The Lloydminster Museum + Archives (LMA) is a hub for community art, culture, and history. Register for specialized art, history and culture programs for all ages.
We invite you to bring your current project/ideas to the museum's art studio (all mediums welcome) for a delightful night of inspiration. Registration is recommended.
Come and listen to Fibre Artist, Chloe Meadows, speak about her experiences with taking her art to the next level. She will speak about her experience with applying and getting accepted into a travelling exhibition, such as the Saskatchewan Craft Councils 'Dimensions 2021', as well as the jurying process.
Bring your sweetheart or family to enjoy a campfire and Bannock on a stick while listening to stories from Cynthia Young. There will be a Q&A period and warm beverages. This event is weather dependent, please dress appropriately.
Participants will learn the pottery foundations for handbuilding and the pottery wheel.
Bring the New Year by creating a stunning bullet journal to keep your life inspirational, creative and organized. A bullet journal and all materials are included in the registration fee.
Between 1869 and 1948, over 100,000 British children were sent to Canada as indentured farm labourers and domestic servants. Learn their story and this little-known era of Canadian history.
Learn the foundations of textile photo transfer, gradient application, botanical embroidery, needle painting and more.
Learn about the various sources you can use to glean information and tips and tricks when researching our family's ancestry. Lunch is included courtesy of the Friends of the Lloydminster Regional Archives. Please indicate dietary restrictions upon registration.
Learn the hisotry of henna and its symbolism. By the end of this workshop, you learn how to design and apply unique and beautiful henna creations!
Join our monthly figure drawing sessions featuring seminude and thematic costume models for your to illustrate in the studio. No experience necessary!
This class is for your preschooler’s creative and inquisitive side. Create art projects, and have fun with science, music, indoor games and much more!
This course will show you the basic tools to understand the elements of fluid art. You will learn and apply different sytles, influences and techniques to create unique fluid artworks.
Learn how to properly store and preserve your photos/negatives, documents, and other media for generations to come. Optional preservation kits are available for additional purchase.
Learn the traditional practice of snaring rabbits, how rabbit pelts can be used, and more from educator Cynthia Young. There will be a Q&A period and warm beverages. This event is weather dependent, please dress appropriately.
Complete a "space mission" in the museum's 'Health in Space: Daring to Explore' exhibit. Participate in STEM experiments and challenges, create science and space-inspired art, and play games with your space team.
Participants will learn how to create a beautiful stained-glass piece to decorate their home.
Join us to dive into your artistics side with pop, snacks, and a Bob-Ross inspired paint tutorial, led by Maxx, a delightful Drag King.