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“My experience in the art program is much enjoyable as well as being able to expand and prepare for my portfolio. Teachers’ dedication and mentorship are one of the best I have ever seen.” — Sam Tran, Newton Alumni 2020

Visual Arts

This course enables students to further develop their knowledge and skills in visual arts.  Students will use the creative process to explore a wide range of themes through studio work that may include drawing, painting, sculpting, and printmaking, as well as the creation of collage, and multimedia works. Students will use the critical analysis process when evaluating their own work and the work of others.


Students will role-play, use facial expressions, and body movement, work in groups, make personal connections to readings and songs, leverage their imagination to explore and extend ideas. Students are expected to improve their overall language skills in the practice of drama, develop their characteristics and achieve their full potential.

Student portfolio

“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life. —— Pablo Picasso.”

Art is an expression of love and creativity. Check out our students’ outstanding workpieces!

outside of the classroom

Learning is not limited in classrooms only. At Newton International College, we encourage students to step outside of the classroom, preparing students for life beyond school. Our teachers will organize students to visit the museum, art gallery, Sony center etc. for on-site shows, providing them with challenging, exciting and different experiences as well as engaging in a broader range of soft skills such as teamwork, leadership and compromise in their learning environment.   

Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum is also known by an interesting name: The Crystal Creation. Located in the city of Toronto, Canada, Ontario is considered the largest museum of natural and world culture in this country. This is also the 5th largest museum in North America with about 40 exhibition areas along with more than 6 million different artifacts.
Casa Roma
Casa Loma Castle is designed in a sophisticated Gothic style by famous architect E.J. Lennox designed and built in Toronto, Canada in 1911 - 1914. The most romantic love symbol in Canada.
Rogers Centre (Blue Jay)
Roger Center is the world's leading sports-cultural venue, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the city of Toronto. Home Stadium of Blue Jay basketball team.
Scotiabank Arena (Toronto Raptors)
The home stadium of the Toronto Raptors - NBA 2019 Champions and the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League (NHL)
Distillery District
Toronto's Distillery District is a pedestrian commercial village that combines history with modern design and entertainment and creativity. The site opened in 2003 and was formerly home to the Gooderham Distillery and Worts Distillery, one of the largest wineries in North America in the past.
Toronto City Hall
The Toronto City Hall is the workplace of the city of Toronto government and is one of the key architectural works of the city, located in the Nathan Phillips square.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Established in 1900, AGO has a collection of 80,000 works including the Canadian Collection, European Art Masterpieces, and a Contemporary Art collection of all mediums from 1960 to the present.