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Visual Artist

Sabine Lecorre-Moore
2451 30 Avenue Southwest Calgary AB T2T 1S1
Phone : 4035120387


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School year/Age

Grades 1 to 12.

Language level

French as a First Language
French immersion
French as a Second Language

School subject (primary)

Fine Arts

School subject (secondary)

Fine Arts

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Vocabulary list used during the workshop.

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The learning outcomes are:

  • Meeting and interaction with a French-speaking artist
  • Learning watercolour painting technique
  • Learning about Alberta's culture, geography and diversity


The workshop is organised to learn basic artistic techniques. Materials are provided by the instructor. The help of the teachers is appreciated. The workshop can be done online or in the classroom.


From Octobre to June.

Number of participants

The workshop is designed from 1 to 25 students.


The workshop is 60 minutes long.


One workshop including materials for a class of up to 25 students is $225.00
For schools outside the Calgary area, there is an additional cost for purchasing and shipping materials.


Sabine Lecorre-Moore proposes a school workshop that combines the presentation of an exhibition of some twenty paintings from the Painting Alberta project* with the creation by each student of a watercolour inspired by the landscapes of our province.
First, she will talk about the project and the different landscapes found in our vast territory. Then, the students will learn a unique watercolour painting technique created by the artist. This workshop has been given in the past with great success, during the Sugar Festival, at the Fête Franco, at the CAVA Gallery, in francophone and immersion schools in Calgary and at the Alliance Française of Calgary. This workshop is for grades 1 to 12.

*Painting Alberta is a project started in 2017, which when completed it will count three hundred and sixty landscape paintings, for a 360 degrees view of our province.