May 23, 2021 11:00 am
“I often am too self-critical and get hung up on details when I begin a new project, which can end up hindering my creativity. In order to get out of my head and practice loosening up, I’ve gathered a few trusty exercises that kick-start my day more positively. In this workshop we will explore the benefits of play, experimentation and imperfection as inspiration for new ideas!”
Lily Snowden-Fine is an illustrator and multi-disciplinary artist living in Vancouver. Since studying at the Ontario College of Art and Design, she has illustrated six children’s books with publishers Thames and Hudson, Penguin Random House, Owl Kids, and Running The Goat Books and Broadsides. Her other clients include the New York Times, the Globe and Mail and Soho House London.
Learn more about this workshop and the other workshops in the series here! (link)
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