Creativity begins here, together
Arts Education in our schools and community is vibrant and inclusive. The strength of community within the arts fosters a strong sense of belonging for students, educators and families.
Facilitating positive and supportive relationships are at the centre of all that we do, and our relationships with our community have taught us that learning is personal. >> Read More
For over 30 years, Artists for Kids supports multiple levels of school and community programming, through the lens of the visual arts and the Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art.
The Elementary Band and Strings program offers a wonderful opportunity for students to receive instrumental instruction in a group setting and represents the start of an exciting musical journey that they can follow.
Art from 44
The virtual exhibition, Art from 44, showcases work from students across the school district. This display of colour, creativity, and learning is a highlight of our year, as it captures expressions of play, connections to place, explorations of emotion and wellness, the honing of craftsmanship, and many rich histories and teachings. Click the image to view this year’s exhibition.
Young Artist of the Week
The Young Artist of the Week program provides valuable recognition to student artists and raises public awareness of the importance of Arts Education. Click through to see a showcase of the school district’s outstanding young artists.
Arts Education Team
Allison Kerr, District Principal of Arts Education
Daylen Luchsinger, District Vice Principal of Arts Education
Bruce Sled, Program Coordinator, Elementary Band and Strings
Amelia Epp, District Teacher, Visual Art Education