Teacher’s Art Workshop

Yesterday, fifteen teachers from across the Ottawa Carleton Board of Education came to the Baobab Studio to make art with Maureen Clarke and get some creative ideas for Black History Month projects with their students. Organized by CAT Visual Arts resource teacher Holly Blair, the afternoon session went quickly,  including discussions about the links between rhythm, patterns, drumming and art in Ghana,  West Africa with Kathy Armstrong.  By the end, all of the teachers had wonderful frames with adinkra and kente patterns to take back to their classrooms .  A small taste of what is to come April 15-17 at our weekend workshop for teachers (see the events page for more information).

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