Centre[3] is engaged in a variety of other educational activities, including adult art workshops, arts education programs for schools, free workshops for people with lived experiences with mental health and/or addition, and arts programs for newcomers.

The NuSteel program is an alternative-education program run by the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board, in partnership with Centre[3] for print and media arts. At NuSteel, students study 3 subjects per semester: English (any grade), Art (any grade), and a senior Social Science elective. Students engage in project-based learning, moving through the semester by studying units that tie their 3 subjects together.

Because Centre[3] is an artist-run print and media arts studio, students of the NuSteel program enjoy daily interaction with working artists and people working in the cultural sector.

173 James St N, Hamilton, ON
(905) 524-5084
Language(s): English
Communities served: Adults, Children, People with disabilities, Youth, Seniors
Price range of programming: Free, $ - $0-$20/hour
Organization type: Artist-run centre, Charitable organisation, Non-profit, Program(s)

  • Community Engaged Arts
  • Education
  • Multidisciplinary
  • Visual Arts
  • Artist-Educator Partnership
  • Professional Development
  • In-School Workshops
  • Private Lessons
  • Workshops
  • Outreach Programs

Profile last updated: Apr 3 2020