Full day workshop with Sheena Kalmakova - Member's Announcement

1. Full day workshop with Sheena Kalmakova 

ARTEAST Members Only
When: Saturday, April 29, 2017 Time 10:00 to 5:00
Where: at the Orléans-Cumberland Community Resource Centre / Centre de ressources communautaires Orléans-Cumberland
105 - 240 boul. Centrum Blvd., Orléans, Ontario K1E 3J4 (opposite the Shenkman Arts Centre)
Cost: $120 All materials included - you only need to bring a smock, apron and sense of fun!

Acrylic Paint Pouring (am)

In this workshop, we will toss aside our paintbrushes and learn the art of paint pouring! Working with fluid acrylics and mediums, students will learn a variety of paint pouring techniques and also tricks to create different effects such as texture, layers and marbling. We will explore different styles of pours, colour blending, and controlling pours with acrylic mediums. Students will practice pouring onto both canvas and wood panel to learn which surfaces t o use for desired results.

Painting with Metal(pm)

Creation through illumination: In this workshop, we will create paintings using imitation gold leaf and other metal foils. Students will learn how to apply and seal metal leaf, and explore a variety of strategies for incorporating metal leaf into their artwork.

Participants will take home four completed pieces at the end of the day.

Register NOW – first come first served ! Space limited to 14 participants. Deadline April 21,2017

Veuillez compléter et retourner votre chèque libellé à ARTEAST à
Trésorière Arteast,
suite 260, C.P. 5, Centre des arts Shenkman
245, boul.. Orléans, (ON) K1E 0A1

Complete the following and return with your cheque Payable to Arteast to
Treasurer Arteast,
Suite 260, Box 5, Shenkman Arts Centre,
245 Centrum Blvd. Orléans, ON, K1E 0A1

2. Member's Announcement


Bonjour! j'ai une belle exposition a la Gallerie The Wall Gallery , une aire gérée par l'Ecole des arts d`Ottawa au campus d'Orléans, située au 3iè étage du Centre Shenkman au 245 boul. Centrum. Cette gallerie est ouverte de 9 à 17h du lundi au vendredi et les samedi de 9 a 16h et les soirées de 18h à 21h30 lorsqu'il y des classes. Pour plus d'information sur les heures de weekend: 613-780-2765

Greetings! I have a lovely exhition at the Wall Gallery, a gallery managed by the Ottawa School of art at the Orleans campus located on the 3rd floor of the Shenkman Centre at 245 Centrum blvd. This gallery is open from 9 to 5 Monday to Friday and on Saturdays from 9 to 4 on certain evenings when thee are classes in session between the hours of 6 and 9:30. Please enquire at the OSA offices for more details on weekend hours: 613-780-2765


Montreal Trip/Excursion à Montréal - Grow with Art/L'art en herbe - Raylene Mulrooney at Luna Sole Bistro - Members' Announcements - Wallack's Art Supplies - Voices of Canadians About Lyme Looking for Face Painter

1. Spring Field Trip to Montreal’s Museum of Fine Arts -Chagall : Colour and Music - Excursion d’été au Musée des Beaux-arts de Montréal - Chagall : couleur et musique

Deadline to sign up - Cheques must be received by 5 pm on Friday, April 21, 2017
Échéance pour l’inscription - Réception de chèque avant
17 h vendredi le 21 avril, 2017

This is an exciting day trip to see the magic of Chagall. Arteast will subsidize the cost of a bus for this trip to reduce fees to members.

Contact person: Mary Ann Varley, varleymaryann1@bell.net

Itinerary - Friday, May 5, 2017
- 8:30 am: Leave the Shenkman Art Centre at by air-conditioned, 50 passenger bus
- 10:30 am: Arrival at Montreal Museum
- 11:00 am: Receipt of individual audio guides for Chagall Exhibit
- Lunch or brown bag at the gallery at a time of your convenience (at members’ expense)
- Lunch until 5pm: Continued visit of the museum until closing or visit local sites based on the members preference
- Dinner at local venues
- 6:30 pm: Departure for Ottawa from the museum
- 8:30 to 9:00 pm: arrival at the Shenkman Centre (depends on traffic and whether the bus stops for a break.)

- Price per person $45 members $60 non-members.
- Included in the price is bus transportation, entrance fees to the Musée des beaux arts and the audio-guide (no meals)
- We need to have at least 40 people for the trip to be viable.
- Arteast will administer a 20% fee for requested refunds after April 21st.

Une excursion d’une journée pour voir la magie de Chagall. Le transport par autobus est subventionné par Arteast afin de réduire les frais pour ses membres.

Personne-contact : Mary Ann Varley, varleymaryann1@bell.net

Horaire – Vendredi, le 5 mai 2017
- 08 h 30 : Départ du Centre des arts Shenkman en autobus de 50 places, air climatisé
- 10 h 30 : Arrivée au Musée des Beaux-arts de Montréal
- 11:00 h : Réception des guides audio-visuel pour Exhibition Chagall
- Lunch au musée à vos frais ou apportez votre goûter à l’heure de votre choix
- Lunch à la fermeture : Visite libre du musée ou visite des sites locaux aux choix des membres
- Souper : A vos frais dans les environs
- 18 h 30 : Départ de l’autobus à partir du musée pour Ottawa
- 20h30-21h Arrivée au Centre Shenkman (selon la circulation et la pause-santé, si c’est le cas)

Coûts :
- Prix par personne: 45 $ pour membres et 60$ pour non-membres
- Les frais incluent le transport, les frais d’admission au Musée des Beaux-arts de Montréal et le guide audio-visuel (aucun repas)
- Nous devons avoir un minimum de 40 personnes pour faire le voyage.
- Arteast administrera des frais de 20% pour les remboursements demandés après le 21 avril.

2. Grow with Art- L’art en herbe

Tuesday March 28, -le 28 mars
7:00 “Meet and Greet” à 19h - 7:30 Présentation à 19h 30
Room 340 salle, 255 Centrum Blvd.
Presenter: Maryse Legault

Topic: “Demonstration of fabric Sculpting” Démo de l’intégration de tissue en art

The presentation will be done mostly with a PowerPoint presentation. Maryse has taken pictures of every step of making a fabric sculpture- beginning with the armature to the draping of the sculpture. The product is messy and it takes several hours to create a sculpture. She will have several pieces at different stages of construction, including a selection of completed sculptures.

She will bring a container of paverpol and demonstrate with a tiny face on a canvas to show how this product can be incorporated with acrylic paint to create great mixed media. Maryse will also show the process of draping the fabric on a sculpture by doing a few parts of the body.

For further information: Mary Ann Varley, 613-745-2996, varleymaryann1@bell.net

3. Raylene Mulrooney at Luna Sole Bistro

Introducing, Raylene Mulrooney and her first solo show at the Luna Sole Bistro. Her interest in photograph began in September of 1981 when she attended the Graphic and Visual Design Program at Kwantlen College in Surrey, BC. Since then it has become her passion. She says that, “her photos are her way of paying it forward”.

For Raylene, Petrie Island is a magical place that she frequently visits. You are likely to find her there early in the morning, “enjoying the world as it wakes up”. She enjoys “the constant changes, the peacefulness and the renewal of the spirit that happens there”.

The collection that she has put together for the Luna Sole show, are winter scenes that capture those magical moments she has enjoyed at Petrie Island. The show will be there until May 9th.

4. Members’ Announcements

Jessie Parker announces her upcoming solo show at Galérie Old Chelsea, 783 Rte 105, Chelsea ,QC , March 31-April 19. The vernissage will be held on Sunday, April 2, 1-4pm. You are most welcome to attend. Hope to see you there…

In case you have not been there before: Go north on Rte 5, take Tenaka exit, East on Chemin Scott, turn right on Rte 105, first building on your right. Les Fougères, famous for great French cuisine, is on the first floor. The gallery is up the stairs .

The show consists of photo based digital art printed on aluminum, canvas, archival paper and photo-transfer on wood. The imagery is what she now calls “lightscapes” , composed entirely of light, and based on cityscapes of Ottawa, Toronto, and New York City. They are images that are derived from what the camera can see but the eye cannot. Most of the show features works not seen before in this area and most of those brand new.

5. Wallack’s Art Supplies

Make It In March Sale + Workshops!

6. Voices of Canadians About Lyme Looking for Face Painter for June Event

We are looking for someone who does face painting for a Lyme disease awareness event that is going to take place on June 3rd, 2017 on Parliament Hill. This would unfortunately have to be a VOLUNTEER opportunity, but the face painter could ask for donations. The event is called VOCAL (Voices of Canadians About Lyme). For more information about the event please see the following link: https://www.evensi.ca/vocal-ottawa-voices-of-canadians-about-lyme-parliament-hill/191821820

For more information please contact Marianne Pethke mariannep@rogers.com


150th anniversary Special Exhibition/Exposition spéciale du 150e anniversaire - Jill Berry - Exhibition of Paintings - Manotick Art Association Art Show & Sale - AOE Announcements - Wallack’s Announcements

1. Call for Art - 150th anniversary Special Exhibition - Appel aux artistes- Exposition spéciale du 150e anniversaire
In recognition of the 150th anniversary of Confederation, the Arteast Team at the François Dupuis Recreation Centre would like to issue a call for art for the May 8 to July 10th, 2017 special exhibition. For this exhibition approximately 20 artists will be selected to hang one painting depicting their favorite Canadian Landscape.

The François Dupuis Centre is an inviting and fitting space for Arteast members to display their works.

The centre is also very accessible. It is open seven days a week, specifically from 6:45 am to 9:45 pm, Monday to Friday, 7:45 am to 7:30 pm Saturday and 7:45 am to 6 pm Sunday.

We will ask that artists arrive at 7 pm on the evening of Monday, the 8th of May, at the Francois Dupuis Recreation Centre on Portobello Boulevard at the corner of Brian Cobourn Blvd. This show ends on July 10, 2017. Art pick up will take place between 6:30 and 6:50 pm on that day.

An exhibit fee of $5 per painting applies. Artwork without proper hanging hardware will, unfortunately, not be accepted.

Reserve your space today! Email francoisdupuis@arteastottawa.com no later than April 11, 2017 to show your interest in displaying your art.

The François Dupuis team

En reconnaissance du 150e anniversaire de la Confédération, l'équipe d’Arteast du Centre récréatif François Dupuis lance un appel aux artistes pour une exposition spéciale qui se déroulera du 8 mai au 10 juillet 2017. Pour cette exposition, une vingtaine d'artistes seront sélectionnés pour accrocher un tableau représentant leur paysage canadien préféré.

Le Centre François Dupuis est un espace accueillant et adapté aux membres d'Arteast pour exposer leurs œuvres. Le centre est également très accessible. Il est ouvert sept jours par semaine, en particulier de 6h45 à 21h45, du lundi au vendredi, de 7h45 à 19h30 le samedi et de 7h45 à 18h le dimanche.

Nous demanderons aux artistes d'arriver à 19 h le soir le lundi 8 mai,2017 au Centre récréatif François Dupuis sur le boulevard Portobello à l'angle du boulevard Brian Cobourn. Cette exposition se termine le 10 juillet 2017. Le ramassage de peinture aura lieu entre 18h30 et 18h50 ce jour-là.

Un droit d'exposition de 5 $ par peinture s'appliquera. Les tableaux doivent avoir les bons crochets pour l’accrochage ou ne seront pas acceptés.

Réservez votre espace dès maintenant! Envoyer un courriel à francoisdupuis@arteastottawa.com au plus tard le 11 avril 2017 pour montrer votre intérêt.

L’équipe de François Dupuis

2. Jill Berry - Exhibition of Paintings

St-Laurent Library, in conjunction with Arteast, is proud to present an exhibition of paintings by Ottawa artist Jill Berry. This solo show is titled Geometry in Nature and runs from March 31 to June 23, 2017.
This series of paintings is inspired by the relationship of geometry to nature. The natural world takes a subtle approach to geometry but lines and shapes are represented and repeated in rocks, land formations, trees, and clouds. The artist interprets these various forms in her five Twillingate Iceberg paintings and her painting of islands in Georgian Bay.

Jill has taken courses at the Ottawa School of Art and the Haliburton School of the Arts. She has been coached by Canadian landscape artist Gordon Harrison. Currently she paints primarily in oil. Jill's work has been shown at many venues in Eastern Ontario.

This is a unique opportunity for the public to enjoy, encourage and support artists in their local community as well as the St-Laurent Library.

Location: St-Laurent branch of the Ottawa Public Library, 515 Côté Street , Ottawa K1K 0Z8
Hours: Monday to Thursday: 10 - 8:30, Friday: 1:00 - 6:00, Saturday: 10:00- 5:00, Sunday: closed

3. Manotick Art Association Art Show & Sale

The Manotick Art Association invites you to its Annual Spring Show and Sale. The opening reception, with hors d’oeuvres, wine and music, will take place on Friday April 21 from 6:30 to 9:30pm. Tickets are only $10 and are available in Manotick at Office Pro or Lindsay & McCaffrey or on-line at www.manotickart.ca. Admission to the Show and Sale is free on Saturday and Sunday, 10:30am - 4:30pm. More than fifty local artists will be participating. Part of the proceeds will be donated to the Manotick Community Center Expansion Fund.
MAA Contact Name: Jaynie Coulterman
Phone: 613-291-4203
Email: president@manotickart.ca
Venue: The Manotick Curling Centre, 5519 South River Dr., Manotick

4. AOE Announcements

Invitation: Neighbourhood Arts 150 – L’art des quartiers 150

Opportunities for Members: March 16 – Occasions pour les membres : le 16 mars

Invitation: March 29 New Mentorship Program – 29 mars, Nouveau programme de mentorat

Meet the Artist: Marc Léger, MAR 19 - Rencontrez l’artiste : Marc Léger le 19 mars

5. Wallack’s Announcements


Communiqué - Call for Artists St-Laurent Library - More Mosaic/Mosaïque Plus - Members' Announcements - Plein-Air Workshop - Wallack's Announcements - AOE Announcements

1. Publication of the Winter 2017 Communiqué

The latest issue of the Communiqué (Winter 2017 Vol. 24 No. 1) is now online at:

If you do not wish to receive a printed copy, please email editor@arteastottawa.com

2. Call for Artists – St-Laurent Library

Are you interested in having your own solo exhibit? Opportunities are available starting in September 2017. Exhibits run three months and your art can be for sale or not. The St. Laurent Library (515 Côté St, Ottawa) has a great wall space of 21' in length. Larger works are recommended because of the wall's height. Please contact Linda Dabros at ldabros@sympatico.ca or 613-731-5652 for more information.

3. Spring Mix - Couleurs de printemps

4. More Mosaic/Mosaïque Plus

Vu la quantité et la qualité exceptionnelle de plusieurs œuvres qui ont été enregistrées cette année lors de l’exposition « Mosaic / Mosaïque » à la galerie Trinity et qui n’ont pas pu être présentées; Arteast offre la possibilité à plusieurs membres d’exposer leurs œuvres dans cette nouvelle exposition «More Mosaic / Mosaïque Plus» à la Promenade Arteast du Centre des Arts Shenkman.

Le public est invité au Vernissage de l’exposition « Mosaic / Mosaïque Plus » présenté par les membres d’Arteast. La réception aura lieu le dimanche 19 mars 2017, de 13h à 15h au niveau 1 du Centre des Arts Shenkman, 245 Boulevard Centrum, à Orléans.

The public is invited to an opening reception for More Mosaic/Mosaïque Plus - the latest show to be presented by Arteast. The reception will take place on Sunday, March 19, from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the ground floor of the Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Boulevard, Orleans.
ARTEAST is pleased to present the diverse works of its members, comprising many subjects, styles and media. Its membership includes many talented local artists, as well as a good number from all over the world. Such a diverse group enriches Ottawa’s creative community with a wide variety of global viewpoints, training and experience. There is a story behind every unique artwork, and an artist willing to elaborate on that story.

5. Members’ Announcements
Exposition solo : art de Nicole Lortie Vernissage / Opening
Du 4 mars au 6 mai 2017 / From March 4 to May 6 2017 Centre Richelieu-Vanier, 331 Ave Pères Blancs Vanier
Le 24 mars 2017 venez rencontrer l’artiste et voir ses oeuvres 18h à 20h /  March 24 2017 come meet the artist and see her work 6 pm to 8 pm
Pour plus d’information 613-426-2004 / For more information 613-426-2004

6. Plein-Air Workshop on Amherst Island

With John Stuart Pryce, July 30 to August 2 2017
There is only room for 8 students, please register as soon as possible!
Accommodations at the Lodge: $130.00 day + HST. Includes, accommodation, meals, snack and studio space. Workshop Fee: $85.00 day + HST

For more information, please contact John at:
250.580.2234 ~ john@prycestudios.com

7. Wallack’s Announcements

Make It In March Sale Continues!

8. AOE Announcements

Calls to Artists 2017: Articipate, Sélections – Appels aux artistes : Articipez Sélections

Internship Job Posting – Offre d’emploi stagiaire

Invitation: Art Place Showcase & Symposium – Invitation : Événement vitrine et symposium Place d’Art


Exhibit at North Gloucester Library - Orleans Library Exhibition Changeover - Marion Jean Hall Media Release - PAA/APP - Dumoine River Art Camp - Wallack's Announcements - AOE Announcements

1. Exhibit at North Gloucester Library

It's time to change the Arteast exhibit at North Gloucester Library

On Tuesday, MARCH 14, 2017:
Please retrieve the works that have been hanging for the past two months and/or bring in new paintings (or other two dimensional art) for the North Gloucester Library, 2036 Ogilvie Road, Ottawa, K1J 7N8.

The coordinators will be at the Library between 10:30 a.m. and 11:30.a.m. For those who are dropping off art work, please arrive between 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. so that your work can be documented and hung before 11:30 a.m.. For those who are picking up only, please arrive no later than 11:15 a.m.

These new pieces will hang for two months.
The next change-over will be on Tuesday, MAY 9, 2017.
If you are interested in exhibiting, an advance email, on or before Wednesday, MARCH 8, to Christine Gendron, christinegendron@sympatico.ca, indicating the number of works and their sizes, would be helpful. Or, just show up at the date, but risk being turned away.

Please be prepared to record your paintings with: Title, Medium, Size, and Price along with your name, phone number and e-mail. You can bring up to 3 paintings although, depending on the total number received, not all may be accepted. North Gloucester Library can accommodate 20 paintings. Paintings must be ready for hanging, with appropriate framing and hardware to Arteast standards. Those who are bringing in a painting for the first time this year must sign an Arteast contract form. Blank contracts will be available at the library.
Fifteen percent (15%) of any sale is payable to Arteast for its operational budget.

When someone shows an interest in purchasing a piece, they will be advised to contact you directly to make the transaction. We prefer to leave all works hanging for the duration of each exhibition. If you must remove your work prior to the next change-over, please notify the appropriate coordinator, so the Librarian can be advised and take note of the authorized removal. Neither the Library nor Arteast takes responsibility for the security of works exhibited but reasonable care is taken to ensure their security. Remember that these are very public areas that put your work and name before the public. Do your part to encourage people to visit the North Gloucester, Orleans, St. Laurent Complex, and Blackburn Hamlet Libraries, where Arteast members exhibit on a continuing basis.

We look forward to seeing exhibitors on Tuesday, MARCH 14, 2017.

The North Gloucester Coordinators
Christine Gendron christinegendron@sympatico.ca
Pari Zati pari.nz@gmail.com
Marie Leger legermarie60@gmail.com

2. Orleans Library Exhibition Changeover - Reminder

It's time to change the exhibition at the Orleans Library, 1705 Orleans Blvd., Orleans, Ontario.

On Tuesday, March 7, 2017, please retrieve the works that are currently hanging and/or bring in new paintings (or other two-dimensional art) to the Orleans Library. These new pieces will be hung until May 9, 2017. The changeover at the Orleans Library is between 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.

Please be prepared to record the following information on the back of your paintings : title; medium; size; and, price; along with your name, phone number and e-mail. You can bring up to five (5) paintings although, depending on the total received, not all may be accepted. Paintings must be properly framed and ready for hanging. For those of you who are bringing in paintings for the first time this year, there is an Arteast contract you must sign. Blank contracts will be available then at the Library.

When someone expresses an interest in purchasing a piece, they will be advised to contact you directly to make the transaction. Fifteen percent of any sale is payable to Arteast for its operational budget. We prefer to leave all works hanging for the duration of each exhibition. Neither the Library nor Arteast takes responsibility for the security of works exhibited but reasonable care is taken to ensure their security.

Remember that these are very public areas that put your work and name before the public. Do your part to encourage people to visit the Orleans, North Gloucester, Blackburn Hamlet and St. Laurent Library branches where Arteast members exhibit on a continuing basis.

We look forward to seeing exhibitors on Tuesday, March 7, 2017, at 10:30 a.m.

3. Marion Jean Hall Media Release

Who: Marion Jean Hall
What: “Friends and Relations” An Exhibition of Portraits in Watercolour
When: April 1 to May 27, 2017

Where: Blackburn Hamlet Branch of the Ottawa Public Library, 199 Glenpark Dr. Ottawa K1B 5B8.
Why: To promote local artists within the community
Fee: Free.

Contact: Art Coordinator Jessie Parker Jessie@photobasedart.com
Hours: Mon. through Thurs. 10 – 8:30. Friday 1 – 6:00 and Sat. 10 – 5. Closed Sunday.

The Blackburn Library, in conjunction with Arteast, is proud to present Friends and Relations, an exhibition of watercolour portraits by Marion Jean Hall.
Marion’s affectionate portraits of friends and family members express her interest in human individuality at all stages of life.
This show is a unique opportunity for the public to enjoy, encourage and support local artists in their community as well as engaging with the Blackburn Library.

4. Pontiac Artists' Association - Les artistes du Pontiac

A week of sharing and making art
For the eighth year, PAA members will open their doors to visiting artists in order to host a week of making art together and to showcase our stunning region.

How will the week look? July 17-21, 2017
We will gather on Monday morning, July 17. This will give you an opportunity to meet your hosts before heading out to our first activity. Your host will provide you with bed and breakfast, and a picnic lunch for the duration of your week. Dinners will be restaurant or potluck events. Each day is comprised of group activities, and may include a workshop, sharing of portfolio or technique, or an opportunity to create “en plein air” in one of our picturesque locations. Time is allotted to complete works at the Stone School and to share a meal and social event together. There will be an Exhibition of work created during the week and a Vernissage which will be hosted on Friday at 4 p.m.

The week is provided at a nominal fee of $200 by PAA members. This includes accommodation, meals, and specialized materials for certain art activities. You will need extra money for any occasions where we eat out.

For more information and to register, contact Val atresidency@artpontiac.com (819-647-3985) http://www.artpontiac.com
Spaces are limited, so register now. Registration deadline is April 1, 2017

Une semaine de partage et de création
Pour la huitième année, l’AAP accueille des artistes de l’extérieur pour partager une semaine de création et d’exploration des fabuleuses richesses du Pontiac.

Programmation de la semaine du 17 au 21 juillet 2017
Votre arrivée se fera le lundi matin, le 17 juillet où vous rencontrerez vos hôtes pour une première activité. Chaque artiste sera jumelé à un artiste local qui vous offrira le gîte et le couvert pour la semaine. Les soupers seront pris en commun pour festoyer le soir après les activités. Chaque journée donnera lieu à des projets de groupe : ateliers, partage des expériences et des techniques, excursion vers un site pittoresque, création en plein air. L'École en pierre est à notre disposition pour y compléter les œuvres, partager un repas et socialiser. Une exposition montrant les résultats de notre travail de la semaine et un vernissage auront lieu le vendredi à 16h.

Cette semaine vous est offerte à un prix nominal de $200 par les membres de l’AAP. Ceci inclut : l’hébergement, les repas et tous les matériaux utilisés pour certaines activités d’art. Vous aurez besoin de l’argent en surplus pour des repas qui seront pris à l’extérieur à l’occasion.

Pour avoir plus d’information et pour vous inscrire, communiquez avec Val residency@artpontiac.com (819-647-3985) http://www.artpontiac.com
Les places étant limitées, nous vous prions de réserver le plus tôt possible. Date limite d’inscription : 1er avril 2017

5. CPAWS-OV Dumoine River Art Camp

CPAWS-OV will be hosting our first annual Dumoine River Art Camp from August 2-7, 2017. The Art Camp will bring together artists working in different mediums and from communities across the Outaouais region. We will explore the Dumoine River, create works of art, share stories, and become inspired by this magnificent landscape. Next winter, we will hold two art shows to display the works derived from this art camp. One show will be located in the Pontiac region to highlight the beauty of their own backyard and the other show will be in Ottawa to reach a wider audience. We will host an artist’s evening and Fundraising Gala during the Ottawa showing.

Applications for artists to participate will be open from March 1 – April 30, 2017. Applications can be found here. On May 15, 2017, we will officially announce the artists who have been selected to attend. There will be no cost to participate in the art camp, however each artist is asked to donate a completed piece. These donated works will be displayed in our art shows. You can help by:

• Spreading the word
• Volunteering
• Donating equipment
Making a special donation to CPAWS-OV to help fund the art camp and protect the Dumoine River

To learn more about CPAWS-OV Dumoine River Art Camp, CPAWS-OV's campaign to protect the Dumoine, or any of our upcoming events, please visit our website. Interested in volunteer opportunities? We may have a project for you! Contact Jesse Lever at jlever@cpaws.org to find out more.

6. Wallack’s Announcements

Make it in March Sale!

7. AOE Announcements

Opportunities for Members: March 3 – Occasions pour les membres : Le 3 mars