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Sector News - June 2019

03 June 2019

Latcham Art Centre and Gallery Exhibit: WHERE WE STAND

Artist: Camal Pirbhai and Camille Turner
Date:  May 16, 2019 to June 29, 2019

The past, present and future collide in the collaborative work of Camal Pirbhai and Camille Turner, where suppressed histories of transatlantic slavery in Canada are unearthed to be reconsidered in a new light.  The complete WANTED series, 10 large-scale photographs that respond to runaway advertisements posted by Canadian slave owners in late 18th century Canadian newspapers will occupy the gallery walls.  The photographs transform the descriptive texts of humans as property into contemporary fashion ads presenting a fresh and empowered lens in which to look back and ahead.  These powerful images will accompany the video installation, Family Matters, a work that also traverses time, inspired by an enslaved mother and son who were offered for sale in an 1806 Upper Canada Gazette advertisement.

For more informatoin, visit: http://www.latchamartcentre.ca/?q=exhibitions/where-we-stand 

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Shadowpath Theatre Company and York Region Arts Council Release Creative Space Feasibility Study

This report and action plan is the culmination of 12 months of research referred to as the York Region Creative Space Feasibility Study. This study was funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) and was conducted in collaboration between two independent non-profit charitable organizations, Shadowpath Theatre Productions and the York Region Arts Council (YRAC), who have a mandate to serve York Region artists and engage citizens in local arts experiences. The intention of the study is to explore potential solutions to gaps in creation
and presentation spaces that local arts professionals currently face. Read Report

Member News - April 2019

22 March 2019

Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre Events

Hop on in to the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre for Easter Hoppenings on Saturday, April 20th!  The program will run from 1 – 2:30pm and is recommended for children ages 3 to 10.  They will go on an Easter egg hunt, decorate a sugar cookie and create a work of art!  Pre-registration is required.  Go to wsmuseum.ca for more info.

Celebrate International Museum Day with FREE admission to the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre on Saturday, May 18!  The Museum will have an Open House and will offer FREE admission from 12-4pm.  Learn about all the facility has to offer – rentals, summer camps, exhibits, events and programs.  Go to wsmuseum.ca for more info!

Come to the Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre to view the Exhibit: A Stitch in Time.  Enjoy examples of intricate hand stitched samplers from the Museum’s collection.  The exhibit will run from February 5th through April 27th and is included with general admission.  Go to wsmuseum.ca for more info!

Sector News - April 2019

22 March 2019

Theatre Ontario Festival 2019 in Richmond Hill

The annual Theatre Ontario Festival is taking place in Richmond Hill! Don't miss an exciting few days of the best performances from around the province, workshops and discussions.

The festival is taking place from May 15-19, 2019 at The Curtain Club Theatre and at the Richmond Hill Centre for Performing Arts.
For more information and festival programming, visit: theatreontario.org

Canada Needs a More Robust Strategy on Cultural Diplomacy

Why international relations will be a big focus for Simon Brault, the newly reappointed Canada Council director, in his second term. 
Read More

Shadowpath Theatre Company and York Region Arts Council Release Creative Space Feasibility Study

This report and action plan is the culmination of 12 months of research referred to as the York Region Creative Space Feasibility Study. This study was funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) and was conducted in collaboration between two independent non-profit charitable organizations, Shadowpath Theatre Productions and the York Region Arts Council (YRAC), who have a mandate to serve York Region artists and engage citizens in local arts experiences. The intention of the study is to explore potential solutions to gaps in creation
and presentation spaces that local arts professionals currently face. Read Report

York Region Arts Council, YRAC

395 Mulock Drive,
Newmarket, ON. L3Y 4Y9

Phone: 905-726-3278
Fax: 905-726-2788

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