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What's new at SCYAP


On November 30th, 2018 SCYAP rebranded it's sign & design department as Pirate Signs.  It has been a great year for Pirate Signs and we would like to thank the following organizations that chose us for their signage and printing needs.  Aids Saskatoon, Art Placement, LaRoche & McDonald, Drift Café, Saskatchewan Co-operative Association, QBOW Child & Family Services, Saskatoon Farmers' Market, Flawless Flooring, Ride For Dads, CUMFI, Out Saskatoon, Storefront Gallery, Five Corner Smoke Shop, Riverside Badminton and Tennis Club, TIPI Insurance Partners, and ACE Burger.  As always 100% of the profit goes back into youth engagement programming at SCYAP.  Yay us!  One year Anniversary!
                                                                              


  


SCYAP Art Drop-in Hours 
Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 to 9:00 Saturday 1:00 to 6:00
 
Drop-in will be closed December 24, 26, 28 and 31.

 
Join SCYAP Art Leaders at Market Mall one Sunday a month.


 For more information on art drop-in programs email projects@scyapinc.com  

Remember Pirate Signs for all your creative signage needs.

     
  Pressing 150 T-Shirts with front and back decals

      
New outdoor signage for Art Placement
 

Think about Pirate Signs when you want something out of the ordinary. 

http://www.piratesigns.com        info@piratesigns.com

Recent blog posts


Easy Acrylic Pine Tree Painting Tutorial

Easy Acrylic Pine Tree Painting Tutorial

Learn how to paint this beautiful winter night scene! By using just some paint and a few brush techniques, you can easily recreate this painting. It makes a great gift or wall art for this winter. -acrylic paint (yellow, blue, red, white) -large flat brush -small flat brush -something to paint on such as canvas, wood, board, etc. -water container -paper towel or rag 1. Paint the background a dark...

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In the SCYAP Gallery

In the SCYAP Gallery

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Coffee Filter Butterfly and Bat Craft

Coffee Filter Butterfly and Bat Craft

coffee filters -clothes pins -washable markers or water based markers (if it is not a water based marker, the ink will not spread) -acrylic or tempera paint -paint brush -fine tipped black pen -spray bottle with water 1. Paint your clothes pin. When it is dry you can draw a face on it with a black pen. 2. Flatten out your coffee filter with your hands. Using markers, colour the coffee filter.

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Watercolour Basics

Watercolour Basics

Ever wanted to try watercolours but didn’t know where to start? Well you’re in the right place! We will talk about types of paper, paint, brushes, and different techniques to get you started. When using watercolour you will need a thick, absorbent paper. Paper like printer paper or sketching paper will not work and you will end up with a sad, soggy, buckled paper. Watercolour paper comes in...

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