Adult General Interest
LEVELS OF STUDY
The Ottawa School of Art offers four levels of instruction to help students select courses relative to their skill and experience. Each level includes courses covering a variety of media. A minimum number of registrations are required to avoid cancellation of a course. Please register 5 days before the start date.
Children & Teen General Interest
Multimedia classes are offered for children aged 4 to 10 years. Throughout the three terms, students produce a wide variety of work in all disciplines: drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and sculpture, including clay. These classes give students the opportunity to use materials and processes that are not available in the home or school setting. Individual lessons focus on different elements of art: colour, line, form, perspective, composition, etc.
Most courses are organized around a theme and include a tour of the collection at the National Gallery of Canada. Classes are two hours long and tuition fees include all materials.
CLASSES FOR OLDER CHILDREN AND TEENS
The Ottawa School of Art also offers classes for older children between 10 and 12 years old as well as teens. These classes encourage students to focus their attention and develop patience using a narrower range of techniques while having fun.
- Halloween Contest
Friday, October 31, 2014
Main Lobby from 12-1 pm
Judging takes place at 12:30pm
vendredi 31 octobre 2014
Foyer principal, de 12 h à 13 h
Choix du jury à 12 h 30
1st place $100 tuition credit
2nd place $50 tuition credit
3rd place $25 1er prix : Crédit de 100 $* 2e prix : Crédit de 50 $* 3e prix : 25 $ *(en frais de scolarité)
- Annual General Meeting
OTTAWA SCHOOL OF ART Notice of Annual Meeting of Members TAKE NOTICE that the annual meeting of members of the Ottawa School of Art will be held at the Ottawa School of Art, 35 George St. in the City of Ottawa on Tuesday, November 25, 2014 at 7pm for the purpose of: hearing and receiving reports and statements, electing directors, appointing an auditor and the transaction of any other business for which purpose the notice has been given. For information please call 613-241-7471 or visit artottawa.ca.
- Boutique Submissions Fall 2014
Submissions for the Fall change over will be accepted on Wednesday October 15th and Thursday October 16th, between the hours of 10:00a.m. and 3:00p.m.
The past months have brought many viewers and buyers… congratulations to those of you who sold works!
Submissions to the OSA Boutique are run through a juried process. All Works are chosen, taking into consideration the juxtaposition of pieces,
‘theme’ if applicable and the boutique space itself.
Entries must be properly labeled, framed and ready to hang; assuring that framework is stable and secure.
Questions can be directed to Cathy at 613-241-7471 ext. 27 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Works from the present boutique showing will be ready for pick-up on these dates.
Please bring portfolios and/or appropriate packaging to take your work home.
TERMS AND CONDITION CONTRACTS ARE AVAILABLE ON LINE AND AT THE FRONT RECEPTION DESK AT OSA.
NOTE: SUBMISSIONS FOR THE AUTUMN MONTHS WILL NOT BE ‘THEME’ BASED.
- FINE ARTS DIPLOMA and PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
THE OTTAWA SCHOOL OF ART IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2014/2015 FINE ARTS DIPLOMA and PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Registration deadline: Friday, AUGUST 29, 2014 The Ottawa School of Art follows a tradition of alternative art schools by providing the community with the opportunity for visual expression and creative development. In addition to the vibrant arts community within the school, students have the advantage of the School's excellent location in the heart of the ByWard Market. The Ottawa School of Art has been celebrating visual arts training since 1879. ----------------------------------------------------------- FINE ARTS DIPLOMA three-year, 90 credit program Students receive the benefits of an intensive pre-professional fine arts training program allowing them to complete most or all of their studies close to home. In addition, the Ottawa School of Art receives students from across Canada and from around the world creating an interesting and diverse learning environment. ----------------------------------------------------------- PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE one-year, 30 credit program Structured for students who need to develop and expand their present body of work in preparation for applications to university, college or art school, this intensive course of study allows for a high degree of interaction with working professional artists in a studio setting. ----------------------------------------------------------- OSA admission is on a first come, first served basis, until classes are filled. The OSA's Fine Arts Diploma Program is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities as a Private Career College. To learn more about full-time studies at the Ottawa School of Art and requirements for admission, please visit our website at: www.artottawa.ca <http://www.artottawa.ca/> Click on your full-time program of choice, select the 'Admissions' section and access a downloadable application form. Start the application process by filling out the application form and bringing the items listed on the front of the form to the interview. Make your appointment by calling 613.241.7471. For further information, please email the Diploma Coordinator at: email@example.com
- Summer Camps
SUMMER CAMPS 2014
July 2 – August 29
Monday to Friday
5 days / 30 hours
All fees for children camps (6 – 12 years old) may include a pool outing and a drama class!
Summer Camps information is subject to change without notice.
BEFORE AND AFTER CARE
MONDAY TO FRIDAY
8 H – 9 H & 16 H 30 – 17 H 30
FEE: $30 per week
Mixed media classes, and classes with a media focus, are offered for children aged 6 – 12. Students produce a wide variety of work in many disciplines: drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, cartooning and sculpture, including clay. These classes give students the opportunity to explore materials and processes, build skills, and express their experience. Small classes are taught by artist/educators who provide children with an environment that encourages individual creative growth.
Most courses are organized around a theme and include a tour of the collection at the National Gallery of Canada.
The Ottawa School of Art also offers classes for teens between 13 and 15 years old. These classes are media specific or have a narrow thematic focus. The projects encourage students to develop skills in specific techniques, to think about and practice the process of making art. Small classes are taught by artist/educators who create an environment that encourages individual creative growth. The fun comes from being immersed in art: in playing hard all week.