The philosophy of children’s art classes at Station Gallery is centered on the exploration of our exhibitions, other artists and Big Ideas in the world around us.
Our courses are driven by our 21st Century Learning Model which connects art to things that are relevant and meaningful in the lives of SG kids.
We take a multi-dimensional approach that allows for a diversity of art-making processes, quality fine art materials and imaginative problem solving. We treasure individuality and providing Charismatic Arts Experiences in a friendly, supportive environment.
This may at times be a less traditional approach than expected, with depth of skills and concepts delivered hand-in-hand with technology to form engaging, contemporary and fun projects.
by Lindsay Childs, Intern Eat, drink and be merry. That is exactly what was happening at Station Gallery’s Holiday Market on November 18th, in conjunction with the 28th annual Holiday House Tour. The gallery was abuzz with holiday cheer and the sound of live music by Paul Greco playing the keyboard and Bruce Gorrie on […]Read More
by W.C. Allen, author of A Collection of Works By Florence Helena McGillivray, published by Friesen Press in 2016 I was thrilled at the attendance and comments received from the public opening and related events for the start of Station Gallery’s Finding Florence retrospective exhibition. It was my great pleasure to work with Olexander Wlasenko, […]Read More
by Anastasia Hare, Communications & Development Manager Station Gallery’s upcoming exhibition of Ingrid Ruthig’s work, Re|Visions brings together text and image in thoughtful and thought-provoking ways. It includes a series of 120 works about historic women creators, each woven out of paper, and including one part portrait and one part biography. The portrait images and […]Read More
by Anastasia Hare, Communications & Development Manager Station Gallery’s exhibition Between Latitudes is not only delightfully rich in colour and pattern, it’s also rich in meaning. History and metaphor underlie the featured works that span Sri Lankan born, Canadian artist Frances Ferdinands’ artistic production over the last ten years, reflecting both personal and cultural ideas in a variety of media, from painting and mixed media works to sculptural installation. Twenty-six […]Read More
by Reilly Fullerton, Summer Camp Supervisor As the supervisor of Station Gallery’s summer camp, I’d say that my job is pretty fun! Every day I do something new, and I get to meet so many amazing campers and witness all of the spectacular work that they do each week. I have the pleasure of working […]Read More
More than Ordinary Objects: An Interview with Artist David Wysotski by Anastasia Hare, SG Communications & Development Manager David Wysotski’s paintings in the exhibition Temporarily Mine at Station Gallery cleverly suggest searching beyond the life-sized renderings of the inherited objects that he depicts, and focusing on their eloquent portrayal. I’m intrigued by David’s use of […]Read More