Winter Art Camp

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December 29, 30, & 31, from 1 – 4 pm

$100 for the 3-day program
AGP Members get 10% off

Suitable for Ages 7 to 12

Explore your creative side this winter break with the AGP during this 3-day program. The AGP Education Team will lead campers on a journey through our current exhibitions, while learning new techniques and experimenting with painting, printmaking, and drawing. All of our programs emphasize creative exploration in a lively, fun and safe atmosphere.

All participants will need to complete an AGP Health Information Form prior to the beginning of the program.

Register for this program online, or call the gallery at 705 743 9179

For more information, please contact:

Andrew Ihamaki
Education Programming Coordinator
705-743-9173 ext. 2025

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COVID-19 Policy:

All participants are required to complete the COVID-19 screening form prior to entering the facility. Participants and all staff are required to wear a mask at all times, and physical distancing will remain in effect, wherever possible. Any persons over the age of 18 will be required to provide proof of vaccination to participate.

Refund Policy for Winter Art Camps:

Refund requests are accepted prior to camp start dates and are charged an administration levy of 10% of the program fee or $10, whichever is greater. 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.

In the event of insufficient registrations or emergencies, the AGP may have to cancel or substitute programs. A full refund or credit will be available.

Campers with Special Needs 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.


The Art Gallery of Peterborough is currently open to the public, by appointment

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