Posted on May 26th, by scararts in Recent News. 4 comments


A fresh assortment of creativity; an invitation to make new connections; an opportunity to embrace new media and build upon traditional forms of artistic expression in Scarborough.

This year’s third book was inspired by the theme BACK TO BASICS. What inspired you to become an artist? What is at the foundation of your practice? What got (or gets) you started? Artists and writers were invited to interpret these questions in any way they liked.


2014 Jurors:

VISUAL ART: Erin Peck is Exhibitions & Outreach Coordinator at the Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto Scarborough. In this role, she facilitates contemporary art exhibitions and publications; works alongside local, national and international artists and curators; and develops arts education programs for a diverse slate of audiences. She previously held positions at the Ontario Association of Art Galleries and Gallery TPW.

LITERARY: David Bester is a Toronto-based writer, editor and workshop leader. He is the founder of Sterling, a print and online literary journal of original poetry, fiction and comics; he also runs creative writing workshops under the banner. David is proud to have been a facilitator for the inaugural session of the Scarborough Arts program, Scarborough Seniors Write. If you can’t find him at any of the above locations, he’s likely in Las Vegas.



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