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Call for Instructors: Youth Art Enrichment (KIAC, Dawson City)

KIAC is seeking Yukon-based instructors for Youth Art Enrichment, a four-day intensive arts program for Yukon high school students, held in Dawson City, Yukon in March, 2019. Each instructor will teach a group of eight to twelve students in their selected medium for the duration of the program.

The goal of the Youth Art Enrichment program is to provide Yukon high school aged students with an intensive learning experience in one discipline, giving students the time to develop skills and to learn from professional artists.

Examples of previous Youth Art Enrichment courses include: Encaustics, Screen-printing, Digital Photography, Carving, Film, Animation, Improv & Acting, Mixed Media, Beading, Drawing, Painting, Paper-making.
Qualifications: Interested candidates should be practicing artists who have experience working with and instructing youth (ages 14 and up) in an intensive classroom environment. Candidates should also have excellent communication and organizational skills. *please note: successful candidates will be required to provide a criminal record check

Duration: March 10-15, 2019 (program runs from March 11-14).

Wage: $35.00 an hour for class time, preparation, the final exhibition, and clean up – a total of 38 hours. A travel subsidy, meals and accommodation for out-of-town instructors are also provided.

How to apply: Complete a YAE Instructor Application, found here

Closing Date for Applications: Dec 3, 2018 @ 4:30 pm

For more info or to submit an application, contact:
Programs Manager – programs[at]kiac.ca”

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture
Read KIAC’s profile on ArtBridges’ Community-Engaged Arts Directory and Map

Call for Instructors: Youth Art Enrichment (KIAC, Dawson City)

KIAC is seeking Yukon-based instructors for Youth Art Enrichment, a four-day intensive arts program for Yukon high school students, held in Dawson City, Yukon in March, 2019. Each instructor will teach a group of eight to twelve students in their selected medium for the duration of the program.

The goal of the Youth Art Enrichment program is to provide Yukon high school aged students with an intensive learning experience in one discipline, giving students the time to develop skills and to learn from professional artists.

Examples of previous Youth Art Enrichment courses include: Encaustics, Screen-printing, Digital Photography, Carving, Film, Animation, Improv & Acting, Mixed Media, Beading, Drawing, Painting, Paper-making.
Qualifications: Interested candidates should be practicing artists who have experience working with and instructing youth (ages 14 and up) in an intensive classroom environment. Candidates should also have excellent communication and organizational skills. *please note: successful candidates will be required to provide a criminal record check

Duration: March 10-15, 2019 (program runs from March 11-14).

Wage: $35.00 an hour for class time, preparation, the final exhibition, and clean up – a total of 38 hours. A travel subsidy, meals and accommodation for out-of-town instructors are also provided.

How to apply: Complete a YAE Instructor Application, found here

Closing Date for Applications: Dec 3, 2018 @ 4:30 pm

For more info or to submit an application, contact:
Programs Manager – programs[at]kiac.ca”

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture
Read KIAC’s profile on ArtBridges’ Community-Engaged Arts Directory and Map

Free Youth Art Series: Create With Clay II (Klondike Institute of Art & Culture, Dawson City)

“Learn hand-building basics from local potter Philomene Campeau! With clay you can make almost anything! Cups, bowls, animal/creature sculptures, treasure boxes, beads, wind-chimes and more! You’ll learn hand-building techniques and how to glaze (paint) your pottery. Drop by one class or try them all!”

For more information, please visit kiac.ca

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture

Yukon Riverside Arts Festival (Aug 16-19, Dawson City)

“The Yukon Riverside Arts Festival takes place in many venues around Dawson City on Discovery Days weekend, particularly the open-air Riverside Park & Gazebo. The festival aims to provide an accessible environment for community members and visitors to interact directly with the arts and explore their creativity. We welcome artists practicing traditional and non-traditional contemporary art from the Yukon and abroad presenting a wide range of events, including exhibitions, workshops, lectures, public art, live music, an art market and more. Most festival events are free of charge.

The Yukon Riverside Arts Festival
August 16th – 19th, 2018
Want to Volunteer? Email kiac[at]kiac.ca”

For more information, please visit kiac.ca

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture website
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Call for Submissions: Yukon Riverside Arts Festival (Deadline June 30)

“The Yukon Riverside Arts Festival provides an accessible environment for community members and visitors to interact with and celebrate the arts. The Festival welcomes artists practicing traditional and contemporary art forms and features exhibitions, artist demonstrations, lectures, live music, art installations, and art market, and more!”

For more information, please visit: kiac.ca

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture
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Call for Applications: Youth Art Enrichment (Klondike Institute of Art & Culture, Dawson City)

What is Youth Art Enrichment (YAE)?
Now in its 17th year, YAE is an annual four-day intensive art program for Yukon youth hosted by the Klondike Institute of Art & Culture in Dawson City.

Artistically-inclined youth (aged 14-18) travel from across the Yukon to take part in intensive workshops with a professional artist. Students will choose one of three courses to study for the duration of the program, in which they will hone their skills through daily exercises and explore creative ways to express their ideas.

When is YAE?
Previously held over four days during the first week in November, the program will now be held from March 19-22, 2018. Students coming from out of town will travel to Dawson from Whitehorse on March 18 and return on March 23. A bus will be provided by the Department of Education.

What workshops are being offered in 2018?

DIY Printmaking and Screenprinting
with Rian Lougheed-Smith
Lead by local DIY print-master, this immersive workshop will run through a variety of basic concepts that are part of many different printmaking techniques. You’ll work with stencils, stamps, block printing, and screen printing, giving you the skills to print your own posters, shirts, art, signs, stamps. Once you learn these basic skills, the skies the limit! The focus will be on experimenting, “Do It Yourself” skills and recycled and re-purposed tools. In this workshop you will: make stamps, make stencils, learn to silkscreen, and combine techniques to make mixed media pieces.

Collage and Mixed Media
with Meshell Melvin
This workshop takes a painterly approach to collage, building images in new ways with familiar materials. Collage technique is an excellent vehicle for learning and practicing the elements and principals of design. The mixed media portion of the program takes the collage one step further, incorporating drawing, painting and relief.

Stop Motion Filmmaking
with Angela Edmunds
Have you ever wondered how they create Wallace & Gromit or those countless Lego movies on YouTube? Come find out! From storyboarding to editing, this workshop will provide participants with a technical introduction to the art of stop motion animation. During the course of the week, participants will experiment with various materials, including felt, wire, Plasticine and Lego, to create their own short stop motion film.”

For more information and application forms, please visit KIAC’s website. Deadline to apply is February 16, 2018.

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture website
Read KIAC’s profile on ArtBridges’ Community-Engaged Arts Directory and Map

Call for Instructors: Youth Art Enrichment (Klondike Institute of Arts and Culture)

KIAC is seeking Yukon-based instructors for Youth Art Enrichment, a four-day intensive arts program for Yukon high school students, held in Dawson City, Yukon in March, 2018. Each instructor will teach a group of eight to twelve students in their selected medium for the duration of the program.

The goal of the Youth Art Enrichment program is to provide Yukon high school aged students with an intensive learning experience in one discipline, giving students the time to develop skills and to learn from professional artists.

Examples of previous Youth Art Enrichment courses include: Encaustics, Screen-printing, Digital Photography, Carving, Film, Animation, Improv & Acting, Mixed Media, Beading, Drawing, Painting, Paper-making.”

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture website
Read KIAC’s profile on ArtBridges’ Community-Engaged Arts Directory and Map