Family Day @ PdA
In-personMusic Painting Physical activity & movement Pottery & ceramics Visual arts
Date and time
Place des Arts
1120 Brunette Avenue
Directions: Drivers can use exit 40B from Highway #1 then proceed east on Brunette Avenue. See map for location overview. https://placedesarts.ca/contact-and-hours/ Transit users can get to Place des Arts by taking bus 153 or 156 from Braid Skytrain Station or bus 157 from Lougheed Town Centre.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
Written translations of activity prompts will be provided in: French, Arabic, Farsi, Punjabi, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese and Korean.
Gather your crew and head to Place des Arts to immerse yourself in art!
Looking for something creative to do with the family? Curious about programs at Place des Arts? Join us for an art-filled afternoon with fun activities for all ages led by our skilled teachers. At this free event, explore our current exhibitions, experiment with art materials and discover the performing arts. The theme for this Family day is autumn. Any creations made during this event can be taken home. Pre-registration is encouraged.
Reserve tickets for every member of your family who will be in attendance (i.e. if you are attending with 3 other family members, please reserve 4 tickets)
- Register on Eventbrite eventbrite.ca
Place des Arts
Founded in 1972, Place des Arts is a not-for-profit arts education centre with a mission to inspire the artist in everyone. Located in the historic Maillardville neighbourhood of Coquitlam, we offer quality instruction for all ages and skill levels in the visual, literary and performing arts.
All classes and lessons are taught by highly skilled working professionals who take pride in ensuring all students receive personalized attention. Class sizes are based on the needs of the content, while maintaining a low teacher-to-student ratio.
Our Artisan Shop and galleries support local emerging artists, and our events and performances make us a cultural hub, drawing together diverse members of the community to experience the arts.