Bring us to your school for a live art workshop!
Winged Canvas instructors can virtually pop into your classroom to teach an art workshop step by step that focuses on teaching visual art techniques.
Choose from one of our student-tested packages, or we can integrate school subjects into our specialty workshops for a custom learning experience!
Workshops are 1.5 hours in length and include learning and applying the elements of art and principles of design to a drawing, painting, or digital artwork.
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How a live virtual workshop works
There are two ways we can pop into your school virtually -- streaming or video call. Don’t worry -- no technology skills are required! If you can watch a YouTube video, you can just as easily bring us into your classroom!
🔁 Two-Way Video Conference
The workshop is held “zoom-style” in a private meet
Our instructor is able to see the class (if there is a webcam on the classroom device)
Better quality option for live Q&A if there are under 30 students per class.
We use Google Meet to host the video call, or we can join your meet!
🔴 One-Way Livestream
The workshop is streamed live on YouTube privately through a link
Our instructor is not able to see the students but can respond to questions in the live chat box (if over 50 people, a moderator fee applies)
Easier option to facilitate, especially if there are over 30 students attending at one time.
School Workshop Details
All workshops are designed to supplement the Ontario Arts Curriculum
Step-by-step demonstrations of artwork that has a chosen theme with live Q&A!
Recordings of the lesson will be made available for students to replay!
Taught by instructors who are experienced artists and passionate teachers
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Online Art Workshops for Grades 9 - 12
$290 + applicable taxes
✔️ 1.5 hour package
✔️ up to 30 students in a 2-way conference workshop
✔️ up to 50 students in a 1-way livestream workshop
Fees may apply for additional students.
Want to chat with our education coordinator about options or a custom workshop? Book a call with Arruniya.
All workshops are instructed step by step, and students will learn:
✔️ How to apply the elements of shape, line, value, and colour to their art
✔️ A roadmap of the creative process from beginning to end
✔️ Drawing and painting techniques specific to the medium and theme
✏️ Cartooning & Anime
Learn how to create and draw cute original characters!
✍️ Realistic Drawing
Draw and shade a sparkly eye to create a realistic illusion on paper!
🖌️ Watercolour Painting
Learn drawing, composition, and watercolour techniques!
✒️ Digital Art
Create unique landscapes using digital art techniques & free software!
🎨 Acrylic Painting
Learn acrylic painting techniques to create colourful artwork!
Prices are listed in Canadian dollars and do not include taxes. See Tax Info.
Workshops are seasonally themed, but teachers may request a specific subject that is aligned with their curriculum (ie. endangered species, Group of Seven, self portraits, etc).
We have hundreds of successful lesson plans and are happy to make a recommendations!
Popular themes for Grade 9-10 students include:
Landmarks, landscapes, faces, under the sea, superheroes, anime, and animals.
Popular themes for Grade 11-12 students include:
Landscapes, comics, pop culture mashups, famous artists, animals, mythical creatures, & anime self-portraits.
Group of Seven inspired acrylic paintings.
Teaching demonstrating painting technique.
Learning about human proportions for character design.
Art Materials Guide
Materials aren’t included, but our workshops are designed to be used with common materials that most schools already have, or are affordable and convenient to purchase.
Recommended Workshop Materials
8.5 x 11” paper or cardstock
HB pencil & eraser
Black pen or fineliner
4B pencils (optional, realistic drawing)
9 x 12” canvas (or similar size)
Acrylic paints (white, black, red, yellow, blue)
Palette (wax paper or paper plate)
Brushes (large flat, medium flat, small round)
Container of water
Pencil & eraser
Scrap paper (for planning)