Weekend Workshop – Portraiture with Sara Hartland-Rowe

From: $225.00

Portraiture with Sara Hartland-Rowe- October 22-24, 2021 (Adults)

Come together for a weekend in the dance studio! Enjoy the opportunity to recharge, move, and create, while enjoying the beautiful North Mountain landscape through the height of Autumn. During this session, you’ll collaborate with friends to immerse yourself in a world of portraiture with returning faculty member Sara Hartland-Rowe. This a great chance for anybody who’s been taking classes virtually to get back into the studio! All while adhering to the up-to-date safety guidelines and public health directives. Join us on the North Mountain and stay in our newly renovated farmhouse or glamping cabins for an unforgettable weekend of art, community, and wholesome homemade meals using local ingredients (many right from Ross Creek’s own gardens)!
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Friday, October 22nd

  • Welcome Dinner/ 6:30pm
  • Settling In & Tour of the Centre/ 7:30pm
  • Campfire/ 9:00pm

Saturday, October 23rd

  • Breakfast/ 8:30am
  • Workshop with Sara Hartland-Rowe/ 9:00am
  • Lunchtime/ 12:00pm
  • Rest & Recharge/ 1:00pm
  • Workshop with Sara Hartland-Rowe/ 1:30pm
  • Dinner/ 6:00pm
  • Film Screening/ 8:00pm

Sunday, October 24th

  • Breakfast/ 8:30am
  • Workshop with Sara Hartland-Rowe/ 9:00am
  • Lunchtime/ 12:00pm
  • Rest & Recharge/ 1:00pm
  • Workshop with Sara Hartland-Rowe/ 1:30pm
  • Departure/ 5:00pm

*This is a sample itinerary and may fluctuate/change based on weather conditions and group interests.

Sara Hartland-Rowe is a painter and installation artist who lives in Halifax with her husband and son. In her first career as a professional musician, Sara played with the Calgary Philharmonic and the Vancouver Symphony,  the Winnipeg Ballet and Toronto Dance Theatre, and in numerous string quartets. Since switching to Visual Arts, Sara has exhibited across Canada, in the US, Europe and South America, and is the recipient of Canada Council and Nova Scotia Arts Council Grants. Her work is in private and public collections, and she was shortlisted for the Lieutenant Governor’s Masterworks Award in 2016 for her wall drawing, Travellers, at the Dartmouth Bus Terminal for Metro Transit. She is an instructor in the Painting and Drawing Department at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design.