IN-SCHOOL ART PROGRAMS
Serving York Region and GTA
Winged Canvas can work with your school to bring on-site workshops that focus on building skills and techniques that complement the Ontario Arts Curriculum. Our award-winning art instructors guide students to develop a technical artistic skill set with hands-on learning through a program designed for their grade.
We work with teachers to integrate our art workshops with other school subjects and events!
Travel fees may apply for offsite bookings.
Our Elementary School drawing and painting workshops for JK to Grade 8 students focus on skills and techniques that complement the Ontario Arts Curriculum.
Artists in School: our instructors can come to your classroom, or you visit us with a studio field trip!
We can also work with teachers to design a workshop that is integrated with other subjects and activities.
Our High School art workshops provide hands-on visual arts training, career guidance and skill development. Grade 11 and 12 students can earn credits in SHSM Arts & Culture. We can come to you, or bring your class on a field trip to visit us!
We work with teachers to create custom workshops, such as character design or visual arts career talks.
Work with industry leaders to experience hands-on training and career guidance.
Raccoon Paintings by a grade 3/4 split class, Milliken Public School, Toronto
Everyone Loves Pikachu, creative cartooning exercise by a grade 7 and 8 class, Mount Joy Public School, Markham
What Teachers are Saying:
"Thank you so much for the wonderful field trip! Your art hub space and organization of the lesson far exceeded any expectations that I had. You obviously have such a passion for what you do and were so amazing with the children, giving them artistic direction, answering their questions, and helping them solve problems they encountered in their art. We will definitely be back again next year!"
Grade 4 Teacher, Roy H. Crosby Public School
For Art Teachers and Students
The Importance of Creativity
If you have a couple of minutes to spare, this TED talk explores the increasing importance of the arts for childhood development, and the importance of creativity in the education system.