Art Camp for Kids




Summer Art Camp

Monday, July 8 to Friday, August 16

Ages 6-8 and 9-12 • Week-long sessions • July 8-Aug 16
Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm • Early drop-off from 8:30am and late pick up until 5pm

Registration for Summer Art Camp on now!

Campers will explore gallery exhibitions, create art, go on exciting field trips, and stage their own mini-exhibition at the end of the week. Free pizza on Friday.

$225/week • $200/week for WAG members
Short week Aug 6-9:
$200/week • $180/week for WAG members

Choose from four exciting themes:
Natural Creations: Take in the wonders of the natural world with outdoor treasure hunting and gathering. Explore the Gallery to see how artists use nature in their artwork, and then create your own natural masterpiece.

Visions of the World: Travel the world through art - from India to Europe and beyond! Then, create your own collection of art that highlights your favourite places in the world. 

Art of Code: Design your own sculptural and functional moving robot in this tech-based camp that melds art and coding, offered in partnership with Canada Learning Code.

The Art of Gaming: Develop a unique video game and put your characters in motion in this technology camp that combines art and gaming thanks to a partnership with Canada Learning Code.

Week 1, July 8-12 • Ages: 6-8 • Theme: Natural Creations
Week 2, July 15-19 • Ages: 9-12 • Theme: Natural Creations
Week 3, July 22-26 • Ages: 6-8 • Theme: Visions of the World
Week 4, July 29-Aug 2 • Ages: 9-12 • Theme: Visions of the World
Week 5, Aug 6-9 • Ages: 6-8 • Theme: Art of Code
Week 6, Aug 12-16 • Ages: 9-12 • Theme: The Art of Gaming


Registration on now at

For programming questions please contact Aline at 204.789.1763 or

For registration inquiries please contact Annick at 204.789.1766 or

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Gallery Hours

  • Tuesday 11am-5pm
  • Wednesday 11am-5pm
  • Thursday 11am-5pm
  • Friday 11am-9pm
  • Saturday 11am-5pm
  • Sunday 11am-5pm
  • Closed Monday

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