The Station Gallery Schools Program
Bring your class to explore the gallery and create art in our studios, or invite us to come to you! From cross-curricular lessons to teacher PD, SG has comprehensive – and fun –formal education programs for students of all ages.
Station Gallery is pleased to offer a variety of gallery and outreach programs that link to your curriculum needs and provide fantastic opportunities for students to create their own art inspired by the exhibitions.
Explore what we have to offer through the links below. To sign up or to get more details, please contact Natalie Kauffman, Education Manager, at 905.668.4185 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Grades JK to 12
Offered throughout the academic year, our gallery visits offer in-depth opportunities for students to thematically connect with our Permanent Collection in a vibrant setting. See what’s new for the 2016 - 2017 school year!
Each program is based on a thematic exploration of artwork and enhances critical thinking, interdisciplinary approaches to learning, vocabulary and skill development through a variety of excitingly creative interactive exercises.
All of our smART tours are genuinely cross-curricular.
Learn more about smART Gallery Tours
Grades 4 to 8
This award-winning gallery and studio day is offered with a subsidy for grades 4 and up for a limited time, twice a year on chosen exhibitions. Gallery exhibition visits offer in-depth opportunities for students to connect with artworks in a gallery setting. See the dynamic exhibitions & programs for fall & winter 2016 - 2017 school year!
Each program is based on a thematic exploration of artwork and enhances critical thinking, interdisciplinary approaches to learning, vocabulary and skill development through a variety of creative interactive processes and exercises.
Learn more about our subsidized Arts Infused program
Gallery on the Go
Grades 4 to 8
Need us to come to you? Invite our artwork and art-making workshop to your school. No bus, no fuss, no muss! Okay, maybe a little muss. But that's the fun!
In this workshop, students will develop their critical thinking and literacy skills by exploring myths and legends in First Nations culture. Working collaboratively, students respond to the artwork and create a correlating piece of art using text and printmaking techniques to tell their own story.
Learn more about bringing SG programs to your school
Engaging with real works of art is a brilliant way to inspire learning across a range of subjects, including literacy, history, drama, art and design. Our fun and practical training will help you develop new ideas and skills you can apply inside and outside the classroom.
Learn more about Teacher PD at SG