Art classes and programs begin at the Moose Jaw Museum and Art Gallery.
Due to the current circumstances of COVID-19, some classes will be virtual, but they still offer in-person sessions.
Registration is required for all classes, said Christy Schweiger, MJMAG Educator Coordinator: “All of our programs have online registration. We want to minimize our contact factor. So that they [people] can visit our website at www.mjmag.ca. With our school programs, there is a link under learning. With our public program there is also a link to an art class.
Coming up, MJMAG is offering in-person classes for teens and adults, such as painting watercolor projects on Fridays from October 15 to November 5, drawing using geometry starting in November and many more. courses available.
All course fees are listed on the website.
For teachers and schools, the MJMAG has set up online programs that will be launched on Monday: “What we do is we provide kits and instructions and I provide a virtual link and we carry out our projects. artistic and look at the exhibitions virtually. So we always have great arts programs for schools and teachers to help them complete their arts education. Said Schweiger.
Teachers can also access these programs on the MJMAG website.
If children want to continue learning and practicing their art outside of class, MJMAG is ready for them too.
The museum also offers lessons for amateur and intermediate children.
Many of these lessons have a fall theme, but there are also advanced drawing lessons for ages 9 and up.
The museum doesn’t stop there either.
They make art classes attractive and accessible to everyone with their “creation” classes.
Invite people with learning disabilities and special needs to participate in fun and creative environments.
The art gallery has also released new exhibitions called Blazes Along The Trail: Exploring David Milne’s Imaginative Vision and Uninstall by Belinda Harrow.
The MJMAG is open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. from Tuesday to Sunday and offers special openings every Wednesday morning from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. for seniors and people with immunosuppression.
You can find more information about the art programs and classes as well as the exhibitions at www.mjmag.ca.