Carlstrom Family Green Space

The Carlstrom Family Green Space

Art education at the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie enriches our community, encourages diversity and inspires creative learning.

 

We are excited to re-open the Carlstrom Family Green Space!

At this time we have opened bookings on Tuesday-Fridays at 11:00am or 2:00pm for 1.5 hour time slots. We have implemented guidelines to keep everyone safe with allotted sufficient time to deep clean after each group. There is a limit of 8 people per booking and they must all be part of the same cohort. *A cohort, is a small group whose members are always the same people.

We look forward to seeing you again in the Carlstrom Family Green Space!

What is the Carlstrom Family Green Space?

The Carlstrom Family Green Space is a free admission interactive gallery and self-directed studio space located on the second level at the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie. Since September 2009, we have dedicated a space in the Art Gallery to the interactive exploration of and response to art. At this time the space is by appointment only, please use the booking calendar above to book a time for you and your cohort.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who can visit the Carlstrom Family Green Space?

Visitors of all ages are invited to enjoy responding to the Art Gallery’s current exhibitions and themes through free art activities that are designed to encourage reflection, creativity and inspiration. At this time we have limited the group bookings to 8 people and they must be in the same cohort.*A cohort, is a small group whose members are always the same people. The art projects in the Carlstrom Family Green Space feature a variety of skill levels and are created for all age groups to enjoy, including toddlers, children, teenagers and adults.

 

What can we do in the Carlstrom Family Green Space?

Within the space you’ll see workstations to create your individually packaged projects, which you will pick up at front reception upon arrival. The bagged activity has a title to go with instructions and materials. Visitors are welcome to take their projects home to share with their families and friends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What are community art projects?

Visitors were always invited to contribute the piece(s) they made in the Carlstrom Family Green Space to our community art projects. Currently, we have taken the community art pieces down but hope to have them back on display in the future. These collaborative artworks allowed everyone to participate and for visitors to view them change and grow over time. We often choose installation art for our community art projects because it’s a contemporary art form that often emphasizes a sensory experience and is rich in material choices easy for everyone to manipulate.

 

Supervision

A special note to remember when visiting with children is that the Art Gallery is not responsible for the safety or supervision of children. Children under the age of 12 must be supervised and attended by a parent, guardian or person 14 years or older at all times.

Take care

A self-directed space requires all users to take care of the space and to be respectful to the other visitors, so that everyone may enjoy their time here and experience a pleasant visit. We ask each visitor to tidy the space after each visit. This includes restoring art materials to their designated shelf or bin, resetting moved furniture and placing any garbage into waste bins. Always remember that food and drink are not permitted in the Green Space.

Welcome

We hope you’re inspired to spend time in the Carlstrom Family Green Space during your next visit to the Art Gallery of Grande Prairie. Pop in and see what others are making!

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