There is going to be a new activity for family Saturdays at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery (JNAAG).
During Family Saturday, the gallery is exploring Art Deco and Art Nouveau motifs inspired by Frances-Anne Johnston.
Community Art & Education Coordinator at JNAAG Anna Miccolis said Johnston was a student of many art motifs.
"Throughout her life she explored many formulistic approaches to art making. She painted still lifes, she's painted landscapes," Miccolis said.
Starting this Saturday, the gallery will have a create a Holla-day Celebration Cards activity.
Miccolis said sometimes parents also dive into the activity with their children.
"Sometimes parents, I really love to see, collaborate with their kids in the art making in the studio too," she said.
Every week the activity will be the same during Family Saturday.
Miccolis said this was done on purpose.
"This is designed with the intention of allowing people to come through and experience the activity without that crush that they have to come every Saturday," she said.
Family Saturday takes place at the gallery between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. and every month there is a new activity.
Admission is also free and open to everyone but children have to be accompanied by an adult.