Participant Application

Applications are still being accepted for the course wait-list

Once you've completed the online form, your application will be sent to programs@kiac.ca. If you do not receive an email from KIAC staff confirming that your application has been received within 2 business days, please contact Marie-Claire or Ange at (867)993-5005.

PARTICIPANT INFORMATION

Participants must be 14-18 years of age at the beginning of the program (March 19, 2018). *If you are in grade 9, but will not turn 14 by the start date of the program, you CAN still apply*
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GUARDIAN INFORMATION

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

If you do not have any, enter "none".
If you do not have any, enter "none"

REFERENCE

Please provide a reference (can be a teacher, community leader, mentor, etc - cannot be a family member)
If you would like to include a hand written reference letter, instead of filling out this field, you can scan and email it to programs@kiac.ca

INTRODUCE YOURSELF!

WORKSHOPS

Students will attend one workshop for the duration of the program. Please select your First Choice, Second Choice and Third Choice.
Lead by local DIY print-master, this immersive workshop will run through a variety of basic concepts that are part of many different printmaking techniques. You'll work with stencils, stamps, block printing, and screen printing, giving you the skills to print your own posters, shirts, art, signs, stamps. Once you learn these basic skills, the skies the limit! The focus will be on experimenting, "Do It Yourself" skills and recycled and re-purposed tools. In this workshop you will: make stamps, make stencils, learn to silkscreen, and combine techniques to make mixed media pieces.
This workshop takes a painterly approach to collage, building images in new ways with familiar materials. Collage technique is an excellent vehicle for learning and practicing the elements and principals of design. The mixed media portion of the program takes the collage one step further, incorporating drawing, painting and relief.
Have you ever wondered how they create Wallace & Gromit or those countless Lego movies on YouTube? Come find out! From storyboarding to editing, this workshop will provide participants with a technical introduction to the art of stop motion animation. During the course of the week, participants will experiment with various materials, including felt, wire, Plasticine and Lego, to create their own short stop motion film.

SIGNATURE

An electronic signature is simply a typed version of your signature

Application Timetime

1. Following your application submission, you will receive a confirmation email within 2 business days.
2. Applications will be reviewed and processed as soon as possible.
3. Successful applicants will be notified and provided with additional paperwork (consent forms, student guidelines and payment methods) required to secure their spot in the program.
4. Forms and payment must be submitted by March 2nd.
Questions? Contact Ange and Marie-Claire at (867)993-5005 or programs@kiac.ca.
We look forward to hearing from you!

Wait-list applications must be submitted by March 2nd

If you are submitting a hand written reference letter, don't forget to scan and email it to programs@kiac.ca before the submission deadline (March 2nd).