Creative Edge: School Visits Celebrates Black Futures Month – Screen-printing

For Black Futures Month 2024, we offer a Visual Arts program specifically for February: screen-printing! In this full-day program, students will explore how textile arts have impacted social change across diverse communities and use this as inspiration to design and screen-print their own wearable patch, bringing awareness to a social justice issue that is of […]

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Creative Edge: National Day For Truth and Reconciliation / Orange Shirt Day Program

Harbourfront Centre is committed to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 94 Calls to Action. To this end, we continue to provide various educational opportunities to support you and your students in building connections to the cultural and artistic expression of First Nations, Métis and Inuit cultures. In September, our programming will focus on Canada’s history […]

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Creative Edge: Harbourfront Centre’s 50th Anniversary Legacy Program

As Harbourfront Centre approaches its 50th anniversary, students will have the chance to consider what legacy they want to leave behind for future generations. Working with our Artist Educators, students will be introduced to the printmaking process and leave an indelible mark for future generations by sharing a significant symbol, image or object, represented visually.

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Creative Edge: My First Field Trip

A new experience developed with the needs of kindergarten students in mind, My First Field Trip program gives students a taste of what Harbourfront Centre has to offer! This program will be delivered in three 45–60-minute sections: Visual Arts, Performing Arts and Campus Walk! Our programming ensures students understand the expectations of being in a […]

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