Get ready to Spring into Art!
In our full-day March Break Camp, students will make art, play and be inspired through a variety of artistic and fun activities designed to develop creativity and imagination (painting, drawing, sculpting, mixed media, games and creative crafts).
Participants will take home two different artworks and one craft most days. All skill levels are welcome!
All art supplies are provided. Please "dress for a mess" – many of the quality art supplies we will be using may not wash out.
Masking will not be mandatory, but is still encouraged as we are making every effort to keep everyone as safe as possible. There will be two snack breaks and a lunch break.
Camp size is limited to 12 participants to ensure proper individual attention.
Ages: 6-12 Years
Dates: March 13 to 17, 2023
Time: 9:00am - 4:30pm
Price Per Week: $325
- Morning - 8:00am - 9:00am - $25
- Evening - 4:30pm - 5:30pm - $25
- Morning & Evening - $50
Materials: Included (What else should I bring?)
Discounts: A sibling discount of 10% is available for each additional child registered. Enter coupon SIBLING at the checkout.
Early registration is highly recommended.
My son is attending a one week camp program here, he absolutely loves it, he said the teachers are amazing and he wishes it was longer than 5 days.
What to Bring
Participants are asked to bring:
- Water bottle, 2 light nut-free snacks (for morning and afternoon breaks) and lunch.
- Optional: Students can bring a favourite game, activity, book, etc. to use during breaks. No electronics please (there’s lots to do instead)!
About the Instructors
Rima has been making art for as long as she has been able to hold a pencil and she loves to work with different mediums. Artmaking is pure happiness and Rima wants her students to nurture their own creative voice and find their own brand of joy. Rima offers art workshops for budding and practiced artists of all ages and abilities at her home studio and other locations. Rima's workshops are available both in English and French.
Raised in a family of artists, Yasmine has been surrounded by art her whole life. She loves to experiment with new mediums and letting her creativity run free. After volunteering and working in several art programs, Yasmine discovered how much she love teaching art for kids. As an Honours Psychology major at York University, she hopes to merge her love for art and psychology as a future career. Yasmine hopes to spark creativity in her students and help them grow as young artists with fun and enriching lessons.