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Black and white illustrations in three panels. From left to right the images are of a pumpkin, a tree next to a house, and a woman with glasses and a headscarf

Schoolhouse Studio Sheets

Introducing a series of fun at-home art activities for kids and families inspired by works in the Art Gallery of Guelph’s permanent collection! Complementing curriculum guidelines, these activities encourage young people to apply creative processes to shape and communicate thoughts, stories and ideas. Learning about art and art history as well as basic definitions and artistic techniques, they also have the opportunity to use a variety of tools and concepts in creating their own artwork!

Image detail: Seth, Page 116 from It’s a Good Life, If You Don’t Weaken (detail), 1993, ink and grease crayon on paper Gift of the artist, 2007, Macdonald Stewart Art Centre Collection at the Art Gallery of Guelph

Seth: Storytelling Through Comics, Graphic Novels and Zine

Clark McDougall: “Black Enamel” Landscapes

Simon Tookoome: Illustrating Stories with Line and Colour

Irene Avaalaaqiaq and Marion Tuu’luq: Felt Board Storytelling

Philip Croft: Make a Neighbourhood Nature Diary

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