Harcourt House Artist Run Centre is proud of its role as a learning institution. Our educators and outreach program facilitators provide powerful education projects that encourage creativity, critical thinking, and social engagement. Our programming makes art, history, and culture more accessible and hands-on. Harcourt House continue to develop and deliver its outreach projects both in-house for the special needs groups and through a collaborative engagement with other community organizations, and within educational institutions.

Adult Art Enrichment – Thursdays

Creative Expression Workshops by AMSA
Fee: $2 – includes supplies
Thursdays from 1 pm – 3 pm
@ Harcourt House Artist Run Centre
Art Education Room #1, Annex Building, 10211 – 112 Street NW, Edmonton, AB
Please ring buzzer upon arrival

Adult Art Enrichment – Fridays

Fridays from 1 pm – 4 pm
@ Harcourt House Artist Run Centre
Art Education Room #1, Annex Building, 10211 – 112 Street NW, Edmonton, AB
Please ring buzzer upon arrival

Free instructional classes for adults. Participants may range from individuals with alternative physical, mental or learning faculties to the economically challenged. Offered every Friday in our Annex building from 1pm to 4 pm throughout the year, art instructors facilitate and assist participants in largely self-directed projects. This program offers the chance for all participants to express themselves through art, an opportunity they may not otherwise have. Running for approximately twenty (20) years, our Art Enrichment program is entirely funded by Harcourt House Artist Run Centre, including the paid instructor and all of the supplies for the participants. There is no cost to participants for this program.

Free Friday art classes with Dickensfield Amity House

Dickensfield Amity House is a non-profit community benefit agency that provides support services for the Dickensfield/ Evansdale area. Since July 2013, Harcourt House has provided an art instructor for Amity House’s weekly Friday Art program that runs from 1-3pm. This program is free for participants and is intended to help foster a sense of community among the participants who come together each week to express themselves through art. www.amityhouse.ca

Spruce Avenue Junior High School

This program has a dual component, first to provide students at Spruce Avenue school with access to a professional artist to teach programs like relief printing, drawing, and painting. The second is to provide the art teacher with professional development in curriculum, assessment and technical skills in their art program. The art teacher has no background in art and participates in developing and teaching contemporary art lessons. www.spruceavenue.epsb.ca

The Mosaic Centre

On Tuesday mornings Harcourt House partners with the Mosaic Centre to offer a drop in art program to their clients. The Mosaic Centre is a non-profit wellness centre that serves people faced with poverty, hunger and homelessness in northeast Edmonton. www.mosaiccentre.ca