Apr 17 Jun 5 '21

3:00pm – 4:00pm

Ages 5-6
Students will try out a variety of media that may include drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, and printmaking.

Encouraging creativity, projects can be layered, mixed, and occasionally take more than one class to complete.

In order to help ensure the comfort and safety of all visitors and staff, as of August 11, the WAG has a mandatory face covering policy in place. We ask that all guests aged 5 and older wear a mask, scarf, or bandana that covers the nose and mouth while in public spaces at the Gallery.

As per our reopening protocols announced in May, we encourage physical distancing, tables/chairs/supplies are sanitized frequently, and all staff and patrons are asked to self-screen before coming.

You can read more about our safety measures here.


Kendra Okrusko

Kendra Okrusko is a multidisciplinary artist from Winnipeg, Manitoba who graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art Honours from the University of Manitoba in 2014. Okrusko’s work stories of her heritage exploring what our memory holds and what we forget. Her multi-disciplinary practice includes printmaking, photography, ceramics, and painting. Okrusko’s continuing series Distorted Landscapes is an evolution focusing on what makes us who we are. This series started with a love of looking into her families’ history. She takes inspiration from her grandfather’s old photographic slides and distorts the original image to make it entirely new. This process allows us to cherish the fleeting moments that could be easily forgotten. To view samples of Okrusko’s work you can visit her website: kendraokrusko.com


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