Do you want to be inspired by some local speakers, support local artists, and support a good cause while celebrating the amazing, diverse community of women in Waterloo Region? You can do all of that on Thursday, March 8 at Woman2018.
COBRA is a Hamilton based collective of artists of color. It came to their attention that artists of color are under-represented, both at the grassroots and administrative levels; they seek to offer their perspective as the Hamilton Arts Community begins making strides towards a more complete understanding of the city's under-served artistic scenes.
PULP: Reclaimed Materials Art and Design is a Toronto-based not-for-profit corporation set to encourage community building and environmental awareness. Funds raised during the event go to Evergreen Centre for Street-Involved Youth.
Naki Narh lives in the United Kingdom and Ghana. She is an artist as well as an architect in training. She has been exploring art for as long as she can remember. As the years progressed and as she sharpened my talents, she eventually fell in love with painting.
Markham based artist Xiaojing Yan and Varley Art Gallery Curator Anik Glaude wanted visitors to Out from among the tranquil woods to feel like they had entered a new world where time had stopped and nature was suspended for all to see.