Virtual Collage Workshops

In these 4 FREE online sessions, weʼll look at the cutting-edge history and ever- changing evolution of collage. During the first session, a supplies list will be provided if participants want to work along with the facilitator in the following sessions.

Of interest to older adults, service providers and caregivers.

Minimum registration – 5 participants

Maximum registration – 15 participants

Sign up for one session or all.

No registration fee: funding provided by New Horizons for Seniors Canada

To register: contact Hannah Gillett (

Hannah will provide a ZOOM link.


This FREE online series for adults 50+ is sponsored by Centre [3] Hamilton Ontario.

The series is funded by New Horizons for Seniors Canada.

All sessions are 10am to 11am EST

Register for one or all

Mon. March 20th – The History of Collage

Collages can be created from a range of materials, though most are made of paper and feature cut-and-pasted photographs, painted forms and ephemera. As more modern artists began exploring the practice throughout the early 20th century, these mediums became more varied and increasingly experimental. Today, the practice of collage is enjoying a resurgence.

Tues. March 21st – Storytelling with Collage

Tell a story in papers, photos, and other items collected from your world. Capture the textures and colours of your personal memories through your own creative expressions.

Thurs. March 23rd – Contemporary Collage

Discover exciting, fresh and inspirational collage ideas from artists around the world. Try your hand at a Springtime Collage Post Card and send it to a friend or family member.. New ideas will inspire people of all ages and abilities.

Fri. March 24th – Mixed Media Collage

Mixed Media Collage is the combination of two or more artistic mediums on one surface. Instead of just paint or ink drawing, you might create something that combines paint, ink, paper and fabric in surprising new ways! Itʼs a lot of fun for all skill levels.

Register: Hannah Gillett,

Facilitator: Kathy Smith