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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

-from Klondike Institute of Art and Culture

Multidisciplinary Youth Art Project (Kensington Community Centre, Vancouver)

“Multidisciplinary Youth Art Project: Collaborative Performance Creation Process & Workshop

A new performance process & workshop for youth ages 13-18 is starting at Kensington Community Centre this fall! No Experience Necessary!
Professional artists facilitate explorations in dance, theatre, film, writing, visual art, music & crafts to investigate themes related to the environment.”

For more information, please visit Made in BC’s facebook.

Read Made in BC’s profile in 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

“Youth Ride” art project: Open House – Be a Cog in the Wheel for Change! (Glen Haven, NS)

4cs - Open house invite, Be a Cog

Be a Cog in the Wheel of Change!
Open House & Silent Art Auction
Saturday, January 18th 1:00 -­ 5:00pm
Paul’s Hall (upstairs in the GPI Youth Studio)
12286 Peggy’s Cove Road, Glen Haven

Enjoy snacks and refreshments, learn more about our ‘Youth Ride!’ art project, try out bicycle art and find out how you can be involved. Our final installation will be on exhibit at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia during their ‘2-­‐Wheeler’
Exhibit all about bikes (June – August 2014), and at our new Youth Studio at Paul’s Hall. Silent Art Auction: Art generously donated by painter Leya Evelyn: Upcoming project workshop dates: Saturday, January 25th & February 8th 1:30-­4:30

Contact Jen Organ for more details:
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-submitted by Terri Whetstone, 4Cs Foundation

CUE Arts Grants for Youth (Toronto)

CUE Artist Callout

Do you have an urgent idea for an art project?

CUE is a radical arts initiative dedicated to supporting emerging artists (under 30 yrs. old) who live and work on the margins, and face barriers to connecting with arts funding and support. Do you need funding and support to make it happen? Artists working in any discipline can apply for up to $1000 to create a project.

DROP-IN DATES: CUE Program Facilitator Elisha Lim will be at 180 Sudbury St. (CUE and SKETCH office) to consult with you on your project proposal: October 15, October 22, November 1, November 5, November 15, 1-5 p.m.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: NOVEMBER 15, 2013. Contact You must speak with CUE before submitting an application. See website for more info and application/guidelines. Check out for more info.”

-submitted by Sonya Reynolds, SKETCH

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