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CANADA 150 MOSAIC - GET INVOLVED!
The Canada 150 Mosaic project is coming to Airdrie Alberta and we want you to have a chance to be a part of it!!!
Communities across Canada are coming together to create a mural that will connect Canada through Art. Our city will create a section of the mural made up of 400 individual tiles that symbolize our community. This piece will become a stand alone mural showcased in Nose Creek Park and will become part of a visual time capsule for this national unified project of over 80,000 tiles.
We will need Volunteers & Painters to pull this project off!
We are inviting local participants to paint on mosaic tiles in workshops facilitated by our Canada 150 Mosaic team.
On 4×4 inch tiles, using brushes and paint, participants will be encouraged to leave their mark by creating a painting that represents their community from their own perspective. Every painting will be a story and will become a piece of a much bigger story.
Painting will take place at MUKLUK MAGPIES, 103, 2966 Main St. SE in Airdrie (across from Airdrie Honda).
Individuals: We have reserved tiles for professional artists, youth and newcomers to Canada – so please indicate if you belong to any of these groups when you register.
Groups: If your organization would like to apply as a group, we can accommodate up to 8 people per organization. Groups are responsible to arrange their own transportation and permissions. (One tile to be painted per person.)
Teams will be painting the tiles in shifts at MUK LUK MAGPIES,103, 2966 Main St. SE in Airdrie . The painting will take place over two days to accommodate everyone.
We need seasoned and engaging artists to facilitate participants as they work on their tiles and help support the directives of the 150 Mosaic team.
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AIRDRIE ORGANIZATIONS - WHO'S INVOLVED
Check out the local businesses and organizations that make ARTember a success.
- Airdrie Arts Society
- Airdrie Food Bank
- Amandamazing Art
- Bert Church LIVE Theatre
- City of Airdrie
- Airdrie Public Library
- Creative Airdrie Society
- Airdrie Life
- Torchlight Theatre
- Airdrie and District Agriculture Society
The Airdrie Regional ARTS Society is a not-for-profit organization in Airdrie that supports local art and local artists. The purpose of this organization is to increase the popularity of its members’ common interests in the Visual Arts and be a hub of the arts community. Find out everything you need to know about ARTS here.
The Airdrie Food Bank is a critical component of our community. At the Empty Bowls Festival every year they celebrate Airdrie and raise awareness for local hunger issues all with a creative twist! They are a brilliant addition to our celebration of art & culture in Airdrie. Visit their website here.
ARTember’s face painting activities are once again being done by Amanda Toszer of Amandamazing Art. Amanda is an Airdrie/Calgary based Artist specializing in I specialize in detailed face & body painting, gestational art, airbrush application & contouring, SPFX makeup and also graphite portraits and custom wall murals.
Amanda always donates her time and gift to us and we so appreciate it! Check out more info at www.amandamazingart.com
Bert Church LIVE Theatre is a fully equipped, live performing arts facility, integral to the arts & culture scene here in Airdrie.
International stars such as Sass Jordan, Michelle Wright, Barney Bentall, Rik Emmett, 54-40, Jeff Martin and Sylvia Tyson have all graced its stage in recent years.
As always, we are pleased to have them join ARTember celebrations! Visit the website to find out what’s going on this season.
The Community Development team at the City of Airdrie supports and encourages recreation, leisure and cultural opportunities for Airdrie residents. In turn, this helps to ensure personal well-being, increased quality of life and a vibrant sense of community. Community Development is focused on connecting people, resources and information to increase individual and community capacity.
Airdrie Public Library provides collections, programs, services, and spaces that are designed to promote appreciation of the arts and of the diverse cultures in the community. Through these initiatives, it is APL’s hope that the community will discover many ways to experience and interpret the world, and will develop a greater understanding and appreciation of arts and culture.
CAS acts as the hub for investment, promotion, engagement, development and education of the arts in the community. We are in our 7th year as a Society and are hosting ARTember for the 7th time! Visit our site at www.creativeairdrie.ca
airdrielife magazine is one of our favorite publications. And its Editor, Sherry Shaw Froggatt, is one of our favorite partners! Sherry was the originator of ARTember and is actively involved to this day. And we are so glad she is.
Every issue of airdrielife is a polished publication reflecting on the energy, style and community spirit of Airdrie. Check out this link for more info about airdrielife.
SLAM in Airdrie came together to be one strong voice so all musicians in Airdrie can be heard. Their mission is to unite the musicians in our community, to organize local events providing opportunities for everyone to perform and promote the talent in Airdrie. Check at more at SLAM.
Torchlight Theatre is a not-for-profit emerging theatre company with the desire to give mentorship opportunities to their artists, and bring quality entertainment to Airdrie, Calgary and outlying communities. They aim to give their audience an experience they can delight in and remember. See what Torchlight is up to here.
Since 1909, when the society was originally founded, the Airdrie & District Agricultural Society (ADAS) has played an important role in our community.
Whether it’s supporting steer shows, 4-H programs, offering scholarships, or free agriculture related events that are fun for the whole family, this non-profit organization continues the proud tradition of promoting education, business, sport and family fun in Rocky View and Airdrie. Find out more here.