Artsy Fun At The Reach’s Spring Break Camps

Goes from Comic to Exhibition Creative!

Submitted. When The Reach Gallery Museum Abbotsford’s educational programmer, Anna Williams, designs spring camps with lead artists, it’s all about having fun for children, given permission to be creatively hands-on messy and learning. This year’s amazing and highly inter-active 1/2 or full-day Spring Break Camps at The Reach March 16 to 27, 2015 for kids ages 6 to 12, are no exception!

The Art Cart Masterpieces Camp is led by artist Tracie Stewart, where she will explore current exhibitions in the gallery with the campers and teach them how to be inspired by what is around us. They will use many different mediums for all levels of ability during this camp and create fabulous keepsake art! At the Drawing: Comic Style Camp, led by artist Darryl Funk who is an expert at comic style, the children will stretch their creative muscles in 2D regardless of their creative level.

Each week, The Reach Gallery Museum, 32388 Veterans Way, offers a camp in the morning and one in the after-noon. If you wish to register your child for both the morning and afternoon camps, your child will be supervised over the lunch hour by a qualified supervisor. The Spring Break Camps are scheduled as follows: Drawing: Comic Style camp mornings from 10am to 12 pm on March 16th to 20th and afternoons or 1 – 3pm on March 23rd to 27th; the Art Cart Masterpieces camp is from 1 pm to 3 pm on March 16th to 20th, and in the mornings 10am – 12 noon on March 23 to 27th.

Families may register their child or children for half day camps at $110 per Reach Friend (member) or $125 per Future Friend, or for full day camps at double the half day fee. To register visit and click the link to register.

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