*Please note, summer pottery programs are limited due to studio closures for renovations.

$130.00

Arts and Heritage Foundation St. Albert

Arts and Heritage Camp

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Instructor: Heather Shepherd, Ayla LaPierre, Brett Lamoureux, Sharon Rose Kootenay

This is a four-day exploration of arts, heritage, creativity, and learning. We will spend each morning at one of St. Albert’s historic sites to learn about the city’s rich Métis and Francophone histories, gardening and grain elevators. We will then walk to the nearby Art Gallery of St Albert and spend a creative afternoon exploring new art skills through painting, fibre art, clay and more!

 

Be sure to pack a lunch and weather-suitable clothing as some programming may be held outdoors. 

 

All supplies included. 


 

Full Schedule :

Mornings at St. Albert Historic River Lots + Grain Elevators 

Tuesday July 16 from 10 am–11:45 am   

Wednesday July 17 from 10 am–11:45 am  

Thursday July 18 from 10 am–11:45 am  

Friday July 19 from 10 am–11:45 am  

 

Daily Supervised lunch break and walking to Art Gallery of St. Albert: 

11:45 am–12:45 pm 

 

Afternoons at Art Gallery of St. Albert

Tuesday July 16 from 12:45 pm–2:30 pm 

Wednesday July 17 from 12:45 pm–2:30 pm 

Thursday July 18 from 12:45 pm–2:30 pm 

Friday July 19 from 12:45 pm–2:30 pm 

 

Ages: 8–13


$130.00

Discover what others have to say about our classes!

What was your favourite part of the class?

"I enjoyed every aspect of the class, from the freedom to create projects to the support provided by Shirley during challenges, such as throwing items on the wheel."

JoanClass: Pottery Throwing Level 2

"We enjoyed the comfortable, welcoming atmosphere and received great instruction. Loved it!"

ColleenClass: Bead a Flower Pin

"I loved that Heather came around and asked each of us what we wanted to get out of that class. Then she did demos each class based on that."

VanessaClass: Pottery Throwing Level 2

"The program brought together an excellent group of people with different levels of treaty knowledge. I loved how Celina approached topics with openness and empathy. Her discussion of the generational impacts of residential schools was very moving. Additionally, her sharing of her family’s oral histories of negotiating and signing treaties was eye-opening."

ReganClass: We Are All Treaty People: Stitch your own Treaty 6 Needlework Sampler

"Watching my daughter have a great time getting her hands dirty and hearing her talk about how much she loves clay now."

FelicityClass: Kids Clay

"Each class explores a different medium and the kids love it!"

Lennon and MaelleClass: Artventures