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Our School Visits staff are hard at work generating new content to support your remote learning and/or digital education. We will be uploading additional content regularly to guide creative explorations in the arts – visit this page for the latest updates!
Check out our archive of Live Crafternoons! These visual arts activities are inspired by our programming at Harbourfront Centre and have been modified to include materials you are likely to have at home.
Blind contour drawings are fun and full of unexpected surprises! They challenge our concentration and are a good way to learn how to see details.
Shadow puppets are fun to make, but are also a wonderful way of telling a story. You may want to entertain your family with a shadow puppet performance!
A flip book is a fun way to understand how pictures can appear to move. It’s almost like making a mini-movie!
Artmaking materials are everywhere around your home. Old toys, cardboard boxes, plastic bottles and other recyclables could be used to make your very own found object sculpture!
Drawing your face is a great way to notice unique things about yourself, other people and improve your drawing skills.
We all have stories to tell! Our imaginations are amazing at making up characters to help us tell our stories.
Artists of all ages have looked to our city and all its beautiful locations for inspiration in their artmaking. What does your part of Toronto look like?
Printmaking is a magical process and full of wonderful surprises. You can make the same image again and again, and you can change the image by adding different colours!