On Saturday May 27th, 2017, the Sudbury Horticultural will host the 7th annual Sudbury Gardening Festival to celebrate gardening in Northeastern Ontario. The event will be held at the YMCA Centre for Life and Parkside Centre from 9:30 am to 3:00 pm on that day. It will once-again include gardeningrelated vendors, exhibitors and speakers, as well as the Society’s spring plant sale and juried horticultural show. Each year we invite artists and crafters to book a booth at the Festival to sell gardening-related products that they have created. Outdoor booths will be available at the front of the YMCA building.
Northern Lights Festival Boréal welcomes Max Merrifield as new Artistic Director Change is in the air as current Executive Director for Northern Lights Festival Boréal, Max Merrifield, has been chosen to step in as NLFB’s new Artistic Director. The decision has been fully supported throughout the NLFB Board of Directors, citing that “having been such a central part of the festival for so long, Max is well poised to program a festival that balances tradition and innovation. We are excited to welcome him into the position.” As Executive Director for the past 4 years and well over 15 years of staff.
There are 10 days left to register for the 3rd annual Cultural Forum. If you are planning to attend, but haven’t already done so, please register by November 10th using the link below. The agenda features a panel discussion on creative placemaking and breakout sessions on a variety of different themes. For those looking to get further involved in the process behind the Arts & Culture Grant Program, the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation is recruiting volunteers to sit on the two grant juries (Project Jury and Operating Jury). Jurors assess applications on the basis of artistic/cultural merit, organizational/financial health and community impact. Those interested in serving on the.
Dear OTF friends, OTF is making an announcement today concerning the new granting application deadlines for 2017. This announcement also furthers our ongoing commitment to reforms that ensure OTF operations are more streamlined, simplified and responsive to the needs of community organizations. Indeed, OTF is committed to a process of continuous learning and improvement. Today’s announcement builds on the successful outcomes-based investment strategy launched last year and reflects feedback from key stakeholders including community organizations from every region and community in the province. New 2017 Deadlines The most important change concerns the number of times our individual.
The Arts Facilities Mentoring Network is back! Calling all arts managers – grow your professional network and skills needed to execute capital projects and renovations with the Arts Facilities Mentoring Network! ArtsBuild Ontario (ABO) and our partners at WorkInCulture (WIC) are very excited to announce we are now taking applications for the 2017-2018 iteration of our popular Arts Facilities Mentoring Network! The 2016 program has launched with full registration and we are excited to offer this opportunity to another 20 mentoring pairs! Apply for a mentorship today! Only 20 spots available. About the Program Through the Arts Facilities Mentoring Network, leaders in Ontario’s.
Do you have a new project that you need to test or a new idea that needs to be developed? OR Do you have a proven and successful project that you want to scale up for greater impact? In either case, this workshop may be for you. The Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) is hosting workshops focusing on the GROW and SEED Investment Streams throughout the Durham, Haliburton, Kawarthas and Pine Ridge catchment area during the months of October and November. Topics to be covered: SEED INVESTMENT STREAM: What fits in the SEED investment stream? How do the grant results and application questions interconnect? Why.
Deep Roots January 4, 2017 – February 20, 2017 SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Sunday November 20, 2016 The Living Arts Centre invites emerging and mid-career visual artists to submit works for the juried exhibition Deep Roots. This exhibition will reflect diverse views of Ontario’s cultural identity, geography, language, achievements and history, and will celebrate Canada and Ontario’s 150th anniversary in 2017. For complete submission information, visit our website http://www.livingartscentre.ca/gallery/call-for-submissions or contact Lee Petrie, exhibition curator at *protected email* or 905.306.6161..
When the first snowflakes crash on the ground in Greater Sudbury, you know it won’t be long until the Holiday season! And While the mercury starts plunging, Sudburians passionate about visual arts also know the Nouveau Louvre is gearing up at the GNO (Galerie du Nouvel-Ontario). The GNO invites all artists, of all kinds and practising all styles, to show their work and put it up for sale at the 2016 Nouveau Louvre. Whether you work with charcoal, oil paints, clay or stained glass, it doesn’t matter! We’ll be very happy to accept your artwork, show it in our gallery.
Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann Sudbury Irish Arts Association is a Registered Charity that promotes the arts in regards to Irish cultural traditions (dancing, singing, music, literature etc.) and is looking for an artist to work on painting, on plywood, the figures of an Irish immigrant family as they would have looked 150 years ago. The face area will be cut out so people can have their pictures taken as a family – by putting their own face in the cut out area (mom, pop and 2 kids for instance). The purpose is for picture taking at the Ontario150, Irish Celtic Fair.