This week at the Gallery – July 8 – 14

Beaverbrook Art GalleryJuly 5, 20190 Comments

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Guided Summer tours

July 1 – August 23: Discover the gallery with informative and inspiring guided tours! These one hour tours are offered daily and for all visitors to the gallery. Free with admission.

Monday through Saturday
10 am English
11 am French
1 pm English
2 pm French
3 pm English

Sundays and Holidays
1 pm English
2 pm French
3 pm English

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Thursday night art class: Thursday, 7:00- 9:00 pm. All skill levels are welcome, ages 16+. Cost is free for members, $15 per session for non-members; materials are included. Please register by calling 458-2028

July 11: Braelyn Cyr will lead participants in explorations of a variety of techniques seen within Carl Beam’s work in the exhibition, Carl Beam: One Who is Brave-Hearted. This will include an array of media techniques such as alcohol and watercolour mixing, collages, gouache and acrylic water mixing, image transferring, ink painting, monochromatic imagery, and a variation of etching.

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Art for Tots: Fridays from 10:00- 10:45 am - Children ages 2-5 and their parents participate in fun art games, hands-on activities, and storytelling. Cost is free for members, $10 per session for non-members; materials are included. Please register by calling 458-2028

July 12: Landscape in Layers

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Artistica Summer Art Camps: Summer camps for young artists at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Campers create their own art projects, spend lunch watching the Calithumpians, and play games on the Green. Call 458-2028 to register or click here for more information.

July 8 to 12: Travelers, ages 9-12. Only 9 spots remain!

July 15 to 19: Chipmunks, ages 5-8. Sold out!

July 22 to 26: Storytellers, ages 9-12. Only 8 spots remain!

 

For more information about regular programming, click here

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