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Canada Summit Centre - Art Atrium in Main Foyer

Huntsville, ON



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


On Friday, from 2 to 3 pm, bring a work of art and share your story of it. Where did you get it? What does it mean to you? How do you interpret it? What do you think the artist meant? How does it inspire you, motivate you, and make you feel? Does it add to your own creativity and well-being? Huntsville's manager of arts, culture and heritage will lead this discussion.


Teri Souter, Manager of Arts, Culture and Heritage, Town of Huntsville

The Town of Huntsville is proud support, explore and join in the evolution of Arts and Culture. Our commUNITY is committed to accessible and inclusive creative well-being for all. "The elements that inspire are still here."


This event is part of a hub:

Huntsville Art and Wellness Weekend Canada Summit Centre

Town of Huntsville Huntsville, ON

Visitors to the Canada Summit Centre in Huntsville will be able to enjoy indoor temperature controlled environment with a free walking track, swimming, skating, art exhibit, sports displays and access to all kinds of programs guaranteed to...