Art Classes and Workshops for Youth & Adults

Last updated April 24, 2018

Adult Art Program

Art of Block Printing

Instructor: Rena Warren
Dates: Wednesdays, May 23 – June 27
Time: 9 am to 12 pm
This course will guide participants through the basics of block printing from simple single-colour printing, to multi-colour and layered images. Participant will complete their own set of art cards and prints ready for framing. No experience necessary.


Teen Summer Art Programs

Throughout the summer, the Kelowna Art Gallery offers many opportunities for youth ages 13 to 19 to explore and expand their creative practice. Instructors provide an open and supportive environment for students to learn a variety of techniques and develop their own personal style. Students will create a range of projects in drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture.

Teen Fridays

Our popular Teen Fridays are back! Each Friday students will explore different subjects and art materials. Sign up for just one class, or the whole series!

July 13 | Watercolour Painting
July 20 | Screen Printing
July 27 | Everything in Ink

August 10 | Graphic Novel & Comics
August 17 | Wildlife Drawing
August 24 | Portraits

Time: 9 am to 2 pm
Cost per Friday: $65 ($50 for members)
Cost for the series: $325 ($250 for members)

Teen Art Week

This week-long art camp will provide students with a fun and educational art experience, creating projects that explore a range of artistic media while learning more about the Gallery’s exhibitions and permanent collection.

July 30 to August 3 | 9 am to 2 pm
Cost: $260 ($200 for members)

Please call 250-762-2226 to register.


Curious about the Friday For Teens Art Series? Check out the video interview below with instructor Jim Elwood on Go! Okanagan at the Kelowna Art Gallery, Friday For Teens Art Series, 2014 ©ShawTV.


Child Art Class Registration FORM (PDF)
Call 250-762-2226 to register.





Please call the Gallery at 250-762-2226 or email




Ever wondered what it is like to take an art class at the Kelowna Art Gallery?

The Kelowna Art Gallery invited local writers Lori-Anne Poirier and Jennifer Smith to take a six-week art class and chronicle their experience. You can read about their adventures in art on our guest writers section.

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