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SA Together is a year-long residency program that offers support to arts groups, collectives, and organizations working in or based out of Scarborough. Participants of SA Together get free access to Scarborough Arts’ space, marketing and PR support, professional development workshops and educational resources, and $500 in fees that can go towards funding each group’s events or activities during the run of the program from November 2016 to September 2017.
For more information about the SA Together program, email email@example.com.
Read on below to find more about our inaugural group of SA Together residents. Keep and eye on our website for news and updates!
MVDHOUSE is a brand that started about 5 years ago with a group of curators collaborating together to make art. We started by offering music and film-making services to emerging artists in our area completely free of charge. Since the inception … Read More »
We belong where love finds us
– Anne Michaels, Toronto Poet Laureate
January 2017 marks the start of Canada’s 150-year anniversary celebrations. As the country gears up for a year-long series of spectacles and celebratory events, we invited artists and writers from across the country to reflect on, question, and engage critically with the mechanisms of spectacle and/or explore the personal and political experiences of celebrations.
Featured Visual Artists:
Susan Aaron, Farooq Ahmed, Deon Best, Michel Blondeau, David Brandy, Mike Callaghan, Wendy Carmichael Bauld, Ken Chan, Margaret Chown, Kevin Connery, Anne Crisell, Shayne Darling, Tiffany Dawe, Callum Donovan-Grujicich, Maria Drazilov, Cheryl Duggan, Jayden Duggan, Inga Gircyte, Janice Hardacre, Rukhsar Jaffer, Jennylynd James, Zoe-Theodora Kolonelos, Alan Lo, Stacey MacNevin, Vincent Mak, Susy Martins, Teresa Mellors, Maria Modopoulos, Shawn Morrel, Jordan Nahmias, George Novotny, JC Olsthoorn, Jane Orr-Novotny, Malinda Prud’homme, Aniqa Rahman, Thiviyaa Sehasothy, Wendy Sinclair, Grazyna Grace Stryjek, Jennifer Toffoli, Vickie Vainionpaa, Barb Williams
Featured Literary Artists:
Manivillie Kanagasabapathy, … Read More »
Our new suite of weekly arts workshops, panel discussions, and events launches this January 2017!
Our 2015-2016 Annual Report is here!
This January 2017 exhibition and book launch event invites artists to submit work that questions, reflects, or engages critically with the spectacle of celebration.
This December, the Bluffs Gallery will sparkle with the glow of artworks and crafts made by our membership and available for sale to the community at our Holiday Dreams Night Market and Members Exhibition.
Scarborough Arts invites its members, supporters, volunteers, partners, participants, and members of the community to the 2016 Annual General Meeting. Join us as we look back and celebrate recent achievements, last year’s projects and programs, and new and exciting opportunities ahead.
What: Scarborough Arts 2016 Annual General Meeting
When: Wednesday, November 23, 2016, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM
Where: The Bluffs Gallery at Scarborough Arts (1859 Kingston Road)
RSVP: Please RSVP by November 16 via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the office at 416-698-7322.
The evening will include:
A presentation of Scarborough Arts programs from the 2015-2016 year
Meet and greet with current and new Scarborough Arts staff and Board of Directors
Rites of Passage exhibit in partnership with Reel Asian International Film Festival
A preview of our upcoming 2016-2017 program season
Scarborough Arts’ 2016 Annual General Meeting (from 7:30 PM to 8:00 PM)
Scarborough Arts members, your presence is important at the Annual General Meeting in … Read More »
Scarborough Arts is thrilled to announce our partnership with the Toronto Public Library for the delivery of a new series of writing workshops to support the development of senior writers living in Scarborough. Our Seniors Write program offers free two-hour writer training sessions led by professional editors, authors, and librarians.
This Fall 2016, Scarborough Arts is pleased to present our new suite of weekly arts workshops! After a city-wide call earlier this year that attracted emerging and professional artists and arts educators across the city, Scarborough Arts short-listed accessible workshops, events, and activities that are relevant and present an impact to the audiences of the Scarborough community.
Taking place weekly in or around the Bluffs Gallery on 1859 Kingston Road, these workshops cover different art disciplines including: visual art, literary art, theatre, music, dance, and participatory art. Workshops are categorized into five streams namely: SA Creates, SA Talks, SA Writes, SA Walks, and SA Moves. We invite everyone—artists or non-artists, audiences of all ages and skill levels—to explore their creative side and participate in these workshops.
Registration is now open for all workshops! For more information, contact Sasha Kovacs at email@example.com
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