Picture Book Illustration:

You Might Find Yourself!
A Character-Making Workshop

with Tai Snaith


 

Suitable for: ALL LEVELS

Session Times Available:
(AM) Morning session SOLD OUT!
(AM) Morning session SOLD OUT!
 
 
Join contemporary artist, author and broadcaster Tai Snaith for an overview of her broad practice followed by a short workshop in developing a picture book character based on yourself, or even how you would like to be!

Using cut paper, gouache and ink, Tai will walk you through her process of looking at a character and ‘building’ them from scratch.

 

About the Presenter

Tai Snaith is an artist, author and broadcaster. She has written and illustrated five books, most recently ‘You Might Find Yourself’ released in 2019 with Thames and Hudson publishers. Tai also facilitates and records conversations and runs workshops around the idea of the creative self, looking at the symbols and processes we make to build our own language of self. She also creates large public artworks- recently completing a 30m wall of books for the State Library of Victoria, which was shortlisted in the World Illustration Awards.

Instagram: @taisnaith

Facebook: Tai Snaith Picture Books

 

 

 


HOW TO BOOK

THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW SOLD OUT AND IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE TO BOOK AS PART OF YOUR CONFERENCE DAY.

Please Note: Bookings for this session are still being accepted currently, but places may sell out at any moment.
If you have booked this workshop after the last place has filled, you will be notified by Zart Education as soon as possible and advised to select another session.

 

Tai Headshot Square

Tai Snaith You Might Find Yourself At The Start Of Your Own Journey Photo By Matthew Stanton

Tai Snaith You Might Find Yourself Working Together To Pave Your Way Photography By Matthew Stanton

Tai Snaith You Might Find Yourself On A Train Of Thoughts Photography By Matthew Stanton

Tai Snaith You Might Find Yourself In An Ancient Land Photography By Matthew Stanton

Artwork & Images courtesy of Tai Snaith
Photography by Matthew Stanton and Chloe Snaith