Ottawa School of Art
The Ottawa School of Art (OSA) is a non-profit art school located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The school offers a variety of art and design courses and workshops for adults, children and youth. OSA provides a range of programs that include drawing, painting, printmaking, digital art, sculpture, and more. They also offer summer camps for children and youth as well as evening and weekend classes for adults.
OSA is committed to providing students with a comprehensive and well-rounded education in the arts. The school’s programs are designed to provide students with a solid foundation in the technical and theoretical aspects of art and design, while also encouraging them to explore their individual interests and creativity. The school’s curriculum is designed to provide students with a balance of traditional and contemporary art and design practices.
Instructors at the Ottawa School of Art are professional artists and designers who bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the classroom. They are dedicated to providing students with a positive and supportive learning environment where they can develop their skills and explore their artistic interests. OSA’s instructors are passionate about their craft and are committed to passing on their knowledge and expertise to the next generation of artists and designers.
The school’s facilities include large and well-equipped studios for drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture and digital media. The school also has a well-stocked library and resource center where students can access art books, periodicals, and other materials. This allows students to learn from the best and stay up to date with the latest trends and techniques in art and design.
OSA also has a strong community outreach program, which includes exhibitions and events featuring student and faculty work, as well as partnerships with local schools and organizations. The school also hosts an annual fundraising art auction, which supports scholarships for students and the school’s community outreach programs.