Queen's University

The World Alive with Emebet Belete

André Biéler Studio
Saturdays 4–25 April 2020
2–3:30 pm

Children ages 6–12 build up their observational and exploration skills

Fee: $75, $60 members

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There are so many ways to explore what we see around us. In this class young artists ages 6–12 build up their observational and exploration skills using paint, mixed media and through visits to the gallery. Over four weeks, the class will examine and put together the world in new ways.

INSTRUCTOR BIOGRAPHY

Originally from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Emebet Belete is an artist and arts educator. With degrees from Queen’s University (BEd and Fine Arts) and The Addis Ababa School of Fine Arts Emebet now lives in Belleville where she keeps busy teaching and creating. Travel has always been part of her life.  In 2008, she moved to TEDA, Tianjin, China with her family, where she taught art to an enthusiastic group of elementary students at Teda International School, as well as continued creating her own artwork, often inspired by the images around her.

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