Join us every Sunday from 1-4 pm at the Kelowna Art Gallery for Family Sundays.
Through hands-on activities, helpful instructions, and age-appropriate information and questions, Family Sundays opens up the world of art and artists for children and adults by providing opportunities to engage, discover, and create.
Family Sundays are open to the public every Sunday from 1-4 pm.
Cost is $4 per person, which includes participation in the activity and gallery admission.
Contact the Gallery at 250-762-2226 for more information. Click here to receive updates and information about Family Sundays art activities.
The Kelowna Art Gallery acknowledges the generous support of Source Office Furnishings
February 8 | Chalk Landscapes
Using chalk pastels, we will create our own unique landscapes inspired by the artist Emily Carr and her works in the A Terrible Beauty exhibition.
February 15 | Photo Gel Transfers
We will experiment with transferring photographs onto unique surfaces to make original pieces of art.
February 22 | Collographs
Using relief printing methods we will create our very own collograph printing plates and prints.
March 1 | Comic Strip Heroes
Inspired by the exhibition Superheroes & Supervillians, we will create our own comic narrative starring our favorite heroes and villains.
March 8 | Abstract Drawings
Inspired by Ron Shuebrook’s drawings, we will work with charcoal and create our own abstract drawings.
March 15 | Watercolour Landscapes
Exploring the connections between art and nature we will create our own unique watercolour landscape paintings while exploring the effects salt has on our masterpieces.
March 22 | Chine-Collé
Working in layers, we will create prints made up of layered drawings on rice paper.
March 29 | Modern Art Sculpture
Inspired by Robert Murray’s sculpture Skagway located on the outdoor patio at the Kelowna Art Gallery, we will create our own abstract sculptures using wire, fabric, and paint.
April 5 | Origami Spring
Using paper, we will create our own paper sculptures inspired by spring time.
April 12 | Plastic Wrap Painting
Learn how to use plastic wrap to create beautiful abstract paintings.
April 19 | Art School 101
Back to the basics! We will grab our easels and do some still-life drawing.
April 26 | Garden Plates
Inspired by Lynden Beesley’s Hortus Conclusus garden installation, we will paint beautiful plants from the garden onto plates that will be fired in the kiln.