Creative Frontier! – March Break Camp (Ages 6-11)

Date: March 11 – 15
Time: 9am – 4pm
Fees: $235.00 / $215.00 Members
Before Care (8:30-9am) and/or After Care (4-4:30pm) is available for an additional $50

Join us at Creative Frontier, a week-long kids’ art camp where imagination knows no bounds! Led by regional artist Kim Brett, campers will embark on a journey of creativity, exploring nature and self-expression, while learning about the gallery’s current exhibitions. Discover new realms of imagination with activities like painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking and more, during a week filled with fun, creativity, and endless possibilities!

This program is sold out!

If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please contact:

Natalie Fisher
Education and Community Art  Co-ordinator
tel: (705) 720-1044 x 232

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Kim Brett

Kim Brett (she/her) is a practicing visual artist and educator from Simcoe County. She is a graduate of the Fine Arts program at Georgian College and earned her BFA at the University of Lethbridge, majoring in painting and museum and gallery studies. Furthering her studies, she delved into painting at AUArts and pursued Communications and Media at the University of Calgary. Kim was honoured with the Fine Arts Graduate Scholarship at Georgian and the John Clark Scholarship in Art at UofL, which included a month-long artist residency at the Gushul Studio in the scenic Crowsnest Pass. She taught printmaking at Georgian and is currently a visual arts instructor at the MacLaren Art Centre. Actively engaged in the local arts community, Kim has participated in numerous collaborations, both as a participant and organizer, contributing to events including Open Air Dunlop, Barrie’s Culture Days, Coldwater Steampunk Festival, and the South Simcoe Museum.

Kim has exhibited her art extensively across Canada and her works are held in private and corporate collections. She brings a colourful and energetic approach to her art-making practice, providing the foundation for developing engaging and experimental programming for her classes and workshops.