School Programs at Glance

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Art Explorers is a 1.5 hour gallery tour program that expands students’ understanding of art through a fun, sensory-based looking approach.  Art Explorers is designed for teachers in search of a multidisciplinary learning experience to introduce art appreciation, the elements of art and other curriculum topics to their students.  The Art Explorers tour program takes place at Art Gallery of St Albert and welcomes all grade levels!

Studio Programs (Clay and Multimedia):

Workshops take place on weekdays in the St Albert Place Visual Arts Studios (located at 5 St Anne Street).  Visual arts workshops enhance school curricula in social studies, language arts, science, religion and math, as well as art.  Professional instruction inspires each student to create a project with success, in a child and student centered environment.  Students are given the opportunity to use their imagination, make choices and express themselves in a visual form.  Instructors can adapt projects for students of different religious faiths or cultural backgrounds.  Click here to search our Studio Programs by Grade Level.

Outreach Programs:

Workshops take place at your school.  Visual arts workshops enhance school curricula in social studies, language arts, science, religion and math, as well as art.  Professional artist facilitators encourage students to express themselves visually. Hands on workshops offer students unique opportunities to explore a variety of materials, equipment and techniques often not available in regular school programs.  Click here to search our Outreach Programs by grade level.

Youth Gallery:

Located in the Arden Theatre lobby within St Albert Place, the Youth Gallery provides youth with opportunities to exhibit their artwork, building confidence and encouraging artistic development. Art can be displayed for a month or more at a time, depending on the number of bookings received throughout the year.


We are now able to offer two new ways for homeschool parents to register their children in art classes that complement and integrate the Alberta curriculum.