Still looking for an after school program for your budding artist? Here are two great ARTiculations Youth Courses starting next week! We pride ourselves on our wonderful Artist Instructors, small class sizes and commitment to cultivating an inclusive, creative studio environment above all else. It’s not too late to sign up- call the shop if you would like to join us for some seriously fun and fantastic art making this Fall!
Creatures of the animal kingdom beware! Students will explore and study animals of all kinds, both thriving and extinct, observable and mythical, learning their true natures and essences . . . and then splice and combine, juxtapose and transmutate to create their own FANTASTIC BEASTS! This six week course will introduce and refine various techniques and art forms including clay sculpture, fimo modeling, free form mixed media sculpture, acrylic painting, watercolour and industrial design. Emphasis will be placed on the artistic process, creativity, and FUN. Scary or whimsical, each animal creation will be an expression of each individual student. Disclaimer: No animals will be harmed in this course. All beasts are released from any and all responsibility for any and all potential havoc they may wreck on our fair city! Artist Instructor: Rachel Shepherd
Rachel Shepherd is an educator and artist living in the High Park area. A great lover of children and their stories, Rachel endeavors to support art in all forms for children in an effort to cultivate a sense of neighborhood and family in the community.
Join us for this fun and inky after school class where we explore all things printmaking! Learn different methods, techniques and terminology of printmaking including; Softolium (a kinder, gentler form of linocut), Collagraph, Monoprintmaking and Dry point Etching. An exciting aspect of this class is that students will become acquainted with the printmaking press, an invaluable piece of machinery in the history of printmaking! Artist Instructor: Daphne McCormack
Daphne McCormack is a graduate of OCAD. After a successful career as an illustrator in both Canada and the U.S., she took on a new pursuit as an Artist Educator in various cultural institutions across Toronto including The Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Conservatory, Harbourfront Centre and Station Gallery in Whitby. She has enjoyed working with children on large scale murals within the TDSB. She finds inspiration from her students, both young and adult, and of course, always hopes to inspire through technique, exploration and discovery.