Bonnie Stiles examines the details of 'Whistler's Mother' by James McNeill Whistler while painting an oil on canvas copy of the masterpiece Feb. 23, 2011 at the Imperial Centre Painting School. The center also offers a series of shorter-term classes on subjects as diverse as blacksmithing, photography and Japanese embroidery.
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Bonnie Stiles examines the details of 'Whistler's Mother' by James McNeill Whistler while painting an oil on canvas copy of the masterpiece Feb. 23, 2011 at the Imperial Centre Painting School. The center also offers a series of shorter-term classes on subjects as diverse as blacksmithing, photography and Japanese embroidery.

Programs reach out to adult artists

By Tyler Kes
Staff Writer

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With hands-on science exhibits and a series of ever-changing art collections, the Imperial Centre is a great place for children to learn.

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