Drawing sounds, Hearing colours with Naz Rahbar and Nima Farzaneh
In this episode, join Naz and Nima as they lead you through an exploration of harmony, rhythm, pattern, line, colour and chords, illustrating the surprising connections between art and music.
- Blank paper
- Your eyes and ears
- Drawing tools of any kind in different colors (wet or dry media)
Naz Rahbar is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist with drawing at the core of her practice; they work in print, artist books, performance, animation, and installation. Her work often explores the figure; considering bodily identity as primarily relational through various concepts, such as bodily knowledge, body and land, bodies and borders and bodies as borders. Naz is co-founder & director of ArtCave, based in Toronto since 2013. She is an Ontario certified teacher, with many years of experience at various schools and settings in Toronto and the GTA, as a professor, artist, instructor and leader with children, youth and adults.
Nima Farzaneh is an Iranian designer, originally from Tehran, he has been living and practicing in New York for the last 10 years. An architect by profession, he is also an artist working in music, photography, and poetry. Utilizing social media, his recent experimentation with short-form narrative and multimedia comics have ruminated on society, politics, and art, with a unique approach to multiculturalism and global audience.
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