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Images from the First Gothic Kitsch Workshop

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Wednesday, December 7, 2016 at 10:46 PM

Images from the First Gothic Kitsch Workshop

On December 6th we launched the art workshop Gothic Kitsch, during which participants from Cégep du Vieux-Montréal created mini Tempo shelters decorated with Gothic motifs and using 3D pencils. Offered in conjunction with the exhibition Wim Delvoye, this workshop was designed by local artist Karen Tam in collaboration with DHC/ART Education.

If you’d like to take part in Gothic Kitsch, please contact us! Any group of 10 people or more are invited to reserve a guided visit and art workshop. These activities are offered together and are free of charge. Please use our online reservation form to book in advance.

DHC/ART Education

Photos: Daniel Fiset and Marie-Hélène Lemaire

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