Tired of being at home and watching your children do online classes? Consider becoming a Homeschool Organizer!
A Homeschool Organizer is:
- A parent who agrees to gather a group of children (ages 5–12) within a cohort to attend art programs in-person at any AHF location. (Maximum 10 people, including Visual Art Instructor and adults)
- A parent who agrees to be the main contact for relaying information between Program Manager, Program Registrar and parents within an established homeschool cohort.
- a parent who agrees to be billed directly by Arts and Heritage St. Albert and is responsible for collecting program fees from parents within an established homeschool cohort. (Minimum fee $100 per program)
- A parent who would like the option of choosing one or more suitable program dates and times for specific studio art programs or gallery tours found on our Learning page under Field Trips. You may also special request unique Art, Clay or Exploring Art gallery tour programs.
PLEASE NOTE: Parents are required to stay and assist their children during all programs and the wearing of masks is required within all AHF facilities for the protection of staff and participants. Specific groups of younger or older students can be accommodated so please let us know your specific family needs.
Learn more about our Safety Protocols here. For more information about becoming a Homeschool Organizer, please contact Shannon Vance, Program Manager for Art Gallery of St. Albert firstname.lastname@example.org or call 780-651-5735.
In-person Homeschool Art, Clay and Exploring Art Programs Coming again in Fall 2021!
Our not-for-profit educational art programs are fun and engaging for families with children 5 to 13 years of age, who do not attend daytime school regularly. In-person art programs are 1.5 hours long and are led by experienced professional artist instructors. Parents are encouraged to stay and assist if their children are 7 years of age or younger.
PLEASE NOTE: Safety protocols will still be in place, such as hand sanitizer stations in all facilities and the disinfecting of all equipment and high touch surfaces. Wearing of masks inside of AHF facilities will be determined based on Provincial announcements in the fall.
- Program Location:
- In-Person at Art Gallery of St. Albert
- St. Albert Place Visual Art Studios
- Little White School
- $12 for clay programs
- $15 for art program
- $8 for Exploring Art program (SHINE members save $2 with promo code!)
Can’t wait that long? Check out our amazing Community Art programs for all ages throughout the spring and summer months!
EXPLORING ART PROGRAMS: GALLERY TOUR AND ART PROJECT
- Exploring Art tours offer a multi-faceted approach to art education that inspires deeper learning. Students learn about the cultural, historical, and social contexts of artworks on display and explore works of art through themes that are relevant, engaging and thought-provoking.
- Through interactive tours and hands-on art activities, students will engage with the arts in a way that develops their curiosity and knowledge, while exploring themes of Spaces and Places, Materials and Process, and Art and Society.
- Maximum class size is six.
“Your class is a favorite… It has inspired not only a love of clay (hand&pottery) but storytelling and connection…” – Samantha, Homeschool parent