Saturday, July 16, 2022

    14:00 - 16:00

    Join Le Dernier des Touristes artists Laurena and Sarah-Mecca on Saturday July 16th, 2-4 PM for a free paint and collage workshop exploring the oppositional gaze.

    The workshop will take place in-person at Gallery 101, and online via Zoom. Materials will be provided for in-person participants, and those joining online are asked to use what's available at home, or to create digitally. In preparation for the workshop the artists ask participants to collect print outs, magazine clippings, and/or photocopies of family photos as source material to personalize their works. Specifically, Laurena and Sarah-Mecca ask participants to bring images of 4-5 touristic spaces from their home country/ies with visible tourists in the landscape (eg. resorts, beaches, hotels, photos from travel-blogs etc.).

    If you need access to a printer and are participating in person, please e-mail your photos to, subject: Workshop print outs

    Additional source material ideas: Small objects, landscapes, flora, fauna, archival photos etc that have meaning to you in relation to your home country/ies


    In-person Spaces are limited - Register on Eventbrite
    Online participants - Register on Zoom


    PLEASE NOTE: This workshop is intended to center women and non-binary folks whose connections to ‘home’ have been disrupted or displaced by imperialism and settler-colonial projects, particularly those of Indigenous ancestry and/or those with roots from the global south.

    Cet atelier sera animé en français et en anglais. // This workshop will be hosted in French and English.

    COVID protocols:

    • Masks will be required
    • Proof of vaccine will be checked
    • If you're feeling unwell, please release your ticket so we can offer your space to the waitlist

    The workshop space will be ventilated with open windows, doors, and a fan.