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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.
Markham Arts Council Collaborative Art Project
Date and time
Stiver Mill Community Centre
Stiver Mill Community Centre 9 Station Lane
Offered in English.
Join us at The Stiver Mill Cultural Centre (Station Lane, Unionville) Sat., Sept. 24 and Sun., Sept. 25 between 11:00 AM and 2:00 PM to create, in paint and/or collage, a paper quilt square to add to our Markham Arts Council's Collaborative Culture Days Quilt. Hosted by artist Judith Livingston, this community project will come together with the touch of a local artist!
On Oct 3rd visit Judy or MAC website (listed below) to see the completed quilt and what a difference a community can make!
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Judith, a long-time, award-winning, Exhibiting Artist and Instructor with The Varley Art
Gallery, Markham Arts Council and Latcham Arts Centre. She works in Acrylics,
Watercolours, Mixed Media and Collage. Her awards include an ACRA from The Town of
Markham and The Canada 125 Commemorative Medal from The Government of Canada.
Her work may be found in numerous National and International Collections such as His
Excellency Dr. Ivanov, President of Macedonia; The Art Gallery of Peel, “CSPWC Diploma
Collection", Brampton, Ontario; The Alberta College of Art and Design, “Canadian Art SlideLibrary”, Calgary, Alberta; and The Right Honourable C. Joseph Clark, Alberta. Exhibitions of special significance include her 2008 Retrospective at The Varley Art Gallery; the 2004 Page-Walker Arts and History Center, in Cary, North Carolina, USA; the 1999 CSPWC Exhibition at the Museo Nacional de la Acuarela, in Coyoacan, Mexico; the “Homage to Picasso” Exhibition in 1998 at The Marie Louise Trichet Art Gallery in Litchfield, CT, USA; and The 1996 75th Anniversary Celebration of the Group of Seven at The McMichael Canadian Art Collection, “Re/Grouping: A Living Legacy” Exhibition Kleinburg, Ont. Upon arriving in Markham in 1983, she has been very active in the arts community and a member of MAC since 2005. A complete overview of her artistic career is found on her website: www.judithlivingston.com
Markham Arts Council
The Markham Arts Council is a registered, non-profit, charitable organization that focuses on capacity building and community engagement. It was formed to enrich the lives of Markham residents through arts and cultural programming and initiatives. Our mission is to serve the community by providing arts and cultural education by supporting the development of all forms of arts and culture in Markham, thereby enhancing the community’s well-being. We envision a vibrant and inclusive arts and culture scene in Markham and beyond!
This event is part of a hub:
MAC is proud to be a regional hub partner at this year's Culture Days. Here you will find all the events we will be hosting, showcasing a variety of in-person and online events that support local art and culture in our Markham and York regi...