Arts & Culture S.H.S.M.

An arts education will challenge you to think critically and to solve problems creatively. Arts and culture are essential in the new global economy. In the past decade, the culture sector labour force grew by 31 per cent, compared to a growth rate of 20 per cent for Canada's overall labour force. These skills that are in high demand.   Click on the link provided to register.

Learn skills and gain experience for in-demand careers including:

  • Painter
  • Decorator
  • Conservator or curator
  • Graphic artist
  • Illustrator
  • Animator and other visual artists
  • Announcer and other broadcasters
  • Film or video camera operator
  • Designers: clothing, interior homes
  • Public relations and communications
  • Theatre, fashion, exhibit designers
  • Weaver and other fabric-making occupations
  • Performers: actor, comedian, dancer, musician

Build your career through a bundle of Grade 11 and 12 courses:

  • Four Arts and Culture Major Credits
  • Two co-op credits in the sector

Gain sector-recognized certification and training that can include:

  • CPR - Level C
  • Standard first aid
  • Customer service
  • Health and safety (basic)
  • Audition preparation
  • Training in an art form (tap dance, improvisation) or technique (figure drawing, conducting)
  • Stage combat
  • Software (animation, graphic arts, photography)

Arts & Culture Registration Form