Come enjoy art and nature in the summer sun with a creative workshop of printmaking and drawing in the Sculpture Garden. Become inspired by artist Jean Paul Riopelle, who was a master at contemplating the natural world and used the imprint of a tree trunk to create his magnificent Kings of Thule series.
Discover the secrets hidden in trees by letting your imagination amble along the lines of a wood slice that you will have printed beforehand to create a work with pencil and dry pastels.
Meeting place: on the Museum Avenue, in front of artist Joe Fafard sculpture, Claudia (the cow)
A reservation is required to participate in this family workshop.
Only one ticket will be issued per family, giving access to a maximum of four people from the same household (parents and children must be counted).
Special measures have been put in place to ensure the health of visitors. Although the activity takes place outdoors, participants aged 10 and over will be required to wear a mask or face covering during the activity while moving but may remove it once seated at their table with their family. The measures in place may be subject to change as the situation evolves over the summer.