A smartphone is held up in front of a lush green sports field. On the right side of the screen is a map with a point that reads, "Alex Colville, Running Dog". On the left of the screen is an image of a Wire Fox Terrier racing across a sports field marked with painted white lines.

Seeing Sackville through the Owens Art Gallery Collection

You Are Here

Two hands hold up four brightly coloured sketchbooks with various designs on their covers.

A drawing-based tour for elementary school classes

Let’s Draw

In a gallery an adult stands addressing a group of children sitting on the floor. The adult holds an empty picture frame in their hands, while standing beside a large mobile work bench.

A community-based learning project

ENGAGE: Owens Art Gallery

Two children stand in a darkened room in front of a small screen with a projected drawing. One of them holds a paper smiley face that casts a shadow of the smiley face onto the screen.

Shadow plays inspired by the permanent collection

Shadow Stories

A young person in a pink hooded jacket stands outside facing a sign with the symbol of a fire hydrant. They are making notes on a narrow card with the heading "Smooth".

A school-wide project with Marshview Middle School

Between Here and There

A pair of hands holds up a small, staple-bound book with the cover facing outwards. The book's cover is black, and a gold rectangle across the top contains the title “THE COLVILLE HOUSE SKETCHBOOK”.

Drawing prompts inspired by the work of Alex Colville

The Colville House Sketchbook

A young person looks at a book with blue pages. The facing pages each contain a list of handwritten names.

A project by Micah Lexier

A List of Signed Names in Which Nobody Signed Their Own Name but Signed the Name of Another

A pair of hands hold up a small book with a brown cover. Centred on the cover and printed in red are the words "A POCKET COMPANION TO THE OWENS ART GALLERY", followed by "a little guide for kids by kids" in smaller black type. Below the text is a small line drawing of two architectural arches.

A little guide for kids by kids

A Pocket Companion to the Owens Art Gallery

A vertical banner attached to a telephone pole is viewed from below. The banner shows an image of colourful shapes including circles, zigzags and swirls against a white background with the word "Sackville" printed across the bottom.

Sackville Soundscapes by students at Salem Elementary School

Sounding Sackville

A child holds up a black flag with hand-cut white block letters that reads "BTW This IS A FLAG".

Artist in schools program

Studio Call