SA Kids: Slime-Making Workshop

Posted on January 4th, by scararts in . No Comments

June 8, 2019 @ 10:00 – 12:00
Scarborough Arts
1859 Kingston Road
ON M1N 1T3
Scarborough Arts

This workshop is a tactile and creative DIY experience for kids using simple ingredients like nail polish and glitter glue. In this workshop, we will transform an everyday object into a marbled work of art. Then, we will shake things up and create slime characters with glittering personalities!

*Please note that this is a WORKSHOP SERIES and that participants who would like to attend are HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO REGISTER AND ATTEND ALL sessions of the workshop*


Tasnim and Tahsin Noman are sisters who grew up and still reside in Scarborough. They both graduated from R.H. King Academy, and completed BAs at the University of Toronto. The sisters worked on campus in facilitation roles and also acted as Teaching Assistants at Kumon throughout their university years, and have gained extensive experience working with students of all ages. Tasnim co-facilitated two SA CREATES workshops last year, guiding participants to make bath fizzies and candles. She currently works at a digital marketing agency full-time but spends the occasional evening getting her art fix at the AGO or finding ways to get involved with SA> Tasnim has been a volunteer/contributor for various arts programming over the years such as the SA Bridging Festival, StArt Youth Presenting Art, Luminato and Fringe. Tahsin continues to work with students, working full-time at the English School of Canada. She grew up watching Art Attac and FingerTips, and would love to recreate her own episode in real life. Tahsin volunteered at the SA Bridging Festival and other arts festivals, such as SummerWorks Theatre Festival.

This workshop is part of Scarborough Arts’ SA Suite of Programs — 2019. For more workshops like this, visit



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