Art classes, festive workshops, March Break programs, summer camps & even birthday parties! are all wonderful ways to learn through the arts and celebrate the seasons, at the Garrison Creek Art Centre!

For more details, see below on this page

The centre is situated in Toronto’s West End, near Dufferin Grove Park, on the main floor of a sunny house. In warm weather, classes are held in the outdoor garden/almost forest studio! Art, music & drama programs are offered to children from 4-12 yrs & NEW: ADULTS!

Groups are small with 2-4 artist/teachers available to give lots of one-on-one encouragement.

The centre is dedicated to extending learning & spreading culture through the arts. It has been running since 1997.

Please Note: Due to the Covid pandemic, the centre is temporarily closed. 

It is our hope to welcome you back soon!  In the meantime, we are pleased to offer new & exciting ONLINE CLASSES! For details please see below:

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exotic plant painting
fantasy jungles
drawing inspired by Keith Haring
Private & Group Classes
Live, Online!


Making art can be a gateway to learning & help

process emotions.

These new live, online classes emphasize creativity,

curiosity & interaction. Through stories, slideshows,

collaborative drawing games, painting, mixed media

& sculpture, students will be guided to investigate

the curriculum.  Science, literacy, math, history &

social studies are among weekly topics.

Inspiration from a range of artists including Emily Carr,

Henri Rousseau, Georgia O'Keeffe, Yayoi Kusama,

David Hockney & Keith Haring.


Choose private or small groups

(4 students of similar age). 

Art supplies will be provided in a kit.

In an effort to accommodate different schedules, dates

& times will be confirmed as families sign up.

Ongoing /continuous registration  $198/per 6 weeks

Discounts available for families with siblings.


spring tree with owl
April 13, 14 & 15   1-3pm 4-11 yrs (4-6 with an adult)
Learn To Make Art Like MARC CHAGALL!
For more details see the Spring Break Page 
still life drawing