By-weekly Homeschool Art Program

March 28, April 11, (no Apr25), May 9, May 23 (cancel) and June 13 (cancel)

Time: 10:30 pm to 2:00 pm

LucSculpture homeschool art day camp is a monthly art program for age group from 6 to 13 years. You will have 2 different art activities at each camp inclding clay, pottery, painting, and mixed-media with a various instructors to get a wide range of exposure in art and creative processes.

The space is limited to 12 children.

Please register in advance to serve your spot! lucsculpture@gmail.com or 416-461-7936

Mini Artistes Seriese @ LucSculpture (TFO)

Price List:

Our price includes all of the material fee and firing fee. Please make sure children bring own water bottle and snacks.

Fee: $50 + HST 
All clay artwork will be fire and ready for pick up 3  weeks after the last day of camps. Don’t forget to pick their artworks!

Art Day Program (sample):

  • 10:30 -12:00 pm Painting/Mixed Media
  • 12:30-2:00 pm Pottery on the wheels and hand building project

Please note, the program may subject to change with or without notice.

We locate just North/East of the Danforth. Easy access by TTC Greenwood Subway station (2 minutes away).

Homeschool Art Program FAQ

Due to the availability of the space, we suggest you to register in advence. You can contact us by email or phone and give us your child name, age, and any health issue we need to know. Once we confirm the availability on the spot, we will ask the full amount payment or deposit of $100 to confirm the spot.

All artworks will be fired and will be ready 2-3 weeks after the party. Please note we will keep the clay work up to 3 months, so please do not forget to pick them up!

Two key philosophies of LucSculpture School and Studios:

  1. Personal Creativity: We encourage students to develop and express their personal creativity.
  2. Environmentally Conscious: We use natural and non-toxic materials for our creations and environmentally friendly cleaning products throughout the building.
    Read more on our philosophy >> LucSculpture Philosophy