The LSA Winter 2020 Schedule has arrived!

Winter 2020 Workshops
are now open for

Join the Lunenburg School of the Arts this winter for
new courses and returning favourites!

To view the full schedule and register visit:

Give the gift of creativity
this holiday season with a
LSA Gift Certificate!

Call (902.640.2013), email,
or visit our office to get yours.

The LSA is excited to welcome ceramic artist and instructor Anna Bald to our School. Anna will be teaching two ceramics courses this winter:
Claystation Staycation: Hand-building & an after school youth program: Animal Kingdom: Kids & Clay.

Anna Bald is an interdisciplinary artist with a background in ceramics, design, and painting. In addition to her BA from the University of Victoria (2009), she studied fine arts at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University and the University of Victoria. Bald has exhibited her works on both coasts of Canada.

Learn more about this artist and our programs by visiting our website.

Winter 2020 will introduce a new acrylic painting workshop with the help of the talented Sharon Fox Cranston, SCA, PSA, MPAC:
Pushing Colour and Light: Painting with Acrylic


Sharon Fox Cranston is a Colourist at heart, she pushes colour and light to evoke an emotional response and to actively challenge the viewer to interpret the work for him or herself. Having taught for over 12 years, she enjoys sharing the knowledge she has acquired with her students to help them grow within their creative path. A full time artist and gallery owner for over ten years, this award winning artist’s work can be viewed in Lunenburg at Cranston Gallery.

Learn more about this artist and our programs by visiting our website.

Back by popular demand! Ceramics students have their choice of hand-building or wheel throwing this winter with LSA favourite, Marla Benton:
Textured Tuesdays: Hand-building & Wheelie Wednesdays: Bowl-making.

Marla Benton is a clay artist and educator. Through all her experiences, Marla has been exposed to many different materials. She found that clay was a perfect fit for her. From functional to sculptural, to installation art, her work encourages a personal connection through text and interactive hands-on elements.

Learn more about this artist and our programs by visiting our website.

Another LSA favourite, Michael Peters is back with a course for anyone who is interested in drawing. Both students new to the arts and those with experience will have something to learn in this fantastic workshop: I Walk the Line: Drawing Fundamentals

Michael Peters is an artist and a design professional with over three decades of multidisciplinary expertise in design, design management, and art and design education. He has a Masters of Design from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, 2012, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Mt. Allison University, 1977.

Learn more about this artist and our programs by visiting our website.

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