Making Art on your iPad using Procreate - New Horizons for Seniors

iPads have become indispensable tools in our daily lives. Did you know they can also be portable studios? They can be used to make amazing art in so many ways – drawing, painting, photography – join us to discover new ways to make art on your iPad.


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Class Dates

Saturday May 14, 2022 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Sunday May 15, 2022 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM


We will be using the Procreate App – a user-friendly program for a variety of applications. We will learn some basic usage –creating a 'canvas' and sizing it for printing or sharing on social media, changing brushes and brush sizes, where your work goes when it 'saves', importing and exporting images (including sharing with others and on social media), file types, using layers, picking colour palettes and so much more. We will put our new skills to work to create a symmetrical drawing with variations, and an image using photography and textures.

This virtual program requires an electronic device with a video camera, microphone, and high speed internet. This workshop will be recorded.

Prerequisite: Familiarity and experience using an iPad; basic drawing skills

There is no charge to register for this event, however we welcome and appreciate all donations.

Limited number of iPads and Apple Pencils are available to borrow for no charge (deposit required). Please call us to book: 905-468-5455

New Horizons for Seniors programs are led by trainers aged 50 and older and are open to people in the same age range.

Thank you to our program sponsor, New Horizons for Seniors.

Registration will close on Friday, May 13 at 4:00 p.m.

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Instructor - Helen McCusker

Instructor - Helen McCusker

Helen has been teaching art for over 20 years. Helen’s teaching is based on a solid understanding of drawing and design principles and personal attention to each student. She is enthusiastic about helping students discover their potential, endorsing - and practicing - artistic exploration and striving for technical excellence.