Stephenson Park Meeting – Tuesday April 2, 2013
An exciting new option for parents looking to broaden their kids’ horizons! Colour Creative is owned and operated by local artist (and mother of two) Andria Keen, who has worked in many mediums and has participated in several gallery shows – mainly for her sculptures. Andria tells us that she is honoured to have the opportunity to share her knowledge and love of various art forms with others and in doing so, to explore with them the joy, wonder and pride that they experience when they tap into their creativity through the wonderful outlet of art. More from Andria:
Colour Creative started as an idea for an art-based after-school care program, has grown into a budding art school for children ages 4 to 13, located in a cozy home environment just off Danforth near Coxwell.
Colour Creative offers a range of children’s courses throughout the year. The Spring 2013 calendar offers six courses including sculpture, drawing, art history/journaling and Arts Mart featuring a collage of mediums for the younger ones. A key theme throughout all the courses is strengthening foundational skills and paying attention to light and shade.
Also popular is the Art Passport, available to any age, which offers five one-hour private sessions for $80.00 (on Saturdays and Sundays).
In addition, this year will be Colour Creative’s first summer, and plans are currently in the works for an Artful July, so stay tuned!
For more information on how you can illuminate your child’s creative spark, click here for the Colour Creative Facebook Page, call (647-764-5336), or click here to email for more information. You can also pick up a Colour Creative activity postcard available at many of the awesome shops along the Danforth.