Go back

July 4, 2022

Paid Community Art Mentorship

Hosted by ReDefine Arts

Are you or someone you know interested in training and hands-on experience in the facilitation of community art activities, working to end gender-based violence and/or the making of pebble mosaics?

Through the Renfrew County Inquest Public Art Response Project up to 8 people will be hired and mentored to co-lead mosaic making workshops and to support the production of up to 100 small pebble mosaics made by and with community members. This project engages the community during the 2022 Chief Coroner of Ontario’s Inquest into the September 22, 2015 murders of Anastasia Kuzyk, Nathalie Warmerdam, and Carol Culleton in Renfrew County. The mosaics will be installed in Water Tower Park in Barry’s Bay.

Who can apply? People of all genders, ages 16 and older.

Deadline: Monday, July 4, 2022

Accessibility

Equity-seeking groups including Indigenous people, people of colour, disabled/disability identified people, people who are d/Deaf, LGBTQ2S+ and non-binary people, women, and those who have been impacted by gender-based violence strongly encouraged to apply. No prior experience is necessary.

Organizations

ReDefine Arts

Red Dress Productions is a Toronto non-profit that creates interdisciplinary, community-engaged, public art projects.