KWAG 2 GO
KWAG 2 GO: Single Classroom Visit
Discover one of KWAG’s Permanent Collection pieces as our experienced Artist Educators lead your class through an active viewing exercise. Students will reinforce what they’ve learned about the piece through an art making activity connected to the discussion by theme and media.
Content for each presentation is tied to grade-specific curriculum:
- JK - Grade 1 Shape
- Grade 2 Repetition and Rhythm
- Grade 3 Variety
- Grade 4 Emphasis
- Grade 5 Proportion
- Grade 6 Balance
- Grade 7 Unity and Harmony
- Grade 8 Movement
$6 + HST per student / 15 participant minimum / 30 participant maximum
KWAG 2 GO: Three Part Program
Our three-part program consists of two in-school sessions and one Tour and Studio Workshop at the Gallery. During the pre-visit in your classroom students practice careful observation, learn about interpreting a work of art, and create their own artwork using what they learned as inspiration.
The Tour and Studio Workshop encourages students to practice their observation skills in the Gallery and includes a one hour hands-on art making experience in our studio. This is followed by a post-visit consolidation lesson in your classroom and a final art making activity to extend their learning into new realms.
$14 + HST per student / 15 participant minimum / 30 participant maximum
KWAG 2 GO: Artist Talks for Grades 9 - 12
Host a local artist in your classroom! One of KWAG’s Artist Educators will present images of their recent work and answer questions about their practice and their role as an artist in the community. Students may submit questions in advance to customize the presentation.
$6 + HST per student / 15 participants minimum
Book Your Visit: Please fill out our Booking Request Form and return to Stephanie Clinton, Education Coordinator, at email@example.com. The information you provide on this form will expedite the registration process and help us find the dates that work best for you and your students. Any questions regarding this form may also be directed to Stephanie Clinton via email or by phone at 519-579-5860 x 219.
Frequently Asked Questions: Learn more about our booking policies and preparing for your school visit to KWAG on our FAQ page.