If you're looking to participate in some of our programs, check out our Outreach Groups.
We provide students with fun learning experiences that integrate in-depth observation and interpretation of art, exhibitions, and hands-on art-making activities. Programmes are curriculum-based – learning about specific artists or art movements throughout history, about art principles and techniques, or getting the chance to explore new mediums and methods.
We offer a number of opportunities for creative learning for students. We collaborate with schools to create initiatives specific to the interests, needs, and culture of each school, ranging from long-term projects to one-time workshops. Quest Art also offers students the chance to engage with the Youth Council – they can provide input on future programming they are interested in, as well as having access to youth-only classes, talks, and studio hours.
We create programmes for kids and adults to engage with various topics and contribute their own creativity and perspective. In partnership with CLH Developmental Support Services, we are proud to offer the space and materials for weekly art and craft activities. Participants can go beyond looking and talking about art, as they write, draw, build, and playfully explore a variety of activities.
We work with various organizations to bring art and recreational activities to people who need them. In partnership with CLH Developmental Support Services, Waypoint Mental Health Care Centre, the Alzheimer's Society, and more, we are proud to offer the space and materials for weekly art and craft activities. Participants can build confidence, physical dexterity, and social skills, as they write, draw, build, and playfully explore a variety of activities.