Family Sundays


Art on the Move

One Sunday a month the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia hosts Family Sundays. Drop in with your family and friends between 1:00 pm and 4:00 pm for an afternoon of in-studio activities inspired by a specific exhibition or theme. All materials supplied.

Children need to be accompanied by an adult but registration is not required. 

Members free. Regular Gallery admission rates apply for non-members.

UPCOMING FAMILY SUNDAY EVENTS

For information, call 424 5280 or email gov.ns.ca. Check the Event Calendar for other Family Sunday dates and details.

Due to the special weather statement posted by Environment Canada, the Pop Goes the Easel event at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia scheduled for March 15th has been rescheduled to the same time on March 22, 2015. 
 

Sunday, April 12

This Family Sunday is inspired by the work of artist Eleanor King.

Sunday, May 3

MOLD IT, BUILD IT, SHAPE IT....All ABOUT SCULPTURE CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL

Join us for the 2015, Children's Festival! Come ready to explore different ways to create 3-D artwork. Inspired by the work of artist John Greer as well as other artists working in 3 dimensions in the collection, you will learn more about different sculptural processes and materials. Enjoy seeing artists at work too!

Sunday, June 21

NATIONAL ABORIGINAL DAY CELEBRATION

Celebrate National Aboriginal Day with guest artist Dozay Christmas. View her work in Shifting Ground, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia's permanent collection exhibition of aboriginal artworks. Then visit the studio to meet the artist and create some of your own art. Use a variety of techniques as you learn more about the traditional aboriginal way of life and the stories of Glooscap.

About the Artist:  Dozay (Arlene) Christmas grew up on the Tobique First Nation and attended the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She has exhibited her artwork across the Maritimes, Ontario and the United States. 

 

 

 




Information, resources, and registration details:

902-424-5280
gov.ns.ca



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