Winter Registration opens on November 28 at 9:00 am
Whether you want to build on your existing skills, or you've never touched a paint brush before, this class is for you! Instructor Amber Fast will guide you through interactive learning of skills such as: colour theory, mixing, values, brushwork, forms and composition. We will put your new skills to work with a beginner level painting chosen by the class.
We love bringing creative people together! Are you an art-lover looking for a perfect space to create and to meet other artists? We invite you to bring your current project/ideas to the museum’s art studio (all mediums welcome) for a delightful night of inspiration, artsy company, complimentary tea and potential collaborations.
Ages (12-17) Engage with Indigenous artistry! Delve deep into traditional crafts and their cultural significance. Bannock and hot drinks will be served, and all crafting materials will be provided
Two experienced potters will teach you the basic skills and techniques to hand build and throw on the pottery wheel. You will complete numerous decorative and functional pieces using your own creativity and personal style. This is not a project-based class; rather you will be given the skills and tools to create freely.
Join us for a night of wine and creativity! During this program, you will design a fluid art geode painting using pour paint and crystals. Enjoy your creativity with a glass or two of complimentary wine and snacks. Please ensure proper transportation. All supplies are included, and no experience is necessary. (Ages 19+).
Join knowledge keepers, Cynthia and Tinisha Young, as they delve into the world of Indigenous medicinal plants, drawing upon the teachings of the medicine wheel.
This class is for your preschooler’s creative and inquisitive side. Create art projects, and have fun with science, music, indoor games and much
Ages (12-17) Engage with Indigenous artistry! Delve deep into traditional crafts and their cultural significance. Bannock and hot drinks will be served, and all crafting materials will be provided.
Participants will learn how to create a beautiful stained-glass piece to decorate their home.
Set within the Powwow! OchÎwin the Origins exhibit. Witness a tipi raising demonstration while learning about its significance, followed by Indigenous storytelling, led by Kôkom Vivian Whitstone. Limited seats available. Pre-registration is highly recommended to ensure your spot.
Create different art projects, explore new mediums, and meet new friends! In this program, you will complete different projects on drawing, painting, sculpture, and mixed media techniques. At the end of the program, on November 13 we will showcase your best works at an exhibit in the art studio!
Whether you are experienced at drawing or just starting to draw, this class will help sharpen your skills!