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Arts on Tap


Arts on Tap

Arts on Tap (circle logo) - Our HappeningsThe ARTS Project’s new workshop series where you can try your hand at different art forms, enjoy a drink, and let creativity flow.

Friday October 20,  6 – 8:30 p.m.
Arts on Tap: Printmaking Edition

"Scot's Corner," Jen Hamilton, 2016

“Scot’s Corner,” Jen Hamilton, 2016

This isn’t your average paint party. Come and discover the world of printmaking during this one night event with local artist Jen Hamilton. Here you will have the chance to carve and print your own tree or forest using easy-to-carve linoleum.  You will be taught proper carving techniques and how to hand pull a print. This process tends to take patience, so make sure to relax and have a glass of wine or beer from our cash bar! We supply all of the materials -all you need to do is show up and be ready to fall in love with printmaking. Each attendee will leave having printed a small edition of their linocut that they can take home with them.

Our very own artist-in-residence Lori Jensen-Brazier will be Jen’s print assistant during this workshop. The workshop will take place in the gallery among Lori’s Rezoning installation.

$60 for non-members
$50 for members
$100 per pair


You can also register by calling The ARTS Project at 519-642-2767 or visiting in person (203 Dundas St.)

About the Instructor
Jen Hamilton is a visual artist living and working in London Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from NSCAD University, Fine Art Advanced Diploma from Fanshawe College, and a Specials Certificate from Bealart. Professionally, she has sat as President of Forest City Gallery, as a London Artist in Residence for The London Arts Council, and is currently Secretary for London’s Printmaking Collective, Print London. Jen’s experience as an arts educator is extensive and includes teaching for Museum London, TVDSB and LCDSB via the London Arts Council, and is currently a professor at Fanshawe College, teaching Drawing and The Business Side to the Arts. She exhibits professionally in various cities across Canada and her work can be found in both private and public collections. To view Jen’s work please visit her website at or follow her on Instagram @jenhamiltonart.

About Arts on Tap
The ARTS Project is taking its previous “Canvas & Cocktails” nights to the next level. Arts on Tap is an “art and sip” workshop series that happens right in our gallery and theatre space. While enjoying a drink with your friends, you can learn from practicing artists and try your hand at different types of art, whether it be painting, ceramics, theatre improv, crafts, and much more. We provide the materials -all you need to bring is your creativity!