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Rock, paper, scissors: collage edition!

Rock, Paper, Scissors, GLUE! 


This camp is tons of fun! We’ll be exploring the art of four contemporary artists from Canada including exhibiting artist Tonia Di Risio! These artists work in the medium of collage. Campers will be spending some time outside, and fine tuning those cooperative skills! We’ll also practice meditation during our transitions times. 


Children we be encouraged to get messy and playful while also learning about the building blocks of art making. The Elements and Principles of Design will be taught each day! 


Afternoons will be spent partially outdoors and in the park.

Just pack some healthy snacks, a lunch (no nuts please!), your water bottle, sunscreen and some clothes that can get dirty and we'll do the rest!

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Visitors & Letters |

250 George St E.

PO BOX 1021

Durham, Ontario


N0G 1R0 

Phone Calls |

(519) 369 - 3692

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Hours of Operation

1pm - 6pm

Thursday - Sunday

Closed from 3-3:45


Entrance fee by donation 

Durham Art Gallery is a non-profit, exhibition-driven space for contemporary art and culture in so-called West Grey, Ontario. From our earliest incarnation in the local Carnegie library to its current purpose-built home, the Gallery’s 40 years of growth have been marked by an engaged community and diversifying landscape. 

Durham Art Gallery rests on the traditional land of the Saugeen Ojibway Nation, which is represented by the communities of Saugeen First Nation and Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation. We thank them. We also thank of the Métis Nation of Ontario, whose history and people are well represented in what are now Bruce and Grey Counties.