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.
Size: The piece is 21" X 30"
On Watercolour Paper
Artist: David Moore
Visual artist, illustrator and art educator David Moore, born in South America, returned to Sarnia when he was 9 years old. His paintings, prints and drawings reflect the vibrant colours of Peruvian weaving, painted ceramics, and line work in engraved silver that were part of his early life. You can learn more about David Moore here: http://mooreart.ca/
Give the gift of creativity this Holiday Season! Head over to the link and place your bid! https://www.32auctions.com/ArtsCanCircleAuction
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 hold a fundraiser for ArtsCan Circle. Get in touch with us firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll help get you started.
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 homes, with daily supplies and activities and participated in morning workshops led virtually by two Indigenous artists - Laura Grier & Que Rock.
LSA is dedicated to using the arts to make social change and to speak up against racism and violence. They recognize that there is much work to do and are committed to being an Indigenous ally.
Thank you, LSA for your putting together an ArtsCan Circle Fundraiser! We are so grateful.