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Join us this summer at Loutet Farm to explore our how our creativity connects us to the world around us! There is so much beauty in nature and humans have been creating with plants and earth for millennia!


When: 19 – 23 August, 2024
Time: 9am – 3pm
Where: Loutet Farm @ 1400 Rufus Ave, North Vancouver
Who: 12 – 15 year olds
Cost: Sliding scale, $150 – 300 (see below for details)
Registration closes end of day July 31st


We are so excited to be making art on the farm this summer! At camp we will be learning new techniques such as making earth pigments, botanical dyeing, weaving, solar photography, working with plant fibres, and more. We will share our art together as well as looking at, discussing, and being inspired by other artists who have made land based art. Each day we will explore a new technique, and we will also have self directed time for students to take those techniques further or work on a project of their own with the support of our art camp mentors.

Earth Wonder is for aspiring young artists, lovers of nature, and kids who are 12 – 15yrs old who are excited to experiment and play in a safe and encouraging environment!




Sliding Scale Info
Due to funding from the City of Vancouver Children and Youth Initiatives Fund, we are so happy that our camp fee operates on a sliding scale basis. We believe that you know your financial situation best, so this decision is entirely up to you with no need to provide proof of income. We want to remove barriers to attending where we can, so this is an entirely judgement free zone!
Our sliding scale is based on the three minerals needed for healthy soil, all as important as each other. It is also based on the work of Alexis J Cunningfolk and Britt Hawthorne.
Clay – $300
Our family
– Has access to savings
– Owns our home or rents in a higher rent bracket
– Is employed with access to good benefits and health insurance
– Has our own transport or can easily use transit
– Is able to meet all of our basic needs
– Can take regular vacations
– Is able to purchase items new whenever needed
Silt – $225
Our family
– Sometimes has access to savings
– Rents a mid-range housing
– Is employed
– Has access to regular and reliable transport
– Experiences some financial stress, but is able to meet our basic needs
– Is able to take vacations sometimes, but it is a stretch financially
– Can buy some things new and others secondhand
Sand – $150
Our family
– Does not have access to savings
– Rents lower income housing, or does not have secure housing
– Is underemployed or unemployed
– Does not have access to regular or reliable transport
– Experiences financial stress often and finds it hard to meet our basic needs
– Cannot afford to take vacations
– Rarely buys new things as we have little extra income