Current Session

Programs

Current Session

Our Winter 2019 Season starts on TUESDAY, JANUARY 8, 2019 with lunch at noon. Also a reminder that our Wednesday programming starts with supper at 4PM. View the calendar below or download it here.

All SKETCH programs are FREE and DROP IN!

 
12-1pm 1-4pm 4-5pm 5-8pm
Tuesday Lunch Workshop Supper Workshop
Wednesday NO LUNCH NO DROP-IN PROGRAMS Supper Workshop
Thursday Lunch Workshop

Tuesday

Lunch@noon

1-4pm
  • VISUAL ART

  • Visual Arts – painting, drawing, jewelry and resin
  • Screen Printing – print original images and text onto paper or clothing
  • MUSIC

  • Guitar Lessons – spots limited!
  • Recording – sign up with michael@sketch.ca
  • Sonic Mentorship – sign up with michael@sketch.ca
  • MOVEMENT

  • Kung Fu (1-2:30PM)
  • Intro to Mindfulness with the Centre for Mindfulness (2:45-4PM staring January 29) – a fun and engaging opportunity to learn mindfulness practices and skills
  • MEDIA ARTS

  • Light Sensitive: Headshots and Documenting your Artwork – Create headshots for your artist profile, document your artwork for your portfolio or take product shots for promotion. Sign up with jahmal.sketch@gmail.com.
  • MULTI-DISCIPLINARY

  • Free Referrals Counselling (2-7PM) – referrals to community resources and supports with Sandy Watters from Central Toronto Youth Services – drop in or sign up with sandy.watters@ctys.org

Supper@4pm

5-8pm
  • VISUAL ART

  • Visual Arts – painting, drawing, jewelry and resin
  • Ceramiks: Impressive Textures – sign up with kamika.sketch@gmail.com
  • MULTI-DISCIPLINARY

  • Element of He – “racialized” manz using art, music and convos to move towards healthy masculinity – sign up with julian@sketch.ca
  • MUSIC

  • Vocal Revolution (5pm-6pm) – vocal training
  • Beat Boxing (5-6:30PM)
  • DJ Arts – sign up with michael@sketch.ca
  • MOVEMENT

  • Xplore Street Dance (6:30-8PM) – explore dance and how we embody our stories through movement

Wednesday

PLEASE NOTE: On Wednesday evenings, we open with supper at 4PM followed by workshops from 5-8PM.

Supper@4pm

5-8PM
  • VISUAL ART

  • Visual Arts – painting, drawing, jewelry and resin
  • Screen Printing
  • MUSIC

  • Live Jam – improvise live music in a wild and inclusive room of excited music makers
  • MOVEMENT

  • It Is What It Is with Sunset Service (4:30-6PM) – for queer people of colour (and allies) to connect, build relationships, share and learn techniques to improving mind, body and spirit
  • Right to Dance with ILL NANA/DiverseCity Dance Company (6-8PM) – draw from various movement techniques including kung fu, hip hop, street styles and ballet to create a hybrid form of contemporary dance
  • MULTI-DISCIPLINARY

  • Sirens and Satyrs – an artful drop in for Trans, 2Spirit and Non-Binary youth to create community through discussion, making music, art and just hanging out – contact sevi@sketch.ca for more info

special projects

Email for more info and registration deadlines
  • ELEMENT OF HE aka THE GOOD GUISE

  • “Racialized” manz using art, music and convos to move towards healthy masculinity – julian@sketch.ca
  • WEAVE & MEND

  • A project for female-identified Indigenous artists for building outdoor public art installation that weaves natural materials and promotes safe public spaces – weaveandmend@sketch.ca
  • HOP – C

  • Research project for recently housed youth – rose@sketch.ca
  • WHAT’S COOKING? WITH QUINA

  • What’s Cooking? With Quina (Thursdays staring January 10 1-4PM) – learn all about cooking and baking, how to make meals for yourself or to gain work experience in the industry! Contact quinatzin@sketch.ca for more info
  • YOUNG PARENTS CONNECT

  • The Artful Parent (January 24, February 21, March 21 12-2:30PM) – young and expectant parents building their parenting skills through art – child care provided – sign up with lmurialdo@ppt.on.ca
  • FREE REFERRALS COUNSELLING

  • Free referrals counselling to community resources and supports with Sandy Watters from Central Toronto Youth Services – drop in or sign up every Tuesday at 2-7PM with sandy.watters@ctys.org

SKETCH is committed to building equity, diversity and inclusion, through accessible and anti-oppressive programs.

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