Calling all creators! Take a class, attend a workshop, drop-in for a talk, or see a film! Discover art-making and learning opportunities to suit your style and interest. For young and old, beginner or advanced, our programs include an array of options that will enrich and enlighten.
We are pleased to offer an online registration service for your convenience. In order to register for a gallery program, you will need to create an account in Arts & Culture Program Registration. Once you have your account set up, please browse through the available programs offered in galleries. Need help registering? Please call 519-360-1998 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register for Gallery Programs
Art classes and camps encourage children to explore their imaginations and express their creativity. Programs offer one-of-a-kind art-making experiences and interactive tours of the galleries' exhibitions. Classes are guided by qualified art instructors sure to inspire your children through art.
Since we are unable to offer in-class programs at this time, we are offering free "Kids Art Kits" to make art at home, in partnership with Chatham-Kent Public Library.
Register for Kids Art Programs
Bring the whole family to the gallery for an exhibition tour and hands-on art activity. All are welcome to create, engage and explore!
Register for Family Art Programs
Come and be creative! The Thames Art Gallery offers fun, educational and engaging programming for adults. Art classes are designed for all levels of artists. Learn by qualified and professional art instructors in a fun and supportive environment. From customized tours and workshops to gallery talks and lectures, there's something for everyone.
Since we are unable to offer in-class programs at this time, we are offering free "Art Kits" to make art at home, in partnership with Chatham-Kent Public Library.
Register for Adult Art Programs
Currently, there are no gallery school programs available due to COVID-19 restrictions. Follow us on social media for the latest updates.
Register for School Programs