"An Opportunity for Local Arts" The Recorder and Times (Brockville, ON)
"Planning meeting at museum for Culture Days 2015" Daily Press (Timmins, ON)
"Video captures Culture Days in Orillia" Packet & Times (Orillia, ON)
"Enjoying our culture in Aurora and Ontario" The Aurora (Aurora, ON)
"In Picture: Culture and cardboard" The Barrie Examiner (Barrie, ON)
"Sioux Lookout celebrates cultural events" Sioux Lookout Bulletin, (Sioux Lookout, ON)
"You're invited to Conduct Us" The Toronto Star (Toronto, ON)
"Culture on display" Packet & Times (Orillia, ON)
"Knit a Square' for Culture Days at the library" The Expositor (Brantford, ON)
"Interactive art exhibits highlight three days of Culture Days events" Etobicoke Guardian (Toronto, ON)
Culture Days is . . . joining in a drum circle led by the Perpetual Peace Project at the Welland Community Wellness Complex! Photo: Cassandra Magazzeni.
The City of Guelph has an open call out for community-engaged projects celebration Canada's 150 and Guelph's 190th. Deadline March 13.
Hey performing arts presenters, artists and producers - Explore Arts Engage Canada! It is new online platform for to exchange and explore ideas to take on a transformative role in their respective communities through community engagement activities. The platform is an initiative led by Ontario Presents
Congrats to the #GGARTS 2017 Winners! Always an inspiring list of artists to learn about.
"I do think that we are innately creative, all people no matter how much we often believe that we aren't.. we are designed with innate creativity we unlearn it so quickly...there are endless ways you can experience creativity that expression is healthy and important for your well being." Words spoken by fellow creator, fellow YAAP artist and fellow friend Amber Aasman. Words that I keep close to heart in my own journey with I.AM. It is a true blessing to witness Wild Blue Yonder into its journey, capturing gems of Canadiana wilderness through their work. Shout out to Ontario Culture Days for connecting our worlds together :)
Culture Days is . . . dancing and learning all about African history through music and dance at Toronto Public Library! Photo Credit: Kevin Jones.