Winter has inspired many great artists to create incredible pieces, but it spreads its charms over everyone. Young talents came to the Estevan Art Gallery and Museum (EAGM) to turn their inspiration into beautiful little crafts.
The EAGM ran two one-day camps for younger kids during the winter break. Participants made snowflakes out of coloured coffee filters, did some polar bear and penguin art, using different mediums and techniques. They also had a chance to make slime.
About 20 kids participated in the camps altogether. The EAGM keeps experimenting with its programming to accommodate the needs of their participants.
“We just keep trying different times and lengths, and morning or afternoon,” said gallery programming co-ordinator Karly Garnier.
While camps are for kids only, the EAGM also runs a family art program for both children and their guardians. Family art is for younger kids and it runs every Thursday and Friday morning.