Our not-for-profit educational art programs are fun and engaging for children who are 5 to 13 years of age, who do not attend daytime school regularly.  

  • 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 under 7 years of age or younger.

Homeschool Art Programs  

Art Gallery of St. Albert provides fun, educational art programs instructed by professional art instructors right in the heart of downtown St. Albert. Our non-profit art programs are designed for families with children ages 5 to 13. 

Programs are 1.5 hours in length and parents are always welcome but required to stay and assist any children under 7 years of age.  

Get your family out of the house, take a personal break, or learn something new and leave the whole creative art making mess to us! 

 

Homeschool Art 2023

Program Day: Thursday (2 per month)

Program Time: 1:30 to 3 pm

Program Location: St. Albert Place Visual Art Studios, 5 St. Anne Street

Cost: $15 for all art programs (Recognized Homeschool Groups save $2 with their Promo Code when registering)

Instructor: Ms. Meena from now to December, Kerri Strobl from January to June

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Program Listing: 

  • November 24 Clay Jewelry: Artists will sculpt their own necklace pendant for themselves or someone special!
  • December 1 Wax & Watercolour Snowflakes: Artists will learn how to create the symmetry and balance of a delicate snowflake by experimenting with wax resist and watercolours.
  • December 8 Holidays Around the World Part 1: Artists will learn about holidays around the world and create 1-2 small projects that relate to the experience! (Christmas, Hanukkah)
  • December 15 Holidays around the world Part 2: Artists will learn about holidays around the world and create 1-2 small projects that relate to the experience! (Diwali, Bodhi Day)
  • December 22 Multimedia: Holidays around the world Part 3:  Artists will learn about holidays around the world and create 1-2 small projects that relate to the experience! (Chinese New Year, Ramadan/Eid Al-Fitr)
  • January 12 Graphic Storytelling: Draw and illustrate your own story
  • January 26 Urban Sketching: Come to St. Albert Place and draw “in situ” capturing life where you are.
  • February 9 Maps and Stories: Draw a map of a place that you create from your imagination.
  • February 23 Heroes and Monsters: Build a creative mask using cardboard, string, elastic, hot glue, collage materials and paint.
  • March 9 Fantasy Animals: Create an animal that no one has ever heard of along with its unique habitat
    using cardboard, hot glue, collage materials and paint.
  • March 23 Embroidered Patch: Design and make your own unique patch using embroidery hoops, felt, embroidery floss and embroidery needles.
  • April 13 Hand Stitching: Bring a wellloved item of clothing and learn how to patch it up or make simple alterations by hand.
  • April 27 Stitch Journal: Create a fabric journal for practicing embroidery and drawing with thread.
  • May 11 Positive and Negative: Collagraphs, frottage, monoprints and relief prints
  • May 25 Landscapes: learn about capturing the landscape around you using figurative and abstract techniques in dry and wet media.
  • June 8 Papier Maché Creatures: Learn how to build amazing sculptures using papier maché.
  • June 22 Collective Drawing: Make a largescale drawing with your family or group of friends.

Exploring Art

Exploring Art Field-Trips offer a multi-faceted approach to art education that inspires deeper learning for students, teachers, and community groups of all ages.  

Learn more about this program here!

 


“Your class is a favorite… It has inspired not only a love of clay (hand&pottery) but storytelling and connection…” – Samantha, Homeschool parent