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About iMAGine Arts Education Program
The iMAGine Arts Education Program offers exhibition tours, drop-in art activities, professional development opportunities, and more.
We operate with the belief that all individuals can enjoy and learn from visual art, regardless of age, ability, mobility, and financial situation. All upcoming programs will be listed on this page.
Book A Tour
We offer a 90 minute program:
Exhibition Tour (30 minutes)
Studio Project (60 minutes)
This time-frame is flexible. School programs contain a minimum of 3-5 curriculum connections for Art, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. Tours can be tailored to each groups needs.
Cost: $2.75 per person with a minimum rate of 10 people/$27.50. No art expertise is required for this program.
We understand during the pandemic of COVID-19 times are difficult and we are willing to discuss subsidizations for small groups and homeschoolers. Please contact
NEW - Virtual Programs
Current exhibitions can now be toured virtually!
We are currently offering a virtual education package with a VR experience from our exhibition Why The Caged Bird Sings - Immersive Engagements
Program categories can be tailored to be done remotely, live or in a prerecorded video. Contact the gallery educator to set up your virtual program. video. Cost: $2.75/student. Teachers, parents and chaperones are free.
Gallery Tours Program
In-house tours and related art-making activities for students and community groups, all ages. School tours are designed and customized to achieve specific SK curriculum outcomes for elementary to post-secondary students, and to achieve learning objectives specified by community groups (seniors, at-risk youth, individuals with disabilities, etc)
Family Programming: In-house drop-in visual arts activities on designated weekends & holidays, for families to learn skills and create art. Especially suited to low-income, young families - free.
Accessibility Programming: In-house/outreach activities designed for groups with special needs, including individuals with developmental disabilities, mental illness, or at-risk/justice system-involved youth (SHARE Art Class, Art Abilities)
Children's Art Camps: 1/2 day camps providing educational and entertaining art-making activities for children aged 6 - 12. Camps run during school breaks and in summer (7 weeks per year).
Community Art Exhibitions: Annual High School Juried Art Show with awards and reception for local students, and a summer Indigenous student display.
Seniors' Art Outreach Program: In gallery and in care homes. Hands-on activities specially designed for elderly participants and delivered in long-term care homes; 1 program is Intergenerational with Gr 5 students assisting.
School Outreach Activities: In-school, curriculum-based art projects that provide unique opportunities for students and professional development opportunities for teachers.
Community Event Outreach: Participation in community events such as street fairs, festivals, by offering arts activities/entertainment
Professional Development: Workshops for community artists striving to further their art practices; all experience levels. Provides employment for professional artists.