The school was founded by Nadia Segal in 1992; She is a teacher with a large body of experience working in art schools in Russia, Israel, and Canada. The students of this school have participated and won in many international as well as local competitions and exhibitions. Many of them are currently enrolled in or finishing their post-secondary education in fine arts programs in various colleges and universities.
Exhibitions:
1994 – International competition “Jerusalem’s 3000 Years”, Israel.
1996 – International competition “The Future of my Country”, Russia-Germany.
1998 – Competition of child art. “The Life of Jewish Immigrants in Canada”, Ottawa.
1998 – International competition “My Favorite Athlete”, Japan.
1999 – International competition ‘Reading Pushkin”, Moscow, Pushkin Museum.
2000 – Competition of child art “What Will the XXI Century Be Like?”, GCC.
2001 – Competition of child art dedicated to V Day, Russian Embassy in Canada.
2002 – International contest “The Magical World of Fairy-Tales”, Moscow, Pushkin Museum.
2005 – “60th Anniversary of V-Day”, Ottawa, Museum of War.
2006 – Exhibition in Vaughan public library.
2007 – Exhibition of Child Art, GCC.
2009 – Exhibition in Vaughan public library.
2010 – Exhibition in Vaughan public library.
2011 – Exhibition in Vaughan public library.
2011 – The Neva Rainbow (Russia)
2012 – Exhibition in Vaughan public library.
2013 – Exhibition in Vaughan public library.
2013 – Exhibition in
Ansley Grove Library .
2015 – Exhibition in Vaughan public library.
2017 - Exhibition in Segal Art School,
Art club "Надежда"

Curriculum
The curriculum is built on the finest tradition of the Russian schools of visual art. Students learn a variety of techniques and mediums: graphic art, watercolors, gouache, oil paint, acrylic, ink, and many more. Our program of study includes:
- Life Drawings
- Composition
- Sculpture
- Ceramics
- Batik
- Mixed Media.
- Decorative graphics.