Private: April School Break 2021

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TWO Virtual Camp adventures filled with fun and creativity!

Ages 7-13
Deadline to register: April 6, 2021

Please note:
Due to the April 1, 2021 lockdown announcement, staff will be unable to assist with registration over the phone.

Although this March Break will be a little different, and we’re sad that we won’t be able to see you in person, the AGP is excited to welcome you virtually. We are offering two exciting adventures that provide campers and parents with a virtual, worry-free option to stay at home and explore their creativity, all while learning from our experienced Art Educators.

Don’t miss out – there are only 15 spaces available for each virtual camp!

Parents will be sent an email prior to the start of camp, with information on how to access our online education portals, how to join the virtual Zoom classrooms, and how to schedule curbside pickups for the material kits.

Please note:

  • Pre-payment and advance registration are required for both camps. Upon payment receipt, you will receive an email with more details and can schedule a curb-side pickup following registration.
  • Camps will take place virtually, through a combination of online classes and/or pre-recorded videos.
  • To participate in our virtual camps, campers will need access to a laptop, tablet, smartphone, and/or computer with a reliable internet connection.
  • Kits contain the essential materials needed for each project.
  • Parents/guardians will need to provide basic household materials, like scissors, tape, rulers, etc. as required.
  • Campers will need a dedicated space to make their art.

Mixed-Media Explorations, with Linda Warren

April 12 & 13 (Monday-Tuesday)
10am to 3pm, daily
Ages 7-13

$110 – 2 day program (includes materials kit)
AGP Members get a 10% discount!

Campers will experiment with a wide array of mixed-media techniques, including watercolour painting, abstract sculpture, collage, portraiture, and kitemaking!

Guided by Linda Warren, campers will begin by learning about kitemaking in different cultures and examine historic art works by sculptors and painters, as well as explore their own personal histories and relationships. Campers will apply these concepts to their own artworks as they explore mixed-media techniques, to create watercolour paintings, abstract sculptures and portraits of their family and friends. Campers will also explore different elements of painting and sculpture to create their very own sled kites that they can actually fly!


Characters and Claymations, with Casandra Lee

April 14, 15 & 16 (Wednesday-Friday)
10am to 3pm, daily
Ages 7-13

$165 – 3 day program (includes materials kit)
AGP Members get a 10% discount!

Campers will explore the art of character development and stop-motion Claymation!

Guided by our instructor, Casandra Lee, campers will look at examples of popular animated characters and learn about the different styles, character traits and physical attributes that make them so awesome and interesting!

Campers will learn a variety of drawing and sculpting techniques, and work together as they explore the process of creating their very own, unique characters! Campers will then learn the basics of stop-motion Claymation and create their own short animated film.
About the Instructors:
Black and White photo of Linda Warren Linda Warren received her Bachelor of Fine Art and Art Education from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University where she studied Art Education, Painting, Printmaking, Ceramics and Photography. Linda’s own artwork reflects personal histories and alternative photographic processes and her work has been shown at the Anna Leonowens Art Gallery in Halifax NS, St. Mary’s University Art Gallery in Halifax NS, The Hamilton Centre for the Arts in Hamilton ON, and locally at The Kawartha Artist Gallery, The Art School of Peterborough, and Market Hall.

Linda has 34 years of experience teaching art in public and private schools at the primary, elementary, middle and high school levels in Newfoundland, Labrador and Ontario. She is inspired by the creative process and believes in the creative potential in everyone.


Photo of Casandra Lee standing in front of a snow covered bush Casandra Lee is an Asian-American multimedia artist. She has been an artist for 11 years and loves about every medium available in the art store. Bright colours are prevalent throughout her work. She is passionate about storytelling and capturing feelings better expressed through art. Her work is inspired by everything from the cosmos to communities to ladybugs.

Currently, Casandra is in the process of illustrating two books. Building a Home, commissioned by the New Canadians Centre, tells the tale of children moving to Canada and all that comes along with adapting to a new country. The second book in the works is a collaboration with author C Y Gopinath. The Bells of Casiopia is a story of loss, wonder, and hope.

Online Registration Tips

Here are some helpful tips when using the City of Peterborough’s online Registration system:

  1. For the best registration experience, please use Chrome or Firefox. Using other browsers may produce unexpected results.
  2. When registering for more than one program, you will have an opportunity to add other items to your cart on the Review step of registration. Click on the “Book another event” link to go back to our course listings and register for other programs prior to Checkout.

Refund Policy for April School Break Camps:

Refund requests are accepted prior to camp start dates and are charged an administration levy of 10% of program fee or $5 minimum. Refunds are not provided once the program starts unless accompanied by a medical note approved by the program supervisor or Manager designate. Front line teams will refer the request to the program supervisor for approval and will take no action within the event roster or client account.

Special Needs Campers and Behaviour Expectations at Camp:

If your child requires assistance with participation (behavioural, cognitive, physical, etc.) an adult shall be provided by the family to support your child’s experience at camp. Contact the program supervisor to discuss your child’s needs. We encourage positive and cooperative play, ensuring all campers have a rewarding camp experience. Bullying is not tolerated, and campers are encouraged to behave appropriately while in the care of the program.


If you have any questions about our April School Break Camps, please contact:


Andrew Ihamaki
Education and Programming Coordinator
Art Gallery of Peterborough

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