March 23: Work in Progress at UTM #WIP

We are all works in progress.

Join us for a healing afternoon of in-person art therapy and community building at UTM’s Davis Building (UTM Room, DV 3140) on March 23 from 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. We’ll be joined by local palette artist Nada Khatib for a therapeutic paint session, and a full lunch will be provided.

Registration is required to join and space is limited, so sign-up today!

A palette painting of water, mountains, and northern lights on a round canvas. Blues, purples, and greens are prominent.
Headshot of Nada Khatib smiling, wearing a black and burgundy headscarf.

About Nada Khatib

Nada Khatib is a Mississauga-based palette knife painter who explores the connection between reality and fantasy with lively textures in the impasto technique. Nada’s work has been exhibited across Canada, is held in hundreds of private collections around the world and is published in a Canadian magazine. She has partnered with prominent art companies including Michaels and DeSerres and has built an online audience of over 180k supporters. Nada has a passion for teaching and has taught over 50 in-person painting classes.