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Nov 23rd Lalita Hamill Online Critique

INSTRUCTOR: Lalita Hamill, AFCA 

LEVEL: All levels SpringProgram_LalitaHamill

MEDIUM: Theory

DATE: Monday November 23, 6.00pm - 7.30pm (PST)

LOCATION: From the comfort of your own home

 

 

Lalita Hamill's Website

 

 

Interactive Online Critiques:

To get to that “next level” you’ll sometimes need the constructive feedback of an experienced critic/fellow artist to drive your work forward. Critiques will help you grow as an artist and help you develop your work. Hear what is working in your art and ask for input on your current challenges. You’ll receive an overall evaluation of your artwork's strengths and weaknesses and a clear idea of how to move forward with your art by FCA Signature Member Lalita Hamill.

 

Our critique sessions are interactive. You will communicate with the instructor and your fellow critique participants via the interactive online platform, Zoom.

 

About Lalita Hamill

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Lalita discovered her artistic abilities as a young adult during the final year of her Philosophy degree. Subsequent years of drawing led to four years of study at the Vancouver Academy of Art, where she received instruction by classically trained painters.

  

It was not until her husband was seriously injured in a car accident in 2003 that Lalita decided it was time to pursue her life's work through painting. She left her career as an aquatics manager to become a visual artist and the sole provider for her husband and their young child, Sam. 

 

Over the past five years Lalita reduced her creating time to focus on her family andlalita Hamill teaching art. However, she is eagerly digging back into her artistic life's work: the creating, presenting and analysis of visual art. 

 

Lalita lives with her husband and three children near Vancouver, BC. She is an amateur musician and writer, and has a variety of personal interests, some of which influence her work. Such interests include travel, virtual reality, psychology, jogging, Reiki, meditation, reading, spiral dynamics, playing piano, swimming, and spending quality time with family and friends. 

 

 

How to register:

Using the submission below, upload up to two images of your work for the Online Critique Session by no later than Thursday 19th November. The critique is limited to 8 participants, so please submit early in order to secure your spot.

 

Critique fee:

$20 (members) / $25 (non-members) + 5% GST

 

After enrolling you will receive an emailed invoice. Please keep this for your records. Closer to the critique date, you will be sent an email with further instructions and a link to the interactive online platform. If you have further questions about online critiques, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Email education@artists.ca or call 604-681-2744.

 

 

 

Cost:
Entry Cost: CAN$20.00
Items 1-2: Included with Entry Cost
Maximum Items:
2
Submission Dates:
Submission deadline has passed! (Nov 19 2020 11:59 pm PST)
You cannot currently make an online submission.