Established in 1976, The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington provides exciting local, regional, and national contemporary art exhibitions and education programming to the Durham Region.
Housed in the historic Cream of Barley Mill, the Visual Arts Centre reaches into the community with its Art on Public Lands, Curriculum Connections, Winter Wonder Learn and p ARTners projects.
The complex includes multiple galleries, an education centre, a sculpture courtyard, cafe, gift shop and framing department.
As a cornerstone of culture in this region, the Gallery is committed to building a vibrant, healthy and creative community.
Located in a beautifully landscaped sixteen-acre park on the banks of the Grand River, Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant was established in 1958 to provide a programme that would stimulate an interest in and appreciation of the arts and encourage creative activities within the community.
The Gallery is owned and operated by the Fort Malden Guild of Arts & Crafts, a charitable organization incorporated in 1975.
Congratulations to all the nominees and award winners!
Calgary is hosting the 2018 IAWP conference August 26-30th. The Executive Board of OWLE are deeply saddened and disappointed with the ruling from Pride Toronto to exclude Police Officers from the Toronto Pride Parade.
After much deliberation well known jewelry designer Sandra Lewis was commissioned to design a one of a kind commemorative bracelet using Greek Goddess Athenas owl as inspiration.
Sandra has designed a sterling silver charm on a fitted black leather band with a stainless steel magnetic clasp, and an OWLE stamp on the back of each charm.