AGB Kids Variety Show Episode 9: Paper Marbling with Noni Kaur and Janice Jo Lee
Join artist Noni Kaur to learn about paper marbling, where swirling abstract designs are magically made on paper using oil and water. And while you create, enjoy soulful folk music from the amazing Janice Jo Lee!
- Thick paper (sketchbook, cardstock or watercolor paper)
- food colouring
- vegetable oil
- a tray or pan to fit the size of paper
- a straw, stick or paintbrush
Noni Kaur is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist and educator. Her works are an embodiment of her response to intersectional identity across cultures and communities. Her immersive, reactive, multi-sensory installations bridge gaps between gender, culture, the body and the non-human world.
Janice Jo Lee, aka Sing Hey, is a contemporary folk artist of Korean ancestry. She is a folk-soul singer-songwriter, spoken word poet, actor and playwright originally from Kitchener, on Haldimand Tract treaty territory. Lee is an award-winning performer known for being disarmingly hilarious and off-the-cuff. On stage she creates looping landscapes with her voice, guitar, trumpet and Korean jangu drum. Lee is a hard femme queer radical and is interested in using art to build flourishing communities based in justice and joy.