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OUR MISSION

New Step for You seeks to empower individuals – those living with social, cognitive, physical, and/or emotional needs – through Expressive Art programs to enhance health and well – being
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EXPLORE PROGRAMS
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SEE THE CHANGE
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TRY YOURSELF
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CURRENT PROJECTS

3D Line Art

Working with a range of organizations, community groups and partners, we bring 3D Printing Pens as a unique tool for getting your ideas become a reality to reduce stress and enhance self confident.

3d line art

Inclusive Dance

We are working with different dance studios to present a new programme of inclusive dance sessions for people with diverse needs.

Inclusive Dance

Recycle. Knit. Give Warmth.

An ongoing community-wide project creating knitted blankets and rugs for homeless people by using giant knitting loom made from recycled materials

Recycle. Knit. Give Warmth

150th Birthday Cake

To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday we set out to create 3D-printed cake using 3D printing pens. 12′ diameter 12′ tall, made by 23 community organizations and 550 volunteers. Stay tuned to see the cake next destination.

150th Birthday Cake

ABOUT US

What we Do?

We design and deliver community arts programs to meet the needs, demands and aspirations of the residents of York Region and GTA. We have diverse and comprehensive programs in the classic art types, as well as unique art mediums such as 3D printing pens, Trash to Treasure reuse recycled materials, Play with Puppet, etc.
New Step 4 U play an increasingly important role in the strategic development of the community arts within GTA.

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OUR LATEST VIDEOS & TESTIMONIALS

“Dance puts you into another world; a cloudy heavenly world where you are floating. Where you’re forgetting the past, present and future, and just enjoying the the moment.”

-Ken Faber

Inclusive Dance  participant

…”Albert Widjaja came to a public session with his family for the second time this week. He loved 3D printing so much he took time off work to take part.

“It clears your mind. You can be creative,” he said. He was working on an image of a girl tapping a tree for maple syrup.”…

The Star.com

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