A project for refugee, newcomer and immigrant artists
July 1-23, 2021 – Free Outdoor Art Exhibition + Online Grant Writing Workshop
Hamilton Artists Inc. is pleased to present Incoming! a project addressing the needs of newcomer, immigrant, and refugee artists. Incoming! includes workshops, events, and an art exhibition supporting visual artists who want to establish themselves in the Hamilton arts community. The workshop series is also open to artists in the regional arts community as part of our Professional Development Workshop series.
All programs are free. Workshops will take place online via zoom in English, closed captioning provided. Chat and non-verbal communications tools will be enabled in zoom.
For more information please visit The Inc.’s website.
Through My Eyes
Free Outdoor Art Exhibition
July 1-23, 2021
This art exhibition features works by Shabnam Afrand, Arif Bahaduri, Cemile Kacmaz, Soyeon Kim and Mariana Topfstedt at five different locations across downtown Hamilton. Through My Eyes is part of Incoming!, a program for refugee, newcomer, and immigrant artists.
Five outdoor displays at the following locations:
The Gasworks, 141 Park St N
Needlework, 174 James St N
Hamilton Artists Inc., 155 James St N
Tourism Hamilton, 28 James St N
Immigrants Working Centre, 182 Rebecca St
Grant Writing Workshop, facilitated by Petrina Ng
July 14, 7:00-8:30 pm via zoom
This workshop will provide you with resources to help you find funding, access support systems and prepare strong grant applications. This event will include live, automatic captioning.
Hamilton Artists Inc. gratefully acknowledges the support of its funders, partners, and sponsors.
VenueHamilton Artists Inc.
Hamilton Artists Inc.
Hamilton Artists Inc. (The Inc.) is an artist run centre, committed to the presentation of contemporary art and related cultural practices. The Inc. owns and operates a purpose-built facility, which is fully wheelchair accessible and features two interior galleries, Cannon Gallery and James Street Gallery and the ArcelorMittal Outdoor Courtyard. There are two wheelchair accessible bathrooms and a kitchenette.
The Inc. facilitates a national dialogue surrounding issues in contemporary art through exhibitions, publications, performances, education and outreach projects. The Inc. actively engages in community arts programming and educational initiatives that represent the cultural life in our city and beyond.
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