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CREATE

The Baxter Arts Centre
Where Creativity meets Community

The Baxter Arts Center is a dynamic space where creativity meets community through arts education, activity and engagement. 
 
We are committed to providing experiential learning through play, making and doing.  Our diverse range of programming supports arts education for all skill levels and ages while also aiming to build community, creative fundamentals and confidence.

Our workshops span a wide range of creative fields: writing, fibre arts, painting & visual arts, yoga, dance, singing and so much more! 

Check out all of our workshops to see what may suit your interests.

We encourage you to try something new! Remember: doing new things builds curiosity, challenges you and is healthy for your brain.

 

What People are Saying...

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for the lovely march break camp you put on last week.  You enriched our children’s lives by introducing them to textures, new materials and art processes. Every day my children came home inspired, excited for art and design and surprisingly zen- lol.  Well done!  I can’t wait to see the finished product. 
Sonya

Just a taste of the courses we have on offer this Spring and Summer

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Artists' Open Studio

Carve out a time to settle in and create weekly. Our Open Studio sessions offer a consistent time where you can enjoy a laidback setting, receive feedback from other artists all experience levels welcome.

Please bring your own materials, anything and everything is welcome!

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Drawing from Observation

with Jodi Shuster

Improve your drawing skills! Using still life set-ups, we will learn to draw from observation. Line quality and proportions will be some of the topics we’ll be covering.

No previous experience necessary. Some materials provided. Please email programs@baxterartscentre.org for a full list of required materials.

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Secrets of Seed Starting

with Lise Bois

This two-part series on seed starting considers the WHEN, WHAT and WHERE of planning your garden this Spring. Part II we look at transplanting your seedling for Summer.

Please register with Baxter or by emailing our Program Manager at programs@baxterartscentre.org.

Part of our PWYC programs.

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