November 2020 update on live performances and events at the NAC.

L’école à l’œuvre

with Marie-Ève Fontaine
Marie-Ève Fontaine © Jonathan Lorange
© Marnie Richardson
Grade 3–6 Theatre

Duration: 1 hour/session
Maximum number of participants: 25-30 students
Offered to students in class only (teacher must be present)
Offered in French only

*Program starts in January 2021


Marie-Ève Fontaine, artist in residence 

This winter, you and your students could make an exciting connection with an artist and participate in a rewarding creative process.

Over the course of a series of interactive workshops, the artist will share her universe, her insights and her view of the world. As she builds a bond of trust with the students, she will create with them, guiding them step by step to express themselves and give free rein to their inventiveness.

Objectives: 

  • Explore the power of your imagination
  • Discover different forms of art and expression
  • Create alone and in a group
  • Getting to know each other, to collaborate

A series of six virtual workshops, offered on Zoom or Teams platform

Space is limited—book now! To register your class, contact Véronique Lavoie-Marcus, Coordinator of Youth Programs, NAC French Theatre.

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Your donations help the National Arts Centre reach more students, educators and communities across Canada. The National Youth and Education Trust is the NAC’s primary source of funding for initiatives that nurture and develop the creativity of children and youth, and support the educators and artists who challenge and encourage them.

The NAC Foundation would like to acknowledge the generous support from the Leacross Foundation, Friends of the NAC Orchestra, A Donor-Advised Fund at the Community Foundation of Ottawa, The Janice and Earle O’Born Fund for Excellence in the Performing Arts, Grant and Alice Burton, and the donors and sponsors of the NAC’s National Youth and Education Trust, the primary resource for youth and education funding at the National Arts Centre.

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