaccination along with photo ID to access the events spaces at the Tett Centre. Any individuals who require an accommodation under the Ontario Human Rights Code with respect to vaccination status must provide approved supporting documentation. The Ontario government is also developing an app for businesses and organizations to scan the QR code on a holder’s vaccine certificate and to verify the contents of the QR code. This app will be ready in October.

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