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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Connextions: Hydrangea Hosta Black Eyed Susan from Flower Carpets Tapetes Floridos

In-person

Photography Self-guided Visual arts
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Date and time

This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.

Location

Trafalgar Park Community Centre

133 Rebecca Street

Oakville, ON

Access

Free.

Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.

Free and accessible parking

About

By Artist Danny Custodio

Nine photo based window murals celebrate community. Building on the success of previous years, the Town of Oakville has once again taken the initiative to invite a fresh cohort of artists to showcase their photographic murals in neighbourhood community and cultural centres. This year's theme of "Connextions" resonates with the current times, as it urges us to reconnect and strengthen our community bonds.

Through this exhibition, the town aims to foster a sense of community spirit and elevate the public realm. Each recreation and culture facility features a striking artwork prominently displayed on a window, allowing for easy outdoor viewing.

The artist offers about his work:

Each year on the island of Sao Miguel in the Azores, citizens line the streets with carpets made of flowers, which are walked on during religious festival processions. I have been collecting local plant life from my garden to continue this cultural and familial tradition by photographing my own flower carpets and digitally assembling the paths.

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Town of Oakville

The Town of Oakville is located on Treaty 14 and 22 lands, the territory of the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, and traditional territory of the Huron-Wendat and the Haudenosaunee. Oakville is home to many different First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. A vibrant and impressive community within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), the Town of Oakville is a beautiful lakeside town with a strong heritage, preserved and celebrated by residents and visitors alike. Since the 1800s, it has become one of the most coveted areas to live and work in Ontario with 225,000 residents calling Oakville home. The town offers all the advantages of a well-serviced urban centre with first-rate facilities and amenities, while also maintaining its small-town feel.