Finding activities for March Break can be a challenge. You want something that they will enjoy, something well worth the money, with adult supervision, a small class size and that suits your schedule. Easy right?
With so many different types of activities on offer and so many price ranges it can be difficult to decide what to do. We would like to be the answer to your search!
Sometimes all you have to do is ask the right questions...
Answer: Daniela Easter, program director, art educator and professional artist. And mom of two boys ages 12 and 10. Daniela will have student volunteers that have been trained to oversee their art activity. This provides teen mentorship to younger students and also helps teens see the positive results of giving back to their community. Every station has been well organized and advanced teaching strategies are used so that students can explore and learn in a way that is best for them.
WHAT...will my child do and learn?
Answer: Visual Art - drawing, painting, paper crafting and modelling. No drama, no dance, no music lessons. This is a private arts program that specializes in the visual arts. Each day will have different special art activities.
If you are looking for a macaroni and cotton ball Do-Whatever-You-Want kind of class, this isn't it. These activities are taught by a professional artist, in an easy to understand, progressive manner with a finished project in mind. Younger students will be instructed according to their abilities and older students will be challenged to try more advanced techniques. All of these activities have been tested and tried with students in the 6-13 year age range.
Answer: March 12-14 2019 Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
9:00 am to 12:00 pm or (Please bring 1 snack)
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm - (Please bring 1 snack)
9:00 am to 4:00 pm-(Please bring 2 snacks and a lunch)
Lunchtime activities will be provided.
WHERE...does it take place and where can I park?
Answer: Beaux-Arts Brampton Gallery, 70 Main St. N. Downtown Brampton. At the back of the gallery is a large workshop. There is free underground parking for an hour at the Rose Theatre parking lot, with a stairwell that comes up at our workshop doors. There is also a loading zone behind the gallery for easy drop off and pick up.
HOW...much does it cost?
Half Day Programs $50 per session per child
(9:00 am - 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm)
($50 + $6.50 HST=$56.50)
Full Day Program $75.00 per day per child
(9:00 am - 4:00 pm)
($75 + $9.75 HST = $84.75)
All materials are included.
Early bird discount of $10 per student until February 28 2019 midnight. Use coupon code EARLYBIRD at checkout!
All registration is now online. First, make a Family Account if you do not already have one. Then, choose the season (Winter 2019) and then the program (March Art Daze). Choose Full Day or per session. Then hit Search. If you have any questions, please contact us.
Progressive Art for Progressive Kids!
70 Main St. N. Unit 1