A Legacy: Charles Dickens, Ebenezer Scrooge & COVID-19 First printed in Silver Sage Magazine, March 20, 2020
by Lucy E.M. Black
We are living in challenging and uncertain times. Many despair about those things that we are being asked to refrain from doing, and many of us are in self-imposed quarantine. But perhaps the current upset of all that is normal, can also provide an opportunity for reflection. In other words, the sudden surfeit of unexpected time and respite from our regular routines may also provide us with the opportunity to regroup and refocus on our priorities. Read more HERE
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington
Are you looking for an exciting summer job opportunity to expand your skills in education and the visual arts? We are looking to grow our vibrant Summer Camp team (Canada Summer Jobs). You’ll support the VAC in providing engaging summer camp activities for the youth of Clarington.
Learn more at https://www.vac.ca/careers.html
143 Simpson Avenue
Bowmanville, ON, L1C 2H9
We're seeking Durham Region based comic book artists for an upcoming art and design exhibit experience in SG:UNDRGRND (the lower level of Station Gallery). If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Artfest Online closing soon!
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Artists | Artisans | Makers | Crafters Independent Authors
PRAC members and friends: Visual Artists
Adrian Liggins, Denise Gracias, Diana Bullock, Diane Huson, Drew Cameron, Erika Takacs, Inese Poga, Jacqueline La Frano, Jan Pettafor, Judith Jewer, Kirsty Naray, Liz Lowe, Lois Child, Marcia Masino, Marilyn Talpash, Michael Black, Michelle Slivinsky, Sarah Shaw, Sylvia LeRoy Indie Authors
A.A.Jankiewicz, A.B.Funkhauser, Amanda Hale, Angie Littlefield, Gwen Tuinman, Joe Mahoney, Kim Michele, Lucy E.M. Black, Peter Fritze, Sheila E. Tucker, Sher Leetooze
The Pickering Community Banner Program celebrates the culture, heritage and beauty of our City. The City of Pickering invites Canadian artists of all ages, or artist teams, to create, design and submit artwork to be used for the Community Banner Program. Using a single or a variety of mediums, artists are asked to highlight the cultural, heritage, and diversity of the City of Pickering through the theme: Live, Work, Play, Inspire.
Up to 35 Community banners will be selected through an open call for art. Call closes annually on the 2nd Thursday of September. Selected banners will be installed throughout City Centre (Esplanade North, Esplanade South, Valley Farm Road, Glenanna Road,
Kingston Road) in early December.
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