Sun, Jul 25 | Cape Cod Museum of Art

Worldbuilding and Creative Exercises with Artist Nathan Balk-King - July 25, Noon - 4 pm

In this workshop, we will combine drawing, painting, writing, and craft-making to build our own collaborative world in a supportive creative environment.
This Workshop is included in Session One
Worldbuilding and Creative Exercises with Artist Nathan Balk-King - July 25, Noon - 4 pm

Time & Location

Jul 25, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Cape Cod Museum of Art, 60 Hope Ln, Dennis, MA 02638, USA

About

Worldbuilding and Creative Exercises with Nathan Balk King, artist

Sunday, July 25, 2021

Noon to 4pm / Free of charge

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This is the third of four workshops in SESSION ONE.

Please complete session Application HERE.

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In this workshop, we will combine drawing,  painting, writing, and craft-making to build our own collaborative world in a supportive creative environment.

Worldbuilding is one of the most purely creative practices, and it doesn’t require formal training or perfect art skills to start. It is an easy way to imagine without limits and effectively develops our creativity. Whether you have a story you’re already writing or don’t write often, I invite you  to participate and share your ideas.

Nathan Balk King, artist has been participating in PAAM’s art programs since middle school. He is currently a Sophomore physics major at UMass Amherst, but still passionately pursues the arts on the side. Since 2018, he has been working as a teacher, mentor, and director for Model  United Nations (MUN) Indigenous, which is an MUN program aimed at educating Native youth on global policy, and his main goal is to make education and knowledge more accessible. Nathan’s favorite art mediums are wax sculpting, charcoal, watercolor, and creative  writing.In this workshop, we will combine drawing,  painting, writing, and craft-making to build our own collaborative world in a supportive creative environment.Worldbuilding is one of the most purely  creative practices, and it doesn’t require formal training or perfect art skills to start. It is an easy way to imagine without limits and effectively develops our creativity. Whether you have a story you’re already writing or don’t write often, I invite you  to participate and share your ideas.

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