join the #NinaArtChallenge
to stay creative at home!
The Nina has suspended our programs until the COVID-19 situation has stabilized, but we’re challenging all of our artists to keep making art at home with the #NinaArtChallenge!
Because we know our artists aren’t the only people stuck at home unexpectedly right now, we’d like to invite all of our friends and followers to participate in these art challenges as well. You can sign up now to receive the #NinaArtChallenge prompts by email and create along with us.
Sign up for the #NinaArtChallenge email list
Follow the prompts to create art projects at home.
Let the prompts inspire you and get creative! These projects will require basic materials that most people have at home, but feel free to make them your own using whatever supplies you have available.
Edith Chu shares an art project inspired by Australian Aboriginal Dot Painting.
Learn how to make flowers that bloom all year with Ashley Herrington!
If you’ve ever seen the shape of an animal or object in the sky, this #NinaArtChallenge is for you!
Did you know you can make a beautiful painting using only three colours and simple brushstrokes?
We have a special guest from our RBC Emerging Artists Project with a new project for you to try at home!
Today’s challenge is to create a foil relief using household objects.
Today we’re inviting you to make artwork around the theme of moving forward and looking towards the future.
Where would you go if you could travel anywhere in the world, or beyond?
Today’s prompt is to share your vision of the perfect vacation!
Project #16: Comics
Today’s project idea is inspired by Laura Traverse and Scott Berry from the Nina Collective. These artists have used their talents as illustrators and storytellers to make their own comic books, and we want you to try it out too!
Today’s #NinaArtChallenge is inspired by Mark Trafficante and Jason Koroluk from the Nina Collective. These artists are masters of portraying their favorite musicians, and we want you to give it a try too!
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