Niagara Artists Centre presents… March Break Art Camp!
Campers will spend each day creating original fine art projects and finding their own unique artistic voice. At the end of the week they will have a colourful, creative, and expressive portfolio that explores the mediums of: photography, sculpture, drawing, painting, mixed media, and more!
Dates: 13-17 March / Monday – Friday 9am – 4pm (8:45 Drop-off, Pick-up by 4:15)
$250 for the full week (all materials included)
Niagara Artists Centre
354 St. Paul St. St. Catharines, ON L2R 3N2
Cancellation & Refunds Policy:
If the program is cancelled before it begins, registration fees will be fully refunded.
If a camper is required to not attend the program for Covid-19 reasons, registration fees for the remainder of the program period will be refunded.
If a registered camper needs to withdraw for another reason before the program begins, please contact us.
Amber Lee Williams is a Canadian interdisciplinary artist living and working in St. Catharines, Ontario. Following the birth of her first daughter in 2013, she decided to return to school and completed an undergraduate degree in Visual Arts at the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts. In 2022 she completed her MFA at the University of Waterloo. Amber has taught many workshops to both children and adults in the Niagara region over the past several years. Family is at the center of her practice. Her work primarily resides in and around the home, where she often draws inspiration from observing and photographing her children.
Cree Tylee (b.1993) is a mixed media artist from in Haliburton, Ontario, Canada. Tylee first studied at Haliburton School of Art + Design, receiving a Visual and Creative Arts Diploma along with a certificate in Photo Arts, later returning to also complete a certificate in Ceramics. After attending college Tylee worked abroad in the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region of Germany. Upon her return to Canada, Tylee attended undergraduate studies at The Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts in St. Catharines, Ontario. Focusing on her interest in experimental photography, Tylee graduated with honours from Brock University in Studio Art with a minor in The History of Art and Visual Culture. Tylee currently lives and works in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
Making Niagara Culturally Distinct
A not-for-profit, charitably registered, member-driven collective formed by and dedicated to the working artists and community of Niagara.