Do you feel passionate about the effects of climate change and would
like an opportunity to express yourself through your art?
The Oakville Arts Council the the Halton Environmental Network are discussing a potential initiative to engage our community and inspire action through works of local art. We need your input.
We are holding two information sessions on September 25th. You can join us from 1 - 3 PM or from 7 - 9PM. Both sessions will be held at Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre at 2302 Bridge Road, Oakville.
The Oakville Arts Council is a not-for-profit charitable organization that serves a membership of artists, arts organizations, and the general public, as an arts information service in Oakville. We exist to foster and sustain community engagement in the arts while championing artistic development. By enabling local artists and arts organizations and encouraging participation in the arts we enrich the creative life of our town. The arts are vital to achieving a healthy, innovative and vibrant community.
The Halton Environmental Network (HEN) is an incorporated non-profit organization operating in the Region of Halton, Ontario (Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton, and Oakville). HEN shares information and resources with member environmental groups, other non-profit organizations, businesses, governments, and the public. HEN has been effectively engaging the Halton community for over 13 years.
Phone: (905) 815-5977 | Email: email@example.com | Address: 2302 Bridge Road, Oakville, ON, L6L 2G6
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