Youth Programs

Engage in Making!

Hands-on opportunities in art and making provide youth with skills, confidence, and a venue for self-expression.  

Thank you for your interest in programs at Two Rivers Gallery!  Due to the COVID19 virus, we are closed until further notice.  All classes scheduled to begin in April will be postponed.  We will be in touch with the new dates as we monitor the recommendations made by health officials.  If you are registered for a program and would like a refund, please email:  As Two Rivers Gallery is a not-for-profit charity, also available is the option to leave those funds as a donation, in which case, we would be pleased to offer a tax receipt for the donation.  If you would like to register for an upcoming program, please send us an email with your name, contact info and program you’re interested in and we will put you on a contact list for when we re-open to the public.  For inspiration and content in the meantime, please follow us on social media.

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MakerLab Youth Immersion

This is YOUR chance to shine!

Every week, you’ll try something new: 3D printing, laser engraving, drum making, and MUCH more. Over the course of the school year, you will choose a project to work on, that will be featured in our “MakerLab Youth Immersion” exhibition in the gallery in September.

Indigenous Youth are encouraged to apply. Partial & full scholarships are available.

At least 6 spots in the program are reserved for youth who self-identify as First Nations. This program is heavily subsidised, and is available at no cost to those in financial need.



Between the ages of 15 & 20? Interested in art, design, new technologies, DIY culture and working with your hands?


MakerLab Youth Immersion is where 15- to 20-year-olds get to work with some of the best artists in Prince George.

MakerLab Youth Immersion is looking for young adults keen to meet every Thursday, 5 – 7pm, for a 10 month self-guided exploration under the direction of practising professionals: artists, craftspeople, makers, mentors and elders.

MakerLab Youth Immersion includes a year-long Maker 2RG membership, access to tools, equipment and materials. Youth will work towards an exhibition in September 2020 featuring work they have created in the program.

For any questions, contact program coordinator Aisha Hamis.