KWAG 2 GO
Ignite your students’ creativity with KWAG 2 Go! Works from our Permanent Collection provide inspiration for students to create their own masterpieces using the techniques of a diverse range of artists.
Bookable single-lesson kits include individual material packets for students, lesson plans for teachers and a step-by-step video to help guide everyone through the art activity.
Content for each lesson is tied to division-specific curriculum.
Discover the use of shape and line in art and make artworks that communicate feelings using a variety of shapes and colours.
Connects to all four frames in the kindergarten curriculum with a focus on Visual Art and Math.
Explore the ways that artists see their communities through their art and create artworks inspired by students’ own communities.
Curriculum Links: VA – Printmaking, MA – Patterning and Repetition, SS - Communities
Learn about contemporary and historical Indigenous perspectives in Canada through two renowned Indigenous artists and their work.
Curriculum Links: VA – Drawing, Mixed Media, SS – Heritage and Identity
Explore movement in art and practice using line to capture action and form while leading the viewer’s eye.
Curriculum Links: VA – Drawing, SS – Canadian History
Pricing and Booking
$150 for one-week booking
$200 with a 30-minute virtual visit from a KWAG Educator
All materials are provided for specific class sizes. KWAG 2 Go kits may be picked up at the Gallery or delivered to your school.
Subsidized and discounted KWAG 2 Go kits are available for teachers with the Waterloo Region District School Board and Waterloo Catholic District School Board - ask for more information when booking!
Contact Stephen Lavigne at email@example.com for information and booking.
Otto Beyer (Canadian, b. Germany, 1923-1998). Town Scape No. 2, 1982. Oil on Masonite, 69.9cm x 69.9cm (framed). Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery Collection. Gift of the Artist, 1994. © Estate of Otto Beyer. Photo: KWAG.
Kitchener, ON N2H 6P7-N2H 6P7