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.
Hi y’all We’re pleased to announce the artist-members’ listing accepted in this year’s juried exhibition! This year’s jurors, Kelly McCray, Steven Schwartz and Shelagh Stewart had the challenging task of selecting from a record number of works. With over 150 submissions, their challenge was to select works that make a strong statement in connection to […]Read More
Welcome to another Artist Spotlight. In this edition, Anong Migwans Beam chats about her current exhibition Submerged Landscapes. Read on to learn more about her work, and pop by SG to view it now until November 27. 1) Hi, Anong! Please tell us a little about yourself. My name is Anong Migwans Beam; I am […]Read More
We’re lucky here in the Durham Region. Arts and culture are thriving in our community right now. There are so many awesome places you can visit and events (often free ones) that you can take part in. Whether you’re a long-time culture lover and supporter or just starting to explore all our community has to […]Read More
Welcome to another installment of the Artist Spotlight series. This time, we asked photographer Steve Kean a few questions about his current exhibition Spina Bifida – Front to Back, on view now at Station Gallery until October 16. SG: Hi, Steve! Please tell us a little about yourself. SK: I’m 48, from Sudbury, Ontario. I […]Read More
Drawn from memory, her depictions of contemporary Inuit life were vivid and clearly defined. She gave an astonishing range, richness and immediacy to a long line of Inuit visual production. Her drawings added unnerving, tender, droll, jolting complexities to life in the North. Annie Pootoogook was a favourite artist when entering contemporary art discourses. I […]Read More
Station Gallery’s project spaces offer visitors a “quick-hit” art experience. Both the yourSpace and artCube are the most visible exhibition galleries. The sunlit corridor hosts an exciting array of community displays and local talent. In the lobby area, the artCube is usually a visitor’s first point of contact with art displayed at the gallery. We’re […]Read More