Wittle Warhols

Join us once a month on Saturdays for a free drop in art program for toddlers ages 5 and under!

Select Saturdays | 10 am to 12 pm | Ages 5 and under

Come and enjoy art activities with your child that will spark their curiosity, imagination, and journey of self-expression. Once a month, the Kelowna Art Gallery offers a free art exploration program for toddlers and their parents or caregivers. “Wittle” ones will learn how to use a variety of art materials through creative play and age appropriate projects. After the art activity, families will have the opportunity to explore the Gallery’s current exhibitions and our self-directed Art Lab studio space.

*stroller parking is limited

Pre-registration is encouraged.
Please call 250-762-2226 or visit our SIGN IN FORM

July 27 | Mystery Bin Abstracts
This month, toddlers will create a stunning abstract creation inspired by 20th century artists using square paper artist tiles and mystery bins filled with a limited palette of drawing materials.

August 17 | Printed Lunch Bags
Using a monoprinting technique, printmaking tools and a traditional printing press, “wittle” ones will create a one of a kind printed cotton lunch bag perfect for snack time or hiding their trinkets and treasures.

September 14 | Fall Collage Wreath
This fall, create a unique decoration that captures the colours of the harvest season. Little artists will work with a variety of decorative and construction paper and magazine clippings to create a seasonal collage wreath.

October 19 | Pretty Painted Pumpkins
Your little pumpkin is going to love this morning of painting on an unconventional canvas. Young artists will choose a mini pumpkin and paint it with an array of vibrant (and kid friendly) tempera paints.

November 16 | Swirl, Sparkle and Shine
Get ready for a wintery blast of creative play! This month “wittle” artists will work with cool tints and shades of blue and white tempera paints to create a seasonal abstract masterpiece complete with shimmery decorative details.

December 21 | Textured Trees
Just in time for the holiday season, we will take inspiration from snowy forest scenes to create a mini tree sculpture. Your little one will create a simple 3D tree from cardboard then decorate it with paints, pompoms, yarn, and beads.

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