Art with Heart Studio is an organization which aims to inspire young people (and the young at heart!) in our community to be creative, to use their imaginations and to LOVE the arts!
We are pleased to offer all sorts of classes, camps and workshops in visual, dramatic and musical arts, lead by instructing artists who truly love what they do, in the heart of downtown Simcoe, Ontario
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Hey, Nikki here! I’m about to tell you QUITE the story so sit back, relax. This one’s a doozy. Let’s hop into our time machine: It is December 2019 and I’m writing our newest Drama Kidz play. We are still struggling to open our Simcoe studio after a slew of monumental setbacks and teaching classes
August 23, 2021, Simcoe – Norfolk County seniors are invited to enroll in a new intergenerational arts program at Simcoe’s Art with Heart Studio. The not-for-profit arts education organization is a local leader in offering youth theatre, music, and visual arts programming and mentoring opportunities. Wisdom of My Elders is led by Art with Heart’s
While the world has paused, locked down, seemingly in some ways “stopped;” behind-the-scenes at Art with Heart Studio has never been busier as we fight to combat the harsh financial fallout of COVID-19. It’s time to get real about how a rural nonprofit youth arts organization stays afloat amid a global pandemic.
Sunshine on a Cloudy Day – Pandemic Postcards In honour of this year’s extra special GIVING TUESDAY, here’s a little glimpse into our non profit arts org versus pandemic story, which was featuredon PBS and Eastlink as part of Making Things Count: Pandemic Postcards, brought to you by the incredible Windecker Road Films and starring
When I was just a teeny tiny little person, my grandmother put a paintbrush in my hand and told me that whatever I did with it would be beautiful. I believed in myself, because someone believed in me. When I was in grade 8, I was surprised at my grade eight graduation with an arts
February 16, 2020, Port Dover – The sudden closure of the Norfolk Arts Centre earlier this month was a shock to Norfolk County’s arts community. The public art gallery, located at the Lynnwood National Historic Site in Simcoe, was a casualty in Norfolk County Council’s efforts to cut municipal spending. Caught in the midst of