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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
Chainmaille Dreamcatcher Demonstration with Trish McLaughlin
In-personDesign History & heritage Indigenous Sculpture & installation Visual arts
Date and time
Port Perry, ON
Directions: Known as the main street in Downtown Port Perry, running southwest from Palmer Park.
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
Trish McLaughlin is an Ojibwe Artist with a passion for the artform of Chainmaille. Trish incorporates her Ojibwe Culture into each art piece. Each item is made of many metal rings that are weaved together link by link to create these unique pieces. Come and see how they are made and find out more about Dreamcatchers!
This event is a part of the Ontario Culture Days Regional Hub Program.
Scugog Arts is a creative hub: awakening, inspiring, and connecting you to all the arts. We are an arts space on Queen Street in Port Perry with Resident Artists, monthly exhibitions, and workshops for artists and visitors. Scugog Arts also organizes and hosts multi-arts cultural events, literary programs, festivals, and tours.
Scugog Arts connects the community with public art displays such as our Art You Can Sit On, a memorial to Bill Lishman, ceiling tiles for the hospital, and live theatre and music in the back lot.
Scugog Arts is funded by individual donors, Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation, Vos’ Independent Grocery, Old Flame Brewery, Canadian Tire Port Perry, Central Counties Tourism, and the Canada Summer Jobs program of the Government of Canada. Fundraising efforts always focus on unique ways and various arts disciplines with engaging entertainment for supporters.
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