Our Education Philosophy

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.

Featured Blog Articles

Posted October 2017 by kate

Meaning and Metaphor in Frances Ferdinands’ Between Latitudes

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 […]

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Posted September 2017 by kate

Top 5 of Summer Camp

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 […]

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Posted August 2017 by kate

More than Ordinary Objects: An Interview with Artist David Wysotski

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 […]

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Posted July 2017 by kate

Fleeting Scenes: An Interview with Steve Kean

I met with photographer Steve Kean and SG Curator Olex Wlasenko about the exhibition Moving Landscapes. Aptly featured along the passageway that connects the boxcar to the gallery and overlooks the historic station, Steve’s photo series was captured on the move with an iPhone while travelling by train. On the table before us there was a box containing small-scale prints of all the images in […]

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Posted May 2017 by kate

Another Spectacular Show Draws to a Close

Station Gallery welcomed more than 300 guests at our 24th annual fundraising event, Drawing for Art, on April 27th! Fitting for Canada’s 150th anniversary, SG’s walls were filled with 150 artworks, a record-breaking number of donations. CKDO Radio morning host Terry Johnston brought his on-air personality in-person to emcee the event. Engaging the crowd with […]

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Posted November 2016 by wsg_admin


Glimpse 24th Annual Members Exhibition: Acceptance List

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 […]

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