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CANCELLED – CHECK BACK IN FALL 2020
NEW Art Course for youth ages 16 – 19!
Alternating Mondays from 4:00 – 6:30 pm
October 7, 2019 – April 20, 2020
Student exhibition: April 21 – June 14, 2020
Developed for students considering studying visual art at the post-secondary level, this year-long intensive art program focuses on the production of a variety of artworks to build up a strong artist portfolio as a process of skill development and learning.
Experiment with many different art processes and materials in a supportive studio environment to stretch creative thinking skills. Students also have the unique opportunity to meet professional working artists, learn more about contemporary art and how to put together an art exhibition. The program culminates in a professionally curated student exhibition at the City of Richmond City Hall Galleria in spring 2020.
Youth Art Studio meets regularly on alternating Mondays of each month from 4:00 – 6:30 pm, October 2019 until April 2020, with breaks for holidays and spring break closures. Regular attendance is required.
October 7, 21 | November 4, 18 | December 9 | January 13, 27 | February 10, 24 | March 8, 30 | April 6, 20
Exhibition installed at City Hall Galleria: April 21 – June 14, 2020. Student pick up artworks and final party celebration on June 15.
Fee: $450 for 14/sessions, includes all art supplies and exhibit framing.
Registration now open!
TO REGISTER, QUOTE THE COURSE # 2745963
In Person: Richmond Cultural Centre front desk, 7700 Minoru Gate