Art for Aid is very proud to partner with the Bateman Foundation to bring online art instruction to remote community students.
The talented instructors at the Bateman Foundation will be offering 3 levels of instruction for students who are interested in learning how to create a efficient sketch. A sketch is often the foundation of a piece of art, and there are definite advantages to knowing how to build a sketch from the ground up.
The Bateman Instructors are looking forward to connecting with schools and working with all levels of students to help them improve their skills.
Art for Aid is providing schools with mini Sketch Across Canada sketchbooks provided by the Bateman Foundation, as well as pocket drawing pencils. There is no cost for the course or the materials.
To get your school connected, contact us with the school's details and we'll get you set up with their instructors.
Art for Aid will be inviting the students to showcase their work on our website and social media.
We hope to be highlighting the art of remote Indigenous students . If you are a teacher in a remote community school and have students who would like to see some of their art here, please have them get in touch with us to arrange their page.
Email us with your suggestion for a school who might like to highlight their students' art.