Are you ready to embark on an extraordinary artistic journey with your little budding creators? At Les Petits Artisanats, we’ve revolutionized art for kids, doing much more than just pencil drawings and paint splatters. We open the doors to an infinite world of creativity and learning, where every child becomes a true craftsman.

Imagine a workshop where your little artists not only explore their imagination, but also create incredible functional objects with a variety of materials. From wood to pottery to fabric and more, our dynamic classes will help them master new techniques every step of the way.

At Les Petits Artisanats, art becomes an exciting adventure where your children can explore all facets of their creativity. Our hands-on approach ensures that each child discovers his or her own artistic style while developing valuable practical skills.

Sign up today for an artistic experience that will broaden your children’s horizons, stimulate their creativity and offer them a space where they can let their imaginations run wild. Join us at Les Petits Artisanats, where art becomes a fun and enriching adventure for all budding little artists!


10 sessions of 2 hours per week

Saturday mornings from 10am to 12pm

October 7, 14, 21, 28

November 4, 18, 25

December 2, 9, 16

Registration deadline: September 23, 2023

Minimum number of students 6 and maximum 10


CCFM | Art Studio – room 141
(Ground floor, right after the art gallery)

For the first session, please arrive at the CCFM reception desk at 9:45 am. The instructor will pick you up.

Level: 6 to 12 years

Price: $160 (+ taxes and other fees)

Materials to bring: Drawing book

Artist in charge of the workshop: Daniela Smith-Fernandez

Daniela Smith-Fernandez is a Chilean-Canadian artist and writer. She started sewing and making art objects when she was little and never stopped doing it. Her works are inspired by traditional crafts around the world and its heritage. Most of her projects are in textiles, but she works in many media. She has received training as a tailor, in cultural anthropology, and is currently studying education at St. Boniface University.