quilted painting

Sat, May 18 Mon, May 20

Quilted Painting Drop-in

from Ontario

Join a quilted painting workshop where kids can use their imagination to make beautiful textile artwork, collaging various fabrics with patterns and textures for one-of-a-kind pieces. 

Art Workshop
all ages

part of JUNIOR Festival

Free Admission
No tickets required

Photo courtesy of the artist

quilted painting

Photo courtesy of the artist


Families at the Power Kids tent can make unique textile collages, taking home one-of-a-kind artwork to cherish their May long weekend. Inspired by The Power Plant Gallery’s Summer 2024 season exhibiting artists June Clark and Terrence Gower, participants will explore collages, patterns and textures to craft their original pieces.

About Power Kids

Power Kids is a series of free creative workshops at The Power Plant for children aged 7–12, led by skilled and dynamic artist-educators and inspired by our current exhibitions.

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.

Dates & Times

Sat, May 18
11:00am 6:00pm
Sun, May 19
11:00am 6:00pm
Mon, May 20
11:00am 5:00pm


Free admission
No tickets required


Market Tent D

A temporary structure for JUNIOR, located on our west campus.

  • Outdoor Venue
  • Wheelchair accessible

235 Queens Quay West