ACAD works with Prospect to inspire disabled students to create
ACAD is discovering ways to work with Calgary's community associations and bring light to societal issues we face day-to-day.
This summer, Prospect Human Services' Community Arts and Culture Program worked with ACAD's summer residency program to bring you "The Exploration; an Adventure in Gender and Colour."
Prospect artists learned a form of printmaking used in bookbinding from the early 1300's called marbling, explored issues around gender and incorporated critical thinking into still life drawing.
The resulting work was exhibited as a collection of vibrant prints and paintings showcasing each artists' interpretation of the subject and the medium for five days in ACAD's Main Mall.
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