Welcome to artmania, a place for people and art!
We are a team of highly creative and enthusiastic artists with a passion for sharing our knowledge through classes for all ages. At artmania, we are happy to be celebrating our 14th year of bringing art classes to elementary schools across the lower mainland. We are also very proud of our newest addition to the company, a studio and gallery space in the heart of beautiful Dundarave Village, West Vancouver.
What we do:
artmania offers fun and exciting art classes for children and adults. At our studio, we provide the creative setting for a hands on art experience through classes and workshops. We also bring the artmania experience to your local school, offering lunchtime and after school classes.
We offer art parties and workshops at our studio, in your home, or work place. Each event is custom designed to suit your needs. We have a selection of parties to choose from that range from printmaking, wacky crush t-shirts, funky sculptures, cool screen-printed bags and more.
Our gallery showcases and supports unique and emerging local artists.
Please feel free to contact us by phone, through our website, or by visiting our studio to find out more about our programs!
At Eaton Arrowsmith we teach our students a series of exercises to help them strengthen their brains and address the cognitive weaknesses that cause their specific learning difficulties.
All of our schools operate on the principle of neuroplasticity – the brain’s ability to be strengthened over time with targeted training. This sets us apart from other learning intervention programs. Traditionally, a student who struggled with handwriting, for example, would learn to use a keyboard or be given more time to write tests.
We don’t teach students to work around their difficulties; we help them address them.
Testimonial: “The Arrowsmith program itself is truly breaking new ground for students with learning differences. We saw changes in our daughters that I do not believe we would have seen had we kept them in the schools they were in. These changes continue to this day.” ~ Jean, Mother of two Eaton Arrowsmith students