Amanda enjoyed art very much and learns to improve on them each day. The summer break she wanted to expand more on her skills; that's when she discovered LOLART about 5 years ago. She enjoyed her time through the summer at LOLART SCHOOL, and was pleased with her work. Amanda got accepted into and currently attends Cardinal Carter Academy of the arts.
March 10th - 14th 2014
June 30, July2-4 2014 July 7-11, 2014
July 14-18, 2014 July 21-25, 2014
Aug 11-15, 2014
Aug 18-22, 2014
Aug 25-29, 2014
Half Day Program: 9:00 am-12:00 pm or 1:00pm-4:00pm
Full Day Program: 9:00 am-4:00 pm
Extended hours 8:30am-6:00pm
NorthYork:50 Sheppard Ave. West Unit 101, North York, M2N 1M2 (Sheppard/Yonge)
Richmond Hill:1 Spadina Road Unit 7, Richmond Hill, L4B 3M2 (16th/Bayview)
Markham:8312 McCowan Road Unit 201, L3P 8E1 (Hwy 7 / McCowan Rd.)
Fees(Tax and ALL supplies included) :
Half-day camp: $195.00/week
Full-day camp: $335.00/week
Flexible One-day Camp: $95/day(9am-4pm)
Flexible Half-day Camp: $50/half-day (9am-12pm/1pm-4pm)
*Extended hours will be charged by rate of $4 per 30 minitues(8:30am-9:00am; 4:00pm-6:00pm)
Age 5-8 group: Instructor to Student Ratio 1 : 6
Young artists will have great fun and enthusiasm experimenting with a variety of art tools, media and techniques, while learning artmaking in two and three dimensions. Our instructors will offer guided and inspiring demonstrations in numerous subject matters while children tackle hands-on projects, aimed to build skills and provide creative opportunities for artwork.
You will be amazed how much they enjoy in LOLART camp activities. Pop-up cards making, Plaster painting, Cartooning, Drawing, Painting , Outdoor drawing& painting, just to name a few.
Age 9-14 group: Instructor to Student Ratio: 1 : 8
Come to Enjoy our art camp drawing and painting sessions! (include cartooning, outdoor drawing& Painting)
Students will be introduced to specific drawing and painting fundamentals and techniques. These include line, shape, value, texture, shading, highlighting, color and perspective. The representation of shapes and forms, figures, landscapes and flowers will be taught; and students will also learn to depict animals, building, landscape in such mediums as acrylic, pencil crayon and etc.
Based on their individual abilities and interests, they will also be trained differently in sketching, watercolour and acrylic from observation and reproducing finished detailed works .
And join LOLART camp activities: Plaster painting!
Dear Parents/Guardians/ Campers,
We are very happy to welcome you to this exciting LOLART camp. At LOLART we recognize that the children are our highest priority. This is why much planning has been put into this program. Please kindly familiarize yourself with following policies/procedures to help organize this camp better:
ALL Art supplies are included; campers are suggested to bring a smock or old shirt.
Campers should pack their own drinks, snacks and lunch (for full day students). (NO NUTS products please)
Our Camp hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Campers can be dropped off after 8:50 a.m. and picked up by 4:10 p.m. (12:10pm for half day morning session) with no extra charge. Students dropped off before 8:50 a.m. or picked up after 4:10 p.m. (12:10pm for half day morning session) will be charged extended hour fees ($4 per half hour, 8:30am-6:00pm).
Illness or Injury at Camp If a camper becomes ill or is injured while at camp, the parent(s)/guardians or the emergency contact(s) will be contacted to pick up the camper. All campers who are ill must be picked up; no camper will be released to leave on his/her own. Campers with life threatening emergencies will be taken to the nearest hospital.
Administration of Medicine If a camper has a medical condition such as asthma, which requires medication to be taken while at camp, please send the medication in its original container with the prescription clearly visible.
If you have any further questions regarding our camps, please call us at 416-250-8110 or email to email@example.com , and we will be happy to assist you.
Nov 22, 2013