Join Power Kids and make a print that celebrates the Humber River! Participants will use ink and water to create colourful monoprints of fish, birds, animals and the landscape of the Humber River to take in its significant cultural, recreational and natural values. Did you know that there are more than 50 species of fish in the Humber watershed? Its wetland provides high-quality habitat for birds and animals. The Humber River has a rich human history as an ancient transportation route, a home for Indigenous peoples along its banks and a site for Toronto’s homes and industries.
About The Power Plant
The Power Plant is Canada’s leading art gallery devoted exclusively to contemporary art by artists from Canada and the world. As we remain a non-profit institution, our aim is to share art with wider audiences through free admission to our exhibitions, public programs and educational publications.
Since 1987, The Power Plant has been on a mission to create an open culture and community with inspiring contemporary art and ideas. For the past 35 years, we’ve stayed true to our commitment to exhibit artists from diverse backgrounds, draw attention to pressing issues, and connect with communities from Canada and around the world through contemporary art. To this day, The Power Plant remains an open platform for thought-provoking art, ideas, and conversations.
Power Kids is a series of free creative workshops for children led by skilled and dynamic artist-educators and inspired by the Power Plant’s current exhibitions.
Dates & Times
11am – 6pm
11am – 6pm
11am – 5pm
A temporary structure for JUNIOR, located on the west campus.
235 Queens Quay W.
Toronto, ON, M5J 2G8