October 23, 2021
Workshop with Moneca Sinclaire: Mobile Creations
In this workshop, Moneca Sinclaire will teach participants how to create a mobile using household items and materials found in nature. Discover easy ways you can make use of branches and sticks from nature and assorted household objects to create a 3-dimensional mobile that can be hung inside or outside.
Please have ready in advance of the workshop: an interesting branch or stick, and assorted household object, which can include, but are not limited to old cereal boxes, aluminium cans, shipping cartons, cereal boxes, shredded paper, CDs, tin cans, bottles, and more.
Moneca Sinclaire is a multi-media Nehinan (Cree) artist who uses everyday objects to recycle or transform them into beautiful art. A self-taught artist who learned to ‘do’ art from watching her paternal grandmother. Combining her love of the environment and art to help reduce the waste in landfills and to create something from what people see as ‘nothing’ into ‘something’ fantastic.
Closed captioning available. ASL interpretation available upon request (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by October 9 if you require an ASL interpreter)