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Who are our members? What are their stories?
Enjoy our intimate video profiles of select SA artist members.
As a celebration of diversity during Asian Heritage Month 2012, we produced three spectacular, intimate video profiles of selected Scarborough Arts Members. We’re celebrating our members while reaching out to new audiences, SA members and potential SA supporters. This is an ongoing initiative.
Scarborough Arts acknowledges the support of the Ontario Arts Council Arts Investment Fund for this initiative.
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
SA Behind the Scenes.
Ben here (SA Program Director), with the first ever post of what I’d like to call “SA Behind the Scenes”. There is always so much happening in-house that doesn’t necessarily make it out into the public eye.
Throughout May, it’s been like a bee-hive here! Amongst many other things, we’ve been working on a three-pronged celebration of diversity, during Asian Heritage Month. 1) We’ve produced three spectacular, intimate video profiles of select SA artist members. 2) We’ve worked on the translation and integration of useful Scarborough Arts info in 5 new languages, which we’ve incorporated onto our website. Check out the orange characters in the top right area of your screen. 3) We’re launching a print media ad campaign in four local ethnic media publications. We want to raise awareness of the work that we do, and also give people … Read More »
Introspection (2019). Photo by Kat Rizza Photography.
Every year, Scarborough Arts produces its Annual Juried Exhibition, a showcase of visual and media art created and curated in response to a themed call. Pieces, which can be in any medium, are selected for exhibition based upon a combination of artistic quality, technical execution, conceptual strength, originality, and impact. The jury, made up of gallery and community arts professionals, changes each year.
From 2015 to 2017, the BIG ART BOOK, a print and online anthology of visual arts and literature, was published as a companion to the Annual Juried Exhibition.
Check back here Summer 2020 for announcements on our 35th Annual Juried Exhibition Call for Submissions.
JURORS: JENNYLYND JAMES (ARTIST) / HABIBA EL-SAYED … Read More »
Welcome to the new Scarborough Arts newsfeed aka blog aka recent news aka total record of what we’re up to! We have so many great things going on all the time and we want to share them with you. After lots of thought, we’ve decided that the best way to get our information out is by utilizing the tools we have all come to know and (secretly) love, the Internet! So here we are (as well as here and here) so between these three places, we’ve surely covered enough ground to let you know about really awesome events and projects. Kind of like this or this and especially this. So, without further ado, we’re very much looking forward to this new avenue of communication and we hope you enjoy it too. Your feedback is always welcome so please, leave us a … Read More »