Our organization is going through an incredible historical evolution. This month alone, we’re seeing some great change like launching our new brand and our 3-year… Read More »Thank you, Jennifer! – DAREarts announcement
DAREarts has unveiled a new name, logo, and strategic plan as part of an extensive brand renewal initiative. Under the new name Thrive Youth, the non-profit organization will focus on enhancing the company’s service models to offer more frequent and in-depth points of engagement for Canadian youth.
Three winners from Toronto, Etobicoke and Webequie First Nation were selected for their actions taken to affect change in their own lives and their communities.
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As part of DAREarts’ ongoing work with teacher Justin Borsato’s grade 6/7 class at Britannia Elementary School in Vancouver’s downtown eastside, students worked with DAREarts… Read More »Honouring Indigenous Voice & Resilience: Painting Together at Britannia ES
Zines are small homemade booklets full of images and text. Learn how you can create one with things you find around your house!
Finding ways to incorporate old clothing into art is a great way of upcycling! In this activity, you’ll learn how to make different types of bracelets from items you have around the house.
Do you love imagining creative stories? Making story dice is a great way to fuel your creativity! Watch the video or read below for a step-by-step guide on how to make your own story dice at home:
For this watercolour painting, you’ll be creating an image of a bowl of fruit. Watch the videos or read below for a step-by-step guide on how to create your own still life painting.