Enable your students to experience the expressive potential of art, either in the classroom or at Oakville Galleries. All of Oakville Galleries' elementary school programs are readily adaptable for special needs students, with accommodations and adaptations developed in consultation with the booking teacher. Alternately, teachers are welcome to discuss options for a unique project or series of workshops with our instructors. Programs are custom-designed to suit your group's needs and interests. Our Education Centre is fully accessible and we supply all materials.
Developed for SALEP (Supervised Alternative Learning for Excused Pupils), Hamilton
Week 1 – No-Kit: During this first session, participants are introduced to the concept of site-specific art and create installations and sculptural interventions in the classroom or schoolyard.
Week 2 – Turbo-drawing: Participants have the opportunity to experiment with a variety of liberating techniques and styles in this fast-paced drawing workshop.
Week 3 – Stop the motion: Inspired by the captivating power of moving images, participants shoot a short video using the technique of stop-motion animation.
Week 4 – Hardwear: For this session, participants define their personal style by making accessories and fashion items out of recycled hardware and electronics components.
Week 5 – T-shirt statements: This introductory screen-printing workshop allows participants to use a simple stencil technique to print their own designs onto t-shirts.
Programs are available weekdays, weeknights and weekends throughout the academic year. Early booking is encouraged. There is a minimum registration of 20 students (or the equivalent registration fee) to secure a registration for your group.
To book a program, contact us at email@example.com or 905.844.4402 x26. We request that programs are booked at least three weeks in advance. Schools are requested to provide one adult supervisor (teacher or parent volunteer) for every 5 students. There is no charge for adults to participate.