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PLEASE NOTE: As a precaution against the spread of COVID-19 in the community, the Art Gallery of Burlington is closed for a minimum of three weeks and Spring + Summer 2020 registration has been postponed. Click here for updates.
Come together as a family and create your own family of festive gnomes in this fun and friendly holiday workshop.
The reuse of clay scraps is an integral part of keeping the ceramic process sustainable. In this course, you will be taught how to reclaim and recycle clay.
Explore the many ways to create functional pieces for your home and garden using hand building and the wheel. All levels are welcome.
Come join us for some creative time in our Clay studio as we teach you how to shape an object (mug, plate, etc.) out of clay, and decorate it with coloured slips!
This class will not only guide you through how to draw but will guide you through translating your ideas into drawings. Students will refine their own drawing skills and work on collaborative drawing projects!
If you’ve always longed to paint, but don’t know where to start, this gentle introduction to basic art skills is for you. See a dramatic improvement in your painting and creative skills.
Age: 18+ Day: Thursday 8 classes Start/End: Apr 23 – Jun 11 Time: 1:30 – 5:00 PM Cost: M: $175 NM: $200 Code: A20 Instructor: Kevin Wilson Paint in the manner of your favourite Impressionist artists by taking inspiration from their techniques, ideas and stories. Students will learn a variety of contemporary perspectives that contextualize and enrich their understanding of
If you are intimidated by drawing, this course increases confidence through a progressive and varied selection of exercises and activities.
This course is geared towards beginners and students with some background in drawing as well as those who have drawing experience but are new to life drawing.
Uncork your creativity with a painting class that includes an evening of light-hearted socializing. Follow the host (an AGB studio instructor and practicing artist) as you are guided with entertaining demonstrations to recreate a selected painting.
Have you ever wanted to turn wool back into a sheep? Now’s your chance by learning a variety of needle felting techniques as you make a sheep figure out of wool.
This course is an introduction to the one simple loop of traditional rug hooking. This utilitarian craft-turned-artform is rooted in Canadian History and introduced upcycling before it was fashionable!
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Learn the skills you need to copper foil stained glass. You will learn foundational skills such as cutting and grinding glass, foiling and soldering before creating a 9-piece sun catcher.
This course will introduce you to different printmaking methods – you’ll get familiar with all the printmaking lingo! Experiment with lino cuts, dry point, and more!