Children’s Own Media Museum at Harbourfront This Weekend, Toronto

14Feb13

Heather Senst (left) will be the chairman and Che Marville president of the new Children’s Mobile Media Museum, a collaboration of the former Children’s Own Museum and the McLuhan Legacy Network.

Children’s Own Media Museum, a collaboration of the former Children’s Own Museum & the McLuhan Legacy Network

Here we come again! This weekend, the Children’s Own Media Museum and the McLuhan Legacy Network will be co-hosting an event at Harbourfront, running Sunday, February 17 through Monday, February 18 (Family Day), 11am – 5pm on the west side of York Quay Centre (235 Queens Quay West). We will transform the West Arcade Bay at Harbourfront into a space where you can let your budding artists explore portraiture, and learn more about how we’re inspired by Marshall McLuhan.    

Kids of all ages can choose from different mediums and craft their own portrait or make a portrait of someone else and become part of the Museum “family”. We’ll be teaching kids how to draw a portrait, giving Ebru demonstrations, letting them make pinhole cameras and experiment with doodlebots and robotics.     

Once the little artists have finished their portraits they’ll be digitized and posted on the wall. Everyone can watch our family grow!    

So don’t miss it! We can’t wait to see what your mini Picasso’s come up with!    

Best, The Children’s Own Media Museum team and the McLuhan Legacy Network.

Harbourfront Centre

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