ARTful Fridays!

ARTful Fridays!


When: 4 classes: May 24 – June 14 

/ Fridays, 9 am – 2 pm (5 hours)

Who: Youth, 12 – 18 yrs

With: 2 artist instructors:

// Marcus Dénommé – Printmaker

// Ruby Creighton – Multi-disciplinary Artist


Long live the Zine-Machine! 
Drawing from the wealth of knowledge provided by bookmaking/print media artists Ruby Creighton and Marcus Dénommé, students will learn about this rich history and art of DIY zine making. Using low-tech household tools and materials such as the flatbed scanner and photocopier, the class will cover the creative and accessible ways to book bind, collage, relief print, and ultimately participate in an artwork exchange amongst the group.

Student Fee: $245 + $20 material fee

TOTAL $265



Marcus Dénommé was born and raised on Algonquin Temiskaming first nations territory in Ontario, canada. It was here at a young age that Dénommé began to explore street art and artistic interventions on public and private property. Throughout the years, they grew a deep passion
for the intersection of art and activism such as
civil disobedience, direct action, community level organization, etc. Dénommé honed their craft as communications designer at Emily Carr University of Art + Design, where they discovered traditional printmaking and bookmaking practices. Although their practice includes a variety of disciplines including painting, sculpture, mixed media, they love exhibiting printed work in independent shows and book fairs. Dénommé is the editor of the Veins & Arterys publications and now calls home to unceded Sinixt territory.

Ruby Creighton is a multimedia artist who lives and works between Nelson British Columbia, on Sinixt tum-ula7xw and Tiohtià:ke/Montreal. She recently graduated from NSCAD university where she studied sculpture and art history. Her practice plays with the tension between the weight of materials like wood, metal and clay and their ability to lightly hold an idea. She uses this tension to explore the necessity of art making and learning, the world is heavy and at times harsh but art can be a way to sneak through some playful thought.

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