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Artfest on the Esplanade 2008 - celebrating its 12th year!

Saturday, May 24, 2008

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Photography by Mary Cook©

Visitors to Artfest will be invited to create
a postcard, drawing or sculpt a copy of
The Pickering Pioneer Family”
by Andreas Drenters

with one of PRAC’s teaching artists:
Shelley Beach, Judith Jewer
and Janice McHaffie.

They will guide and encourage
aspiring artists of all ages
to create a souvenir of
Pickering’s popular sculpture.

Materials and inspiration free!

PRAC artists participating in Artfest

Melanie Baker, Heather Banks,
Shelley Beach, Jade Blaney,
Joan Bontje, Margaret Brackley, Robert Hinves, Dorsey James,
Martha E. Lewis
Sarah A. McDougall, Ruth Smith,
Miles Tsang
Backwoods Players
Eastside Harmony Chorus


PineRidge Arts Council Inc., is a not-for-profit (Public Benefit Corporation) volunteer organization established in 1989.

PineRidge Arts Council
650 Kingston Road
P.O. Box 18258 Steeple Hill Postal Outlet
Pickering, Ontario L1V 1A0

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Vision: We envision a world where the arts are valued and accessible to all,
and where we inspire others to embrace the arts as an essential part of their lives.

Mission: Our mission is to build a vibrant and inclusive arts community that celebrates
and supports visual, audio and new media art. We strive to connect and engage
diverse audiences while providing resources and opportunities for artists to thrive
and create impactful work.

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
We are currently located on land, which has long served as a site of meeting and exchange among the
Mississauga Peoples, and is the traditional and treaty territory of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation.
We honour, recognize, and respect this nation and Indigenous Peoples as the traditional stewards of the lands
and waters on which we meet today.

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