For the basics, see
- Website & Privacy Policies
- How To Get Involved
- The Role of the Park

Search options:

up to a month to index new postings
Arts in the Park
web search

Search Arts in the Park:
local & up to date but simpler
See Search Page

Department Site Map


Papier-Mâché Camp at Dufferin Grove Park with artist Erin Robertson for 2 Sessions this year.

Both sessions of the camp are now filled up

Session 1:
For Ages 6 - 11 with Artist Erin Robertson July 19 - 23, 9 - 5 pm $165. includes all art materials & one snack a day

Theme: Storybook. This summer, bring the world of your favourite storybook alive. Make a princess's gown or a knight's armour. Help slay the Dragon of Dufferin Grove Park; or perhaps you'd like to train it? Erin Robertson will guide you in your quest this summer. Read more >>

Session 2:
For Ages 8 - 13 with Artist Erin Robertson July 26 - 30, 9 - 5 pm $165. includes all art materials & one snack a day

Theme: Giant Food. Have you ever wanted to eat at a giant's table and fling cannon-sized peas with a shovel-sized spoon? This summer is your chance. Help set the table and feed the Giant of Dufferin Grove Park guided by his personal chef, Erin Robertson. Read more >>

For either camp, you will learn how to make a wire armature & cover it with papier-mâché. Each morning & afternoon, a couple of hours will be spent on art then during breaks you’ll go to the wading pool, playground or pizza oven. Over the 5 days, you will draw, paint and collage to complete your sculpture / wearable creations. On Friday you’ll invite your parents to see an outdoor display of your creations.

To Register - contact Lyla Rye for the form and to check on availability:, 416 536 6381

Erin Robertson is a graduate of the Ontario College of Art, and Guelph University, studied at Atelier Gilbert Diabold, Paris, France, York University with incorporated Independent study in Tanzania E.A. Erin has been an instructor at the Ottawa school of Art since 1994 where she teaches all age groups including diploma drawing, portraiture, sculpture and painting. She has facilitated several workshops for Ottawa Carleton School Board, the Ottawa School of Dance, and the Museum of Civilization.

hosted by | powered by pmwiki-2.2.83. Content last modified on May 28, 2010, at 04:13 PM EST