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SKETCH SPRING PROGRAMS

SKETCH's Spring Programs are now open! Learn more about each program below and click the links to register/ apply. Spring programs will run from April 23rd to June 6th.



Altering Form: Beginner’s Wheel Throwing

Learn the basics of wheel throwing, including creating vessels, embracing imperfections in clay, and glazing. This program is focused on honing skills and artists can expect to walk away with 1-3 wheel thrown vessels by the end of the program.  4 sessions. (April 24-May 15). Wednesdays, 1 - 4pm. Apply March 31st. Learn more and apply here!





Right to Dance: Pride Performance Bootcamp

Dance training, choreographic skills and mentorship for artists developing Pride performances.Learn sexy dance moves in a QT2SBIPOC & body celebratory space. This program is for QT2SBIPOC people - allies are welcome so long as respectful. Tuesdays at 2:30-4pm. Sign up here!





Join this group workshop to get some hands-on experience with the fundamentals of music production. Develop your skills with everything from rhythm theory, instrument recording, sampling, drum programming, and learn how to turn a small idea into a bigger idea. For intermediate musicians. Previous knowledge of audio production is welcome but not necessary. Apply by March 31st. Learn more and apply here!






Screen Printing 101

Develop your fundamental skills in screen printing, from design and image preparation to stretching and printing. Apply by March 31st. Learn more and apply here!









Young Parents Connect: Playful Parenting

Make art, connect and share with other parents. Childcare available through College Montrose Children’s Place, and $50 honorarium for attending. Must be a parent or caregiver to attend. Wednesdays at 1-3:30 pm. Sign up here!






Art of Facilitation

Develop your facilitation skills and learn how to connect with gigs! With evolving technology and affordable materials, the art landscape is changing, pushing artists to focus on creating engaging experiences for audiences. The Art of Facilitation aims to empower artists to conduct accessible workshops, fostering a comfortable space for participants to nurture their creativity. Apply by March 31st. Learn more & apply here!







Printmaking and Social Movements

Discover the history of radical printmaking, from its origins in China to Chicano and then DIY Punk movements. Create radical screen print projects on the issues that matter to you. Apply by March 31st. Learn more and apply here!









Abstracting Shape: Handbuilding for Beginners

Beginner ceramicists are challenged to construct traditional pottery forms and then abstract them through combining forms, building texture, and removing material. Apply by March 31st. Learn more and apply here!








Live Jam!

Open format music jam session where you will have an opportunity to play in a group with different instruments including guitar, bass, drums, keyboards, percussion and more. Instruments are provided. All skill levels welcome. Sign up here!







Art and Community

Art making and exploration in community to develop connections, meet other artists, and experience a variety of art practices, including tie dye, acupressure for nervous system regulation, collage and more. Connect with Ajoke from Central Toronto Youth Services for community referrals. Sign up here!

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