April - January
Youth 18-30 who identify with the experience of disability will work with guest artists to develop media arts and photography skills, and to explore disability, identity, and community. Project culminates in a gallery show.
7:00 - 8:30 pm
$260 + HST and 3% CIF
Powered By Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital
Accessible Arts Initiative. Get creative! Young adults 16-29 will engage with clay and ceramics, painting, fiber and textile arts. With guest musician Thiago Marques and guest artist Graeme Longland. Materials take into account the sensory component of art making. Open-ended, and process-oriented, an opportunity for self-expression and creative exploration, in a social and group environment. Designed for young adults with developmental disabilities and ASD and open to all. This program is generously supported by Yveline Audemars & Humberto Rivero, and the Bigioni Family.
2:00 - 4:00 pm
What makes a city work? What makes a city accessible? Participants will learn about form and function by exploring Canadian and international structures and designers. Participants will also be challenged to work cooperatively through the design process to create their own accessible city.
2:00 - 4:00 pm
What is Design? What is Universal Design? This session will introduce participants to the world of design by using an everyday item - the chair. Participants will explore chair designs from around the world and discuss form and function while exploring design concerns including materials, ergonomics, accessibility and scale. Participants will learn to think like designers as they work.
(Ages 7-9) 4:30 - 6:00 pm
Musical Theatre will return as a camp. In the meantime Theatre Direct is offering a fabulous drama program. Theatre Direct's Drama School in Association with the MNjcc. An active, engaging creative workout for young people that encourages collaboration, cooperation, and imagination.