Accessible Art

Accessible Art is an art therapy program produced, developed and created by artist Stephanie Limage for children and youth who live with complex medical, physical and developmental needs. This program is ideal for children who have conditions affecting physical, motor or sensory development or have acquired a brain injury, prenatal exposure to alcohol or other drugs, cerebral palsy, or autism. The unique nature and complexity of their needs may make it difficult to find all the support they need at home or in their community which is where art can play a vital role in development. 
This program is used as a conduit to make art accessible for all and break down barriers while producing art! 
Participants have the opportunity to produce an individualized self-curated assisted collaborative art piece with the workshop producer and fellow volunteer artists. 
This program is currently held in Ottawa, Montreal and Vancouver by request.


Individual or Group Sessions are available. 
Please contact us for more information on upcoming dates. Currently, Accessible Art is run as an annual program at the BC Children's Hospital,

for inpatients and outpatients only. The program is always offered for free as well as all of the materials thanks to generous sponsors like Opus Art Supplies. 


















Social Responsibility and The Arts - Impacting The World Through Art - Eight-Week Course.

Currently offered at the Ottawa School of Art Downtown Campus or by request.


In this course, students will learn hands-on how they can positively impact the world as well as others through their art and creative gifts. Students will be learning and producing an arts event fundraiser based on a template that can be replicated anywhere in the world to help others in the future through their art. At the end of the course, students can invite their friends and family to the art fundraiser event they themselves produced during the course. The event is an opportunity for students to show off their newly honed skills as well as a collaborative art piece produced during the course while giving back to the local community!


What to Expect:

•    Students will have the opportunity to create a collaborative community art piece with other participants utilizing multiple artistic disciplines such as digital media, painting, stencilling, drawing, event production + planning, event marketing + fundraising 101 and much more!


•    Students will be able to learn hands-on with other course participants how to put together their very own art show fundraiser while learning to harness the power of artistic collaboration. Proceeds of the fundraiser directly benefit the OSA’ s Scholarship Fund that provides resources for students who do not have the financial means to attend the OSA.


•    Students will learn about Social Responsibility and what it means to put your art into action. During the course, students will be putting on and producing their very own collaborative art fundraiser event that they can invite their friends and family to at the end of the course!


•    Students will walk away with a template for arts outreach + fundraising that they can reproduce in their communities, schools and beyond!

Introduction to Artist Marketing + Digital Media Production - Five Week Course.



Currently offered at the Ottawa School of Art Downtown Campus or by request.


An introductory hands-on results-oriented course in artist marketing and digital media production to get you launched into the next stage of your career. Walk away at the end of the course with an established online presence as well as a web-based portfolio you can manage and continually develop independently. 













Accessable Art With Steph Limage Art Theraphy
Social Responsibility Steph Limage OSA 2016
Artist Marketing