GREAT ART FOR GREAT LAKES (GAGL) involves eight community participation projects that will focus on ideas that evoke a sense of celebration and highlight the grandeur of the Great Lakes and its connection to its people, their history, and diverse cultures. Through a series of public workshops or actions, each community will work towards the co-creation of a permanent artwork as part of celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday.

GREAT ART FOR GREAT LAKES (GAGL) involves eight community participation projects that will focus on ideas that evoke a sense of celebration and highlight the grandeur of the Great Lakes and its connection to its people, their history, and diverse cultures. Through a series of public workshops or actions, each community will work towards the co-creation of a permanent artwork as part of celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday.

What’s On

SEPT 9

Bring Mud. Make Art. Event at Supercrawl!

11 am to 4 pm – 55 York Blvd, Hamilton Public Library

Register

Sept 28

Threading Water Unveiling

10 to 11 am –Mariners Hall, Marina Park, Thunder Bay

Register

Sept 30

Aqua Viva Unveiling

2 to 3 pm – Tett Centre Rehearsal Hall Room, Kingston

Register

Oct 12

Deep Blue Unveiling

10 am to 12 pm – Ontario Science Centre, Toronto

Oct 18

Lake Ontario Portrait Unveiling

6 to 7 pm – Hamilton Public Library’s Central Branch, 4th Floor, 55 York Blvd

Oct 27

Water Columns Unveiling

7 to 8 pm – Roxy Theatre, Owen Sound

DEC 1

Destined for Greatness Unveiling

Aamjiwnaang Community Centre

Love of art is not only my passion, but my way of life.

JOHN WILLIAMS Ojbway Artist

Love of art is not only my passion, but my way of life.

JOHN WILLIAMS Ojbway Artist

GET INVOLVED!

MEDIA INQUIRIES & PROJECT DETAILS

Please get in touch with Great Art for Great Lakes Project Lead,
Christopher McLeod
chris.mcleod@waterlution.org
905-730-4008

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