Past Programs and Workshops:
World Whale Day-
Doodle Art Virtual Workshop
Save the Atlantic Right Whale
Hosted by Teaching Artist Deidre Potash, YouthLEADarts
Workshop Theme – Make a meaningful change and have a positive impact on the survival of the Atlantic Right Whale.
WHO ? : all ages, families welcome
WHAT ? : drawing paper and pencil, an eraser, and any kind of colouring medium- pencil crayon, markers, pastels, etc…
WHEN ? : Sunday, February 20, 2022
- 11:00 am British Columbia and the Yukon
- 12:00 pm Alberta, Manitoba and the Northwest Territories
- 1:00 pm Saskatchewan
- 2:00 pm Ontario, Quebec, Nunavut
- 3:00 pm Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, New Brunswick
- 3:30 pm Newfoundland and Labrador
LEAD- Listen, Empathize, Act and Drive. These will be our tools to improve the plight of the Atlantic Right Whale.
Learn from Roy Mulder, Marine Environmental Activist and LEADer about Right Whale and other cetaceans and the difficulties that threaten their survival. You will learn how to send the images you create during this workshop to the people that run the businesses and make the policies that will determine if the Atlantic Right Whale becomes extinct.
Register for your zoom link below and take part in this educational and artistic workshop that helps to save the whales on this World Whale Day!
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A Reflection on World Whale Day 2022
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