Art Camps 2018

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Art Camps 2018 2019-01-04T10:52:38+00:00

March Break Fun!

The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls. Pablo Picasso

Inspiring students to use their creativity and imagination to create new varieties of art! We have weeks where we explore different topics and materials, with two to three completed art done each session.

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Location: 8110 Birchmount Road #3

Age Group
Our camps are for children aged from 4-13 years old. We will group children according to their age

Note: Pack a lunch (we have games and food at snack time).
Lunch Time is from 12:00-12:45pm*

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March Break Week : Mar 12 – 16

Full Day 9am – 4pm
Half Day AM  9am – 12pm
Half Day PM 1pm – 4pm
Extended hours: 8:30-5:30pm

Full Day $350  + HST / week (save $40)
Half Day $195 + HST / week (save $55)
Single Full Day $ 80 + HST
Single Half Day $ 50 + HST
Extended Hour: $15 flat rate/day

What’s Included
All Arts and Craft materials

March 12th to 16th

March Break Camp Activities

Day 1: March 12th
Theme: Exploring Animals and their Habitats
Students will explore animals and create paintings inspired by facts about animals and their habitats. We will be exploring different animals, such as bears, birds, reptiles and tigers. This day consist of fun projects where students will understand better on how animals live.

Day 2: March 13th
Theme: Famous Artists and their Subjects
This is an introduction to some famous works of art and artists. Students will explore some of the most popular artists throughout history while creating their own pieces of art. We will be looking into the different mediums, subject matter and styles in which famous artists have attempted to use and explore.

Day 3:  March 14th
Theme: Science Fiction: Drawing Cartoons, Characters + People
Think about the science fiction books you’ve read. On this day, we will look into artwork inspired by fairytales and magic. Students will get the chance to create their own characters and science fiction inspired art.

Day 4:  March 15th
Theme: Sculpture + Clay Art
Students will learn how to create sculptures (subjects include animals, people, mystical creatures) with a variety of materials, such as clay, jewelry, recycled materials and more. Students learn how to see art from different perspectives

Day 5:  March 16th
Theme: Art Around the World
It is important to look at art from other cultures. The world is a colourful place of different languages, skin colours, and different cultures. To build an appreciation for other cultures around the world, we will look at the various artwork produced by the different areas of the world. Through looking into and exploring other cultures, this will allow students to see the way people live and gain appreciation of the many cultures we have.

Student Artwork

“Ms. Chan is a great teacher and she is amazing with kids, my kids drawing skills improved a lot and they were able to learn basic concepts like shading, Cross Hatching Technique, Water Colour – Lands scape and Animals. They were able to focus, enjoy and learn to be patient which is the most needed skill for success. I would strongly recommend Ms.Chan for anybody who is looking into learning art :)”
Vanitha (Parent)

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