Make Something Sunday

A Program for Families

More Programs for Families
In a gallery an adult and child sit together at a table cluttered with small scraps of cut paper. The adult uses a pair of scissors to cut a small pieces of paper while the child watches. Behind them adults and children work at other tables.

Make Something Sundays return with a new series of family workshops for winter and spring. This monthly program introduces new materials and ways of working through informal hands-on workshops for kids 12 and under and their adults. Drop-in for half an hour or stay for two. No booking required. This program is offered free of charge.

Winter 2023

15 January, 2:00-4:00 pm
Pasta Maker Printmaking

Discover how a hand-cranked pasta maker can become a printing press. Make your own printing plate, ink it up, and run it through our pasta maker press.

12 February, 2:00-4:00 pm
Patchwork Valentines

For this special Winterfest Make Something Sunday, we’re hosting a Valentine’s card making extravaganza. Let our fabric stash be your inspiration as you cut and collage fabric shapes onto cards for family and friends.

19 March, 2:00-4:00 pm
Button Press Studio

Transform your miniature artworks into buttons that you can wear home or one-of-a-kind magnets for your fridge.

23 April, 2:00-4:00 pm
Hand-Stamped Mini Banners

Play with pattern, stamp out a message, and create your own canvas banner to hang at home.

28 May, 2:00-4:00 pm
DIY Sketchbook

Design your own sketchbook and bind it with a few simple stitches or our stapler. Decorate the cover with washi tape and collage, then head outside to draw the first signs of spring.

The Little Library

A small portable library featuring an expanding collection of art books for young readers. The books in The Little Library add to conversations about looking at art and creativity. The Little Library is available during Make Something Sundays.

The Mount Allison University campus and the Owens Art Gallery continue to have COVID-19 protocols in place for the safety and wellbeing of our staff and visitors. Masks are mandatory in the Owens for all visitors five years and older.