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Art Class Carved Inukshuk ~ 2+ Hours

Art Class Carved Inukshuk ~ 2+ Hours

Regular price $113.00 USD
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Click the gold "Book Now" button above to reserve your time in our captivating stone carving classes open daily by appointment from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. for kids and adults!

To request an immediate or specific start time, call (604) 962-7722 or Email  Gallery@FathomStone.com


Class Type: Carved Inukshuk Art Class

Stone Type: BC Soapstone
Size: 3" x 1" x 3"
Class Length: 2+ Hours
Ages: 8+
Price: $150 Per Person

Unleash Your Creativity: Carved Inukshuk Art Class!

Join us for an immersive Carved Inukshuk Art Class where you'll have the opportunity to create your very own Inukshuk masterpiece. Let your imagination soar as you choose your favorite stone, design your individual inukshuk style, carve, file, and bring them to life with a final oil.

Carve Your Stone Legacy: From Inukshuks to Unique Creations, Let Your Artistry Shine!

Experience the thrill of designing and carving your Inukshuk masterpiece. Whether you envision a traditional Inukshuk or want to explore your own unique designs, the stone becomes your medium, and your hands become the architects to manifest your artistic vision.

Art Classes for All: Kids and Adults Welcome!

Our carved Inukshuk art classes cater to both kids and adults, ensuring an inclusive and enriching experience for all. We understand the importance of personalized attention, which is why we offer private classes tailored to your schedule. Simply let us know your preferred start time between 9 am and 7 pm, and we will reserve your space. Our skilled instructors will provide step-by-step guidance as you create your own stunning Stacked Inukshuk art piece using a variety of stones. All materials are included, and assistance is readily available throughout the class.

Indulge in Whistler's Delights: Drop Off Your Kids and Enjoy!

While your little ones immerse themselves in our educational, creative, and fun-filled classes, take the opportunity to indulge in Whistler's abundant offerings. Whether you choose to explore the outdoors, savor exquisite dining, engage in recreational activities, or simply relax and rejuvenate, our classes provide the perfect rainy-day indoor activity for both kids and adults.

Unforgettable Group Experiences: Perfect for Conventions and Conferences!

Planning a special gathering? Our group bookings cater to conventions, conferences, and more. With the flexibility to accommodate up to 150 individuals, we can even bring our classes to your location at the Westin Resort, ensuring convenience and a memorable experience for all.

Reserve Your Spot Today!

To secure your place in our Carved Inukshuk Art Class, please call us at (604) 962-7722 or email us at Gallery@FathomStone.com. Don't miss the opportunity to unleash your creativity, explore the art of carving Inukshuks, and take home a treasured stone artwork crafted by your own hands.

 

Inukshuks, iconic stone structures found in Northern Canada, served various purposes for the indigenous peoples of the region.

  1. Inukshuks were primarily used as landmarks and navigational aids in the vast Arctic landscapes. These distinctive stone formations, carefully stacked by hand, helped guide travelers and hunters through the otherwise featureless terrain.

  2. In addition to their navigational function, inukshuks held cultural and spiritual significance for indigenous communities. They represented the presence of humans in remote areas and symbolized communication, marking places of importance such as hunting grounds, campsites, or sources of food and water.

  3. Inukshuks also served as message boards, conveying information to others passing by. They could indicate safe routes, highlight dangers like thin ice or treacherous terrain, or point the way to nearby resources.

  4. The word "inukshuk" translates to "in the likeness of a human" in the Inuit language. As such, these stone structures often acted as representations of human figures, serving as reminders of human presence and connection in an expansive and sometimes harsh environment.

 

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