Youth Programs

Engage in Making!

Hands-on opportunities in art and making provide youth with skills, confidence, and a venue for self-expression.  
With Covid-19 still being a topic of concern, we wanted to let you know that we will be hosting classes and workshops according to BC Provincial Health guidelines, including (but not limited to):
  • Personal distancing in the class spaces for Gallery-held classes
  • Clean and sanitized work stations and supplies.
  • Requesting that adults wear masks when taking a class.
In the event of heightened Covid-19 restrictions, Two Rivers Gallery reserves the right to cancel a class or to move it from an in-person setting to an online setting, where possible. Participants will be notified of any changes and will have the option to accept the changes or receive a refund for the class.  Classes cancelled mid-session due to Covid-19 will be refunded a prorated portion of the registration fee.
Registration fees will be refunded for any registrant required to stay home to prevent spreading COVID-19, or to protect a vulnerable family member if transmission rates in British Columbia increase.
Other cancellation policies apply, with modifications as outlined above: Payment is required to hold a spot in each class. If you cancel more than 48 hours prior to the start of the first class, you receive a full refund. Cancellations after this time are subject to a $20 administration fee and the cost of any classes taken and the materials used. We do not issue refunds after the second class.

Youth Programs

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ARE YOU:

between the ages of 14-20 and looking to get into some Good Trouble? The late civil rights activist John Lewis said, “Never, ever be afraid to make some noise and get in good trouble, necessary trouble.”  

 

Join this group for an exploration of the power of art and text. Work collaboratively with other youth to create art that gives you a voice and lets you participate in the art of social action! As part of a Youth Art Collective you will meet community leaders who will inspire you to start a personal revolution all while exploring silkscreening, typography, Wikipedia editing, mail art and much more!

To learn more email Derrick Chang Director of Learning & Engagement.