Programs & Workshops
It is our mission to develop and deliver creative intelligent wellness solutions to schools, the workplace, and community. We envision folks taking mindful breaks, navigating emotional conflicts, cultivating resilience, fostering self-awareness, nurturing their own personal growth, letting loose, and having fun creating ART!
Art for Wellness
Employee & Client
Child & Teen
A creative break in our day allows us to release and relieve stress through self-expression. This clears space, creates clarity, and shifts us into a more positive frame of mind to help us to improve the way we learn, process, work and navigate some of the pressures of our day-to-day life.
Chilren & Youth
Creative Coyote’s Club
Engaging children Grades 2-4 with lunch hour art as a creative outlet
Carruther’s Creek P.S., Ajax, Ontario – Grade 3, 4, and 5
February 2016 - Present
Using art to express our Canadian Identity
Community Development Council of Durham
Social Justice Art
Using art to imagine and empower youth to change their narrative
Youth Action Network and The Spot Jane & Finch
Parents as Partners STEM to STEAM Symposium
Showing children from JK-8 how ART is an integral part of learning
Private One-on-one art activities
Working one-one-one with children in the community
Kavya age 8, Scarborough, Ontario
January 2017 – March 2016 September 2016 – February 2017
Art in the Park
Durham Region, Ontario
Families & Adults
Islamic Heritage Month
Muslim Educators Network of Durham and Viola Desmond P.S. Community Event
Muslim Mothers of Durham Region
Mom & Me art activities
Working with women to create visions and intentions for the year ahead
January 2017 – March 2017
Durham Mental Health Services New Leaf Program
Art programs for folks coping with mental illness
January 2015 - June 2015
Creative Programs for Adults with Special Needs
Using art to engage young adults with varied learning capacities
Christian Horizons April 2017 – June 2017
Harwood Retirement Residence
Using art to engage with elders in the community
September 2015 – December 2016
To ignite public spaces with the stories of BIPOC(Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) using ART~
We will create a beautiful creative collaboration between newcomer Canadians-Indigenous artist educators-emerging artist educators of colour that all work or live in a specific under served community within the Greater Toronto Area.
We will engage in a series of art workshops to learn how to use visual art as an important tool to tell our stories.
The project will culminate in a carefully curated exhibition showcasing artwork by all the facilitators and newcomer participants in a local gallery, within the community they live and/or work in.
Please contact us if you are interested in getting involved or would like to bring this project to your community!