July 1, 2023

Power Kids

Art Workshop


Use a variety of materials in this free family friendly drop-in activity with The Power Plant to create 3-D art inspired by Jen Aitken’s exhibition. 

Power Kids

Photo by Brian Medina


Join Power Kids and make some 3-D art! This activity is inspired by Jen Aitken’s exhibition at the Power Plant Contemporary Gallery. Aitken’s sculptures are influenced by urban architecture, particularly in Toronto. Participants use wire, paper, pipe cleaners, beads, and more to create unique sculptures.   

About The Power Plant

Power Kids is a series of free creative workshops for children aged 7–12, led by skilled and dynamic artist-educators and inspired by the current exhibitions at the Power Plant. The Power Plant is Canada’s leading public art gallery devoted exclusively to contemporary visual art. 

Power Kids takes place on select Sundays throughout the exhibition seasons and includes a guided tour in or outside the gallery followed by a short creative activity. Each workshop is different, so kids can return throughout the season and be inspired every time. 

Dates & Times

July 1
1pm – 4pm


HarbourKIDS Tent

235 Queens Quay West
Toronto, ON

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