Foods 11

In this in-depth class students will investigate food supply, sources, preparation, and delivery as students learn the principles of cooking methodology. Students will learn to identify and use appropriate tools, technologies, materials, processes, and time needed for production as they explore artistic elements of the culinary arts during creation and cooking. Students will also learn how to analyze and evaluate how land, natural resources, and culture influence the development and use of culinary ingredients, as they create their own culinary masterpieces.

Your Educator – Eva Breternitz

Eva is a Vancouver based mixed-media artist, creativity workshop facilitator, and mum of one incredible boy.  Born and raised in Germany, she grew up in a house full of sculpture and pottery which has become her main form of expression. Her great grandfather Otto Lindig was a particular inspiration as he had been the ceramics instructor at the Bauhaus school. She began her professional art practice in Falmouth, England where she completed her Foundation year in Art & Design before transferring to Liverpool John Moores University where she completed her Honours Degree in Fine Arts Mixed Media. She also found a love for etching which informed her painting and drawing style. Upon moving to Vancouver, she continued her artistic practice while pursuing careers in the arts and the film industry, as well as in the social services sector. She is excited to have joined the BrainBoost team in both an administrative and teaching role.

How much does it cost?


(mid-term enrollment offered at a pro-rated price)

When is it?

Wednesdays 1:00pm to 3:00pm

What are the dates?

September 6th – June 14th

(This class is offered with anytime entry throughout the year)

What ages is it appropriate for?


What credits can be earned?

Toward Culinary Arts 11


Contact Us Now

After completing our enquiry form you will recieve a scheduled phone call to speak to our Intake Coordinator for further information on the course and registration process.