What Music Means to Me: A Participatory Art Installation (Queen Elizabeth Park Centre)
Date and time
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
2302 Bridge Road
Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, and is a relaxed performance.
This art installation will be a traveling participatory mural that celebrates “what music means to me.” Music plays an instrumental role in many people’s lives and has been proven to improve mental health, test scores and overall well being. Our staff will take the piece (which will be created on a large butcher paper roll) to all of our Culture Days events and participants will be able to add their take on “what music means to me” to the mural.
You can find our event at Iroquois Ridge on September 23, at the Oakville Centre for Performing Arts on October 1 and at the Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre on October 14.
Bandology was willed into being by people who understand the multiple life-long benefits that music provides. United by common goals while participating in a high school music parent association, the co-founders were inspired to go beyond the classroom and into the community to help spread the love of music.
Bandology's mission statement: More music for more kids via education, collaboration and community.
This event is part of a hub:
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre (QEPCCC) is a unique and dynamic public space created to fulfill the recreation, arts and cultural needs of the community. This one-of-a-kind, multi-use facility features more than 144,000...