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PD Day Art Camps

| Schurman Family Studio
PD Day camps are now available for registration

Looking to nurture your child’s interest in visual arts? Sign them up for our PD Day Art Camps in the Schurman Family Studio. Through a combination of guided and open-ended activities, your young artist will create paintings, sculptures, drawings, and various crafts.

Alongside these activities campers will get in-depth tours of our current exhibitions, giving students a unique opportunity to explore art through both hands-on and observational experiences.
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$50
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
12
6-12
Evan Furness
PD Day Camps and Registration Dates

 

April 1                          PD Day Camp (Registration Open)

May 6                           PD Day Camp (Registration Open)

 

Family Discount

A family discount is applied to families attending 3 or more PD camps in the same term (October-December, January-March, April-May)

 

For questions relating to PD Camps, please contact artseducation@confederationcentre.com 

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