Fraktur Folk Art: Watercolour Painting
Join us at the museum to learn about Fraktur Folk Art. Fraktur is a highly artistic and elaborate illuminated folk art created by the Canadian Mennonite settlers between 1740 and 1860. Drawn in ink and watercolour,
Fraktur means ‘broken script’, named for its unique calligraphy style. Learn about this distinctive art form and try your hand at Fraktur Drawing!
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