Summer Art Education Program

The Blockhouse School Project is pleased to introduce our new Art Education Studio and Photographer/Visual Art instructor Valérie Leduc.

Join us for our first workshop:

Find your Inner Creativity

Sunday, June 15th, 1pm to 4pm at the Blockhouse School

Express yourself! Spend an exciting afternoon with visual artist and educator Valérie Leduc. Learn innovative ways to be more creative, find inspiration, and unblock your inner artist. Valérie is well-known in the area for her fine art photography, inspiring classes and creative energy. The class fee is $25 per person, materials included.

Please call 531-2309 or email email hidden; JavaScript is required to register.

Summer Art education programs at the Blockhouse School

12 Hour Art Programs run for 8 weeks, 1.5 hours per week

Portrait Photography

Begins on Tuesday, July 8th. Fee: $75 per person

8 weeks, 1.5 hours per week
Learn how to take beautiful, creative portrait photography of your friends and family, at home or at your next special occasion! Instructor Valérie Leduc covers basic techniques such as composition, lighting, angles, plus special tips and tricks to help you gain the confidence you need to take portrait photos. Valérie has a degree in Photography from Marsan College, Montreal.

Art History projects for Youth

Begins on Wednesday, July 9th. Fee: $75 per person
8 weeks, 1.5 hours per week
In this class, participants are encouraged to look at art making in a new way, as we explore different techniques and mediums discovered via the amazing “History of Art”. Building a project in 8 weeks, instructor Valérie Leduc shows us how to draw inspiration from the past to make something new today. This is art as you have never seen it before!

Artistic Photography

Begins Thursday, July 9th. Fee: $75 per person

8 weeks, 1.5 hours per week

Instructor Valérie Leduc shows participants how to approach photography as a fine-art medium within contemporary art practice.  This course emphasizes the develop­ment of your artistic vision, encouraging you to explore a broad range of issues and styles.

For more information or to register, please contact Gail Tuttle: email hidden; JavaScript is required or 531-2309.

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