Courses / Workshops
Agnes classes and workshops for youth, adults and families are sure to inspire and engage. Enjoy exploring themes in current exhibitions and learning hands-on skills in various media.
Making Art in Dialogue with Nature
26 June, 1–4 pm and 27–30 June, 9:30 am–12:30 pm
Artist Joan Scaglione leads this workshop over five days, engaging with the rhythms of nature through drawing, painting, and sculptural explorations. Studio sessions will involve traditional and experimental approaches in drawing and painting and small three-dimensional constructions. An outdoor session at Lake Ontario Park provides direct inspiration from the natural world.
Joan Scaglione is represented in the exhibition Dig and recently exhibited First Cause is Desire at the Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre. She received her MFA from the University of Regina and currently works as an installation artist and teacher.
Fee: $200, Members and students $175. Materials included. This course is open to all levels. Click here for the registration form.
Thursdays, 3-5 pm
11 February-28 April 2016 (no program 17 March)
ArtZone is extended to Thursday 28 April. All the sessions during the month of April focus on doing work for a display to be on view during the Juvenis Youth Arts Festival in early May. Our ArtZone artists will help you bring your creative ideas to full expression. Bring your ideas and we’ll supply the materials and snacks.
Sessions run from 3 to 5 pm, but participants can join in anytime. No registration is required.
Please note photos for promotional purposes will be taken.
There are no family programs at this time.