“Firemakers” shares the story of a small group of Fort Albany youth navigating the turbulent waters of their adolescent years. Toronto, ON, Sunday, April 11, 2021– After initially postponing the creation of “Firemakers” due to COVID-19 lockdowns and travel restrictions, ArtsCan Circle and 67 Records have now completed this music […]
Papillon Vinyl Fundraiser Happening Now! Musician John McMillian is generously donating all proceeds of the Special Pressing vinyl of his new album, Papillion, to ArtsCan Circle. The goal is to raise proceeds of $4000 from this campaign! “Listening to John play live is like watching someone paint with sound. Broad […]
The team at Lakeshore Arts (LSA) has generously raised and donated $555.00 from their LSA At-Home Summer Camp series to ArtsCan Circle.
In August, LSA At-Home Summer Camp explored different art forms and activities. The campers received a box, delivered to their
This Holiday Season, ArtsCan Circle is honoured to host an online fundraiser to help raise funds for creative art workshops for Indigenous and Inuit Youth in remote northern communities.
“Blowin Through Town” is a stunning piece of artwork is created and donated by David Moore.
Acclaimed Canadian musician Donovan Woods raised over $10,000 for ArtsCan Circle and Southern Girls Rock Roll Camp! Donovan performed virtually a solo acoustic set from Toronto’s Roy Thompson Hall on November 5th. Thank you, Donovan! You put together an amazing ArtsCan Circle fundraiser and an unforgettable show! You, too, can […]
These are challenging days but the one thing we know and have always tried to do at ArtsCanCircle is to create inspiration and connectivity between artists and the communities we visit.
We are excited about the initiative explained below. It’s so important to us right now to be able to
This week March 9 – 13, ArtsCan Circle returns to Attawapiskat in northern Ontario for a week of creative visual arts workshops with students from Vezina Secondary, supported in full from the Slaight Family Foundation.
Cindy and Lisa will collaborate with students in a project called “Paint the Walls”. While
We are so thrilled to introduce and welcome our newest Board Members and Advisors for 2020! All inductees bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, relationship and insight to our work and we are so thankful for their involvement and excited they will shape our future. Read more about each member
Recently ArtsCan Circle’s Program Manager visited The Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg and what he saw, learned and reflected on will change him forever. Glenn recounts on his time in this blog as we shine a light on such an amazing space that pays homage to people around