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 Pam Noonan, SG Administrative Coordinator Volunteers make what we do at SG possible! Our energetic volunteers help make our programs and events run smoothly…and a lot of fun! When you volunteer with SG, you connect our community members to local arts and cultural experiences, while developing new friendships and sharing the enjoyment of creativity. In celebration […]Read More
by Laura Wilson, SG Marketing and Communications Intern from Durham College’s Public Relations program Hi! My name is Laura and I am the Marketing and Communications Intern at Station Gallery. As I begin my exciting four-month journey, I wanted to share why I chose SG as my internship location. It’s no secret that SG has […]Read More
By Anastasia Hare, SG Communications & Development Manager Amazed at the graphic punch, size and number of the vintage posters on display at Station Gallery, I contacted local poster collector and restorer Dan Miles to hear about what motivates his collection. AH: What started your interest in posters, collecting and restoration? Have you always been […]Read More
by Laura Wilson Marketing and Communications Intern from Durham College’s Public Relations program In the latest Art Talk presentation, SG Curator Olexander Wlasenko explored the role food has played in visual art. In the talk, titled Looks Good Enough to Eat, Olex examined food in art throughout decades and how it reflects upon life during the period in which these artworks were created. The relationship between […]Read More
By Anastasia Hare, SG Communications & Development Manager I was thrilled to have the opportunity to view Sheryl A. Keen’s recent series of mixed-media works in State of Mind: Remixing & Deconstructing Beliefs on exhibition in Station Gallery’s Jill Dyall Community Gallery. I marvelled at the many textures that Sheryl incorporated into her work when […]Read More
Written by Anastasia Hare SG Communications & Development Manager Spanning Station Gallery’s exhibition spaces with fantastical scenes painted in lively, sweeping brushstrokes, A Short Trip to the Infinite stirs an excitement of exploration. The large scale paintings, sculptures and installations by Toronto-based artist Gillian Iles contain many cues and clues that lead us on a journey. There are dark […]Read More