In commemoration of Black History Month, Scarborough Arts presents Commemorate!, a series of free and open-to-all events that encourage the remembrance and honouring of the significant contributions of Black Canadians and of the African Diaspora to our city, country, and to the rest of the world. Happening on several Tuesdays throughout the month of February, these events will feature evocative artists and their works, plus great conversations and great food.
Drop by one or all of these events! Here are the details:
Commemorate! A Visual Arts Exhibition
February 9 to March 4, 2015
Works that honour the legacies of Black Canadians and explore the diverse creative expressions of the African Diaspora and its identities and cultures will be showcased. Exhibiting artists include: Mitzy Blair, Wendy Carmichael Bauld, Janice Hardacre, Karen Harkins, Gabrielle Lasporte, Charmaine Lurch, Danilo McCallum, and Petrose Tesfai.
Gallery Winter Hours: Monday to … Read More »
SA Behind the Scenes:
In-Development: Scarborough Arts Podcast
We have the capacity, we have the creativity, and we have the technology. In our position as the well established Local Arts Service Organization (what is a LASO?) we have the connections to reach out to a diverse, engaged cultural network.
Stay tuned in the late summer/early fall for the first Scarborough Arts Podcast; celebrating creativity and exploring the cultural fabric of Scarborough. This will be an ongoing experiment, where we can all flex our muscles as cultural leaders and artistic stewards of the East.
Please let us know if you’re interested in contributing.
Seeking Tech Guru: We’re currently looking for a tech guru who can help us capture the recordings and then edit together the first podcast. We’ve got some sweet USB microphones: 2x Snowball Mics from Blue Microphones, in order to capture clean, crisp recordings, but we … Read More »
SA Behind the Scenes:
The Bluffs Gallery is alive!
Rob Snikkar has just left, after installing some interesting things.
He has made my brain hurt (in a good way) with his new mobiles and music paintings.
Drop by 1859 Kingston Road to check it out. Monday – Friday, 9am-5pm.
Learn more about Rob here: www.snikkar.com