The HBHAS Art Exhibit, “Celebrating Freedom” will be back for its final showing, Halton Hills Cultural Centre.
Date: July 31st to September 8th.
Launch Celebration: August 1st 7:00 PM.
I mentioned last year that participation in the arts and culture brings the community together. It helps improve social inclusion leading the way for positive experiences with diversity, tolerance and free expression. Together we feel safer, stronger. Our community united.
This summer be sure to make time and drop in to discover something new and exciting!!!
I’m creating healing art, not necessarily for the event, inspired by one of the artists participating in the exhibit.
“Healing begins where the wound was made.” -Alice Walker (The Way Forward Is with a Broken Heart)
For more information about the art exhibit contact;
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The spontaneous creativity supports participants to see and integrate what they might be holding in. It also reveals their visionary potentials. It’s the spontaneous drawing that sometimes seems a little scary for some to let go and just create.
Weekend workshops are profound in so many ways. Thank you to those who have come for the experience including those who come back after a year-long transformation. Thank you for sharing your experiences.
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Join our next ‘mini’ workshop on March 2nd at The Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre, Mississauga, ON. For a FULL personal MARI® experience contact me for more details email@example.com
“Your willingness to look at your darkness is what empowers you to change” – Iyanla Vanzant
Connect, network and discuss cultural issues that matter September 29 & 30th.
Cultural Days Burlington is a 2 day event to discover a world of artists, musicians, storytellers, and other creative professionals. Explore local community, roots, and culture inclusive of diversity.
Learn from creative thought leaders. Share each other’s experiences while enjoying the free hands-on interactive activities.
Excited to share that you will have a second chance to see some of the artists who participated in the HBHAS summer art exhibition in Halton Hills. Those participating are, Georgian Fullerton, Ian Grant, Amber Carroll, and Lisa Meecham.
See you there!!
“Let the beauty of what you love be what you do.” ~RUMI
For those of you who we know well and to the new artists participating this year, a heartfelt thanks on behalf of myself and the HBHAS. You remind us of what is possible.
Your work makes the art exhibition beautiful and a beloved community event for the Cultural Centre. We’ve had many visitors this year and so many wonderful compliments. You help us escape, if only for a moment, to different lands through your creative expression “Celebrating Freedom”.
Thank you for traveling to Halton Hills and sharing your positive vibe, talents and creative spirit. It was a magical evening.
Judy Daley, the curator of the Culture Centre, thank you for your input and assistance. We appreciate all the fine detail and effort that happened behind the scenes. We had fun.
To all the artists remember what Langston Huges said, “An artist must be free to choose what he does, certainly, but he must also never be afraid to do what he might choose.” ~ Langston Huges
Are you an artist interested in participating in the HBHAS 2019 Art Exhibition? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Had a great time meeting artist Ian Grant on the Danforth, Areej Art Gallery, this past weekend. His solo exhibit, “The Journey” is more than a collection of photographs. His inspirations come from traveling the world. Some images cheeky and others uniquely soulful where the images transcend those influences.
Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still. ~ Dorothea Lange
Make this your summer destination to drop in and discover something new and exciting!!! A dynamic opportunity to learn more about the artists and their body of work. All stunning and unique.
Surrender to the timeless wisdom of your higher self and join us next month at the Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre for another peaceful Harping for Wellness Workshop.
Harping for Wellness at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre last night was another great success. It’s a fun and safe learning environment for everyone.
So grateful for this creative space where we gather to inspire each other, learn something new and authentically connect with each other. Participating brings us into relationship with like-minded people who stimulate our thinking.
Interested in being part of this mindful service and compassionate group?
To honor Mother’s Day next month we invite you to join us and bring your mom or daughter to share the experience.
Meet Amber our first young artist selected to participate and share her work this summer at the HBHAS Art Exhibition. Location: Halton Hills Cultural Centre Town of Halton Hills 9 Church St., Halton Hills ON. See you there 🙂
See her work on display from July 9th – September 2. Congratulations Amber!!!