Young Rembrandts - Ottawa, Ontario
The Power of Drawing
Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children.
Young Rembrandts teaches the drawing skills children need while developing learning skills that give children an academic advantage in the classroom.
FALL DRAWING CLASSES - REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
Register by August 25th to receive a 10% discount!
"Ottawa program hones children's developmental skills..." Read the feature article in OTTAWA PARENTING TIMES MAGAZINE Parenting Times - Young Rembrandts
Read about one Ottawa family's experience with Young Rembrandts at The Mother of Adventure - Young Rembrandts
After-school classes in the for schools in Ottawa Catholic School Board AND Ottawa-Carleton District School Board are arranged with us directly with principals and/or parent council.
Saturday classes are offered in cooperation with the Ottawa Catholic School Board, Continuing and Community Education.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO BRING YOUNG REMBRANDTS CLASSES TO YOUR SCHOOL?
Young Rembrandts offers classes after-school at elementary schools. Parent councils, principals and teachers can contact us for information about offering classes to your school community. We require only a small space with tables and chairs and we leave no mess. Classes may be quickly and easily arranged.
About Young Rembrandts
Young Rembrandts is an exciting children's drawing program in the Ottawa area! Young Rembrandts is an art enrichment program that has given the power of drawing to thousands of young artists across Canada and the United States.
What do we do? In each week's new exciting (and kid-tested!) lesson, we use a step by step method that assures every student is a creative success. As we learn and use technical drawing skills, children engage their problem solving skills, innovation, and imagination create an eye-popping masterpiece!
Using our unique 20+ year method students will also improve their fine motor skills, patience levels, focus and ability to stay on task. Best of all, they'll gain a new found confidence in a skill they never knew existed - the ability to say "I can do it!" And yes, all that learning comes with a big bunch of fun.