New Fall Classes and Workshops at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba

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Fall registration is open at The Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba for classes and workshops starting in September. Learn new skills while exploring your creativity this fall at the AGSM. From drawing and painting to ceramics and photography, art gallery classes are available for all ages and abilities. Try something new in a comfortable studio setting with our team of experienced artists and educators. New classes include animation, and travel photography.

For new-to-art individuals explore half-day workshops such as cartooning with celebrated local illustrator Curt Shoultz. Build a Dreamcatcher with Indigenous artist Jessie Jannuska in a workshop for families where parents, grandparents, and children can create a special project together. Short workshops are perfect for busy people who want to express their creativity in a social atmosphere.

For beginners or advanced learners who would like to spend more time in the studio developing their skills, we offer 6-10 week classes. The AGSM continues to offer popular introductory courses such as Pottery Wheel or Drawing, and open studios for adults.

Teens can work with talented artists in Digital Animation, or Cartooning/Manga classes.

For children, the popular After School Snack and Art features piñata sculptures, clay piggy banks, and Halloween Extravaganza. Saturday afternoons, young Art Stars create in Minecraft, Harry Potter, and superhero. Our classes build creativity and encourage personal expression in a safe, fun learning environment.

Community groups, businesses, and teachers are encouraged to book workshops, tours, or wellness retreats in advance.

Register early to secure your spot; spaces are limited!

The classes are all listed on the Art Gallery’s website: agsm.ca or contact the Art Gallery for a printed brochure. To register: please contact us in-person, over the phone, online, through the mail or fax.

For further information, please contact the Gallery at 204-727-1036.

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