Art Classes

SCOA Art Lessons

Our lifelong learning opportunities include art classes. Art is a relaxing pastime and also a means for self- expression, healing and creativity.

Please call the Council at 306-652-2255 for further information and to register for classes.

Art Classes offered at the Saskatoon Council on Aging: Instructor Gisele Bauche

The following art classes are offered at various times throughout the year: Contact SCOA for specific course offerings as well as dates and times or visit our Event and Program Calendar

Exploring the Wonder of Watercolours

Come discover the delightful and versatile medium of watercolour in a relaxed and fun atmosphere. This workshop is for beginners and beyond and will offer basic techniques for simplifying painting with watercolour.  You will be encouraged to look within, following your intuition, and at the same time experiencing the wonder and joy of free flow with watercolour.  Create as you go.  There will be demonstrations, practicum, critiques and group sharing.Bring your own supplies. Enrolment limited.
Watercolour Supply List

Painting with Acrylic for Beginners

This Acrylic workshop will inspire you to “loosen-up,” have fun and paint more! You will learn new techniques and approaches to painting with acrylic and there will be  a variety of painting subjects for everyone . Expect a life-giving workshop where you will create works of art, renewing your passion for painting in Acrylic. This class is for beginners and beyond.  There will be input on the fundamentals of art, demonstrations, critiques and group sharing. Enrolment limited.
Acrylic Supply List

Healing Heartache: Grief and Loss Workshop for Seniors

Individual losses are many and varied.  They range from the loss of a significant other owing to death, a loss of a friend, loss of self-esteem, loss of physical ability, loss of a job, to the breakdown of a marriage. Losses can lead to debilitating grief and painful emotions. Art is a powerful healing agent that can help transform the pain of loss and grief into renewed life and growth.  In these sessions we will use creative expression, story, music, reflection and sharing to help participants voice their grief and loss and transform it into new life.

The Opportunities are Endless!

 


Saskatoon Council on Aging
2020 College Drive Map
Saskatoon SK S7N 2W4
tel: (306) 652-2255
fax: (306) 652-7525


Hours of Operation:
M T W TH F
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Closed over lunch
12 noon - 1:00 pm