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SCYAP is open to public between 12pm and 4pm during the week.  We are following Covid- 19 protocols (so masks please) and limiting the number of bodies in the building to 10, however we are still a great place to drop-in and create some art.  As we have mentioned before we have creative content on our website for those who want to keep busy at home. Here are the links where the content can be found.  


https://scyapinc.org/category/creartive-tutorials/ 
https://scyapinc.org/category/quick-crafts/  https://scyapinc.org/category/print-n-make/

We have a YouTube channel !! 


We still have "Take and Make" Art Kits ready for pick up!  You can choose either painting or drawing, and yes these are free, but quantities are limited.  If your organization is interested in having custom "Take and Make" art kits SCYAP will create those for you.  Custom kits start at $10/kit and include everything in the free kits plus a whole bunch more.  The minimum order for custom kits is 10.  Contact projects@scyapinc.com for more info.


Mural Season 2021 
Here is a look at the first mural completed this season.


 Prairie sunrise and or sunset for the Prairie Dog enclosure at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo. 
 
Free Drop-in Art at SCYAP
 
Free art drop-in is open! 
Our current hours are Tuesday and Thursday 3pm to 6pm.
We have Covid-19 protocols in place and we limiting the amount of bodies in the building, but if you have missed Art Leader Silvana Shamo come on down she's ready to help you be creative.
  


The Art Gallery at SCYAP


Our gallery is up and running.  We are accepting exhibit bookings for the last half of the 2021 and into the 2022 calendar year.  If you are or know of an artist looking to show some work then contact us we would be happy to help you out. For inquiries email gallery@scyapinc.com  To learn more about our current exhibit check out SCYAP Art Gallery in our blog posts.

 When you support Pirate Signs all profit goes back into SCYAP programming that helps venerable youth in our community.

Pirate signs was busy in April, here are some highlights.
     

 

wide format printing



speciality flags



More cut dogs and a couple of cats




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

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Floral Butterfly Coloring Sheet

Floral Butterfly Coloring Sheet

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Anne Simmie

Anne Simmie

Local Saskatoon artist Anne Simmie draws her inspiration from nature and her travels. A small sample of her work is on display at the SCYAP Art Gallery from May 3 to 27, 2021.

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Rock Photo Holders

Rock Photo Holders

-large to medium sized rocks. Flat, smooth rocks work the best -wire -wire cutters -marker -acrylic paint -cup of water, rag/paper towel -paint brushes -Mod Podge or clear glue for sealant -beads (optional) 1. Paint a thin layer of white on the rocks. 2. Paint the rocks. For the dots I used a toothpick and the back of a paint brush. When the paint is dry, brush on a thin layer of Mod Podge or...

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Space Ship Colouring Sheet

Space Ship Colouring Sheet

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Surfing Turtle Colouring Sheet

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Mixed Media Hand Cactus

Mixed Media Hand Cactus

-acrylic or watercolour paint -coloured tissue paper -thick paper like cardstock to paint on -smaller piece of cardstock for making plant pot -green construction paper -clothes pin – 2-3 cotton balls or piece of sponge -masking tape -scissors -glue -pencil with eraser on top -markers or crayons for drawing -cup of water 1. Get your paint ready on a pallet. Tape edges of paper down onto table or...

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Paper Plate Puppets

Paper Plate Puppets

-paper plate -popsicle stick -cardstock -scissors -glue or tape -paint, markers, crayons or anything to colour with -craft knife (Please be careful when using sharp objects! Ask for help if you need it!) 1. With a craft knife, cut a straight line on the plate about half way down. Make sure not to cut all the way through the plate. Leave a bit of space at the ends. 2. We will draw or paint a...

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Styrofoam Ball Aliens

Styrofoam Ball Aliens

-small and large styrofoam balls -pipe cleaners -scissors -googly eyes and any other crafty items (glitter, feathers, etc.) -small piece of cardboard or cardstock -scrap paper -glue -paint -paint brushes -container of water -rag or paper towel 1. Cut pipe cleaners into shorter lengths. Poke a smaller styrofoam ball into one end of the pipe cleaner and then poke it into the large ball.

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