I am so excited to announce that The Passion for Parkinson’s Foundation has aligned with the City of Mississauga to offer our community a specifically designed Painting with Parkinson’s program commencing this April.
Facilitated by a credentialed art instructor, the program will explore watercolour and acrylic paint techniques, colour theory and line space. The class will focus on stimulating creativity , exploring feelings, and developing social skills. It’s not about artistic excellence. It’s about fun, freedom of expression with the stroke of a brush.
Classes will be held on Wednesday mornings from 10:30 am to 12:00pm . The first class in April 20th , 2022. All materials are included and classes will be held at the Small Arms Inspection Building. (Dixie and Lakeshore Rd) Classes will be 8 weeks in duration.
The Small Arms Inspection Building is a historic,18,000 square foot multi-purpose building. It serves as a cultural hub for a wide range of arts and cultural programs, exhibitions and events. Surrounded by windows, natural light, and scenic park views combined with industrial interior design the venue is ideally suited for painting classes.