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Joan Hug-Valeriote is a native and once again a resident of Guelph, Ontario, after more than 40 years away. Joan as ben sewing since early childhood and quilting since 1977.
For information on any workshop please contact Joan directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Accepting Entries Until October 24th, 2016
Be part of celebrating Canada's Sesquicentennial Year by submitting photographs of your Contemporary Canadian Art Quilts for inclusion in an exciting multimedia Video and Art Quilt display curated by Joan Hug-Valeriote in the Berlin Tower Artspace, Kitchener City Hall, during April and May 2017.
For more details, click on Call for Entry.
The Ontario Arts Council sponsors artists to go into the schools to teach their art form to students of all ages. The Arts Council pays part of the artist's fee so that the cost to the school is only $50 per day, plus materials. The artist must spend 20-25 hours in the school. It can be 5 days in a row, or one or two days a week. There is a separate application process for longer projects.Read More...