Beat-Boxing Workshop with Unity Charity
Learn how to beat-box from Toronto's greats! Practice technique, skill, collaboration and getting audition/performance ready!
3:30 - 5:30 pm
Break-dancing Workshop with Unity Charity
Bust a move and break it down! Learn the 101s of break-dancing in a safe and supportive atmosphere — beginners welcome! Led by Tafiya (aka Bboy Anansi) from Unity Charity. For more details join the drop-in Facebook group.
4 - 5 pm Open Practice
5 - 7 pm Breakdancing 101 workshop
Skateboard building with Oasis Skateboard Factory
Learn to build a skateboard from scratch! Press, build and design your own skateboard, longboard or mini board!
*Space is limited to 15 people. We have 7 more skateboard building spots left for the spring term! First come basis!
Fashion Futures with the Textile Museum of Canada, Art Gallery of Ontario and Arts for Children and Youth
Smart is Beautiful
Thursday June 12 from 3:30-5:30 pm
Show the world how you’re feeling by creating an armband or headband to reflect your mood. Learn how to create a soft circuit using conductive thread and LED lights.
Fantasy to Fabrication
Thursday June 19 from 3:30-5:30 pm
Watch our 3D printer in action while you design your own original, printable 3D model that is functional both in digital and real space.
PLUS! Stay tuned for some summer graffiti art lessons!
Learn the ins and outs of working with graffiti styles from one of Toronto's leading graf artists, EGR! Work safely together and create a collaborative piece.
All FREE After Three activities take place in the Weston Family Learning Centre (WFLC).
Access to the WFLC is TOTALLY FREE! No need to purchase entrance to the Gallery.
There's also a Cafe to eat at and FREE wifi to use.
Attention all High School students! Did you know you can visit the Gallery for FREE after 3 pm Tuesday to Friday. Simply present a valid student ID at the ticket desk.
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS--- TPSC's HUMAN RIVER
Toronto Public Space Committeeâs Human River campaign is transforming Fort York's Blue Barracks into a free, open-space art gallery for a full week this October.
To make it all work, we need you--- our Giottos, our Jack Kirbys; our painters, illustrators--- creative talents galore!
In its third year, Human Riverâs annual celebration of Garrison Creek is expanding to include more art and community based public forums. This will involve film screenings, visual ecology workshops, art education seminars for schoolchildren, a comics jam with some of Canada's most renowned graphic novelists, and, of course, our storytelling parade down the river's path in Toronto's west end