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Inclusive Arts London -- Live Screen print demo & discussion

Inclusive Arts London’s Bridging Forward: Accessibility Arts Festival is bringing exciting works from local, provincial, and national artists to London over June and July 2018. We are excited to collocate with ondon-based Out of Sound Rezonance to facilitate a printmaking demo and discussion. All events are open to the public and presented in accessible locations. 

The Out of Sound Rezonance Program is an award winning Youth Mentorship program founded in 2010 by Anishinaabe musician/artist Adam Sturgeon and educator/musician Kirsten Kurvink Palm.

The project has worked with Indigenous Youth across Canada via paid arts apprenticeships and aims to bridge the gap between culture and entrepreneurial skills through the medium of screen printing.

Putting Identity, culture, language and tradition at it’s core, The Out of Sound Rezonance Program seeks to support Indigenous artists and youth in the pursuit of economic sovereignty, wealth generation and social enterprise. Join Adam Sturgeon and Two Spirit visual artist Robin Henry in a Live Screen Printing Demo and Discussion.

Inclusive Arts London is dedicated to developing opportunities for Deaf, Disabled, MAD, artists experiencing isolation to engage local arts and build community.

Earlier Event: June 2
Pop Up Market
Later Event: June 9
Pop Up Market