Workshops with Atelier Ludmila

Monthly workshops in the studio at 129 1/2 Hunter St. W. #1

Wednesday May 22nd 7-9pm
The Stories Within the Pictures
“If a picture is worth a 1000 words, then let us try and release them!”
Using Janet Howse’s remarkable exhibition of portraits as inspiration, this workshop will explore how paintings and photographs can be a stimulus to writing stories and poetry.

During the workshop, we will play some writing games involving pictures that will stimulate our creative ideas and move towards an opportunity to write a creative response to one of Janet’s deeply personal paintings.  You are also welcome to bring your own pictures as inspiration.

Be ready to explore what happens when we bring text and pictures together in new and exciting ways!
Please register by emailing $20 or pay what you can.


On-going – check back for Summer Camp and Drop-in sessions coming soon!

Sunday FamJam
noon -2:30 pm
Grab yourself a coffee and let the kids hang in the studio.
With a variety of art explorations including:
Making colour wheels
Shadow puppetry
Imaginary maps

Sunday March 24
Sunday April 14
$20 per child. Drop in.

March 2019
Weaving inspired by Brian Nichols exhibit disINTEGRATION
March Break for young learners aged 9-14
Tuesday March 12 10am-12:30pm
Wednesday March 13 10am-12:30pm
Adult workshops: with guest artist Brian Nichols
Tuesday March 19, 7 – 9:30 pm session filled
Wednesday March 20, 7-9:30 pm session filled
$25 each session.
Space is limited, please register at Ludmilaprojects (at) gmail (dot) com
click here for more information.




Looking for hands-on art creation with your school or community?

Atelier Ludmila creates and delivers workshops for classrooms, community groups, festivals and all sorts of special events.


Community activities: Atelier Ludmila provide hands-on demonstrations in a variety of mediums with a specialty in mask and puppets. We provide all the materials and tools needed for each participant to create and animate their very own creation and/or create group puppets which can be kept as mascots.  A really wonderful way to engage folks of all ages, define community goals and provide loads of  interactive fun.

Classroom activities are designed with thorough lesson plans to support curriculum tie-ins while keeping the experience fun and engaging for various levels, abilities and desires of learners.  Facilitator, Laurel Paluck has been trained through the Royal Conservatory’s Artist in Education foundation course and has delivered programming to learners through the Ontario Arts Council Arts in Education Program to schools, community hubs and conducts studio workshops with the Art Gallery of Peterborough.

Contact us for details at
Ludmilaprojects (at) gmail (dot) com
Interested in private functions?






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