Virtual Sunday Family Arts

Artist facilitator Austin Kwidzinksi teaching a virtual art class.
Artist facilitator Austin Kwidzinksi teaching a virtual art class.

October 4, 18; November 1, 15, 29; December 13

FREE | Virtual Art Class | All ages

1:30 – 2:00 pm

 

Join us for a series of virtual art making sessions with instructor Austin Kwidzinski, inspired by our regular Sunday Family Arts (SFA) program. Gather the household for a fun craft session that you can stream from Facebook Live from the comfort of your own home. Our projects are often based on current exhibitions, holidays, or relevant themes. This is a fun opportunity for little ones to practice their motor skills, and for parents to let loose and get creative. Details of the class will be posted at least a week before the class date, to give you time to gather the artmaking supplies around the house. Following each class, the recorded videos will be posted on our website for viewing at any time.

 

Thanks to the generosity of the Prospera Credit Union we are able to offer this program for free!

 

Upcoming Classes

November 1

November 15

November 29

December 13

Past Classes

Check out our past virtual artmaking sessions and don’t forget to share your completed project with us on social media by tagging #TheReachAtHome.

 

 

Paper City: Experiment with Paper Sculpture Techniques Symbols in Street Art

Fun with Flipbook Animation
My Surrealist Elephant
Bring Ink Figures to Life!

About Austin Kwidzinski

Austin Kwidzinski is an emerging artist, illustrator, and animator living and working the Fraser Valley. A recent graduate of University of the Fraser Valley’s BFA program, Austin has worked under the mentorship of established character designers like Marco Nelor and Anthony Jones. Austin has taught numerous art classes at The Reach, including Sunday Family Arts and Friday Family Arts.

 

KEEP TRACK & GIVE BACK

If you use this free resource with your students at school / at home, we’d love to hear from you! Send an email to Diana Hiebert (Curator of Learning and Community Engagement at The Reach) at dhiebert@thereach.ca, with your comments including the number and age range of participants. This statistical information is important to us as a not-for-profit organization and will allow us to continue offering this kind of content.