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ART BUS DOES ARTSFEST 2018
Saturday, August 18, 2018 - Purchase Tickets Here
Sunday, August 19, 2018 - Purchase Tickets Here
Departing from The Seedworks Urban Offices, 126 Catharine Street North
Time: 4:00 PM + 7:30 PM and traveling to Waterdown
Depart from Waterdown
7:00 PM + 11:30 PM Return to The Seedworks, 126 Catharine St. North
Return Ticket $10 - Children $5
RSVP to reserve a seat
Presented in Partnership with Attridge Transportation Inc., and The Seedworks Urban Offices
For Additional Information Email: Ned@hamiltonartscouncil.ca or telephone 905.481.3218
LIVING ARTS HAMILTON
Emerging Artists Series: 1st Steps to Becoming Pro
- September 20th - OAC Grant Workshop Dance Projects with Myles Warren Start 5PM - End 7PM
- October 20th - CARFAC Workshop - The Artist Suitcase - Visual Arts with Sally Lee, Executive Director of CARFAC - 1PM - 3PM
- November 15th- Theatre Ontario Workshop - Resources for Theatre Creators 7PM - 9PM
Location: The Cotton Factory, 270 Sherman Avenue North, Hamilton, ON
Cost: Hamilton Arts Council Members - $8.00 Non-Members - $10.00
(Subsidized spots can be made available)
R.S.V.P. Required Email: Ned@hamiltonartscouncil.ca
More Details Coming Soon! Please Save The Dates.
Presented in Partnership with The Cotton Factory, with generous support from the Ontario Arts Council and City of Hamilton
THE HAMILTON ARTS COUNCIL - COTTON FACTORY ARTIST RESIDENCY OPEN HOUSE + ARTIST TALK WITH DANIELLE ROBERTS and KRISTOFER DEAN
SEPTEMBER 20, 2018 FROM 7 PM - 9 PM
WHERE: THE STOREHOUSE in The Cotton Factory, 270 Sherman Avenue North, Hamilton ON
OUR CURRENT ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE PRESENT AN OPEN HOUSE & ARTIST TALK
THEY WILL OPEN THE DOORS TO THEIR STUDIO TO SHARE WHAT THEY HAVE BEEN WORKING ON.
ATTENTION ALL HAMILTON DANCE ARTISTS:
On June 8, HCA Dance Theatre hosted a symposium and local artist showcase (in partnership with Hamilton Arts Council and as part of Hamilton Arts Week) - in support of building a thriving Hamilton dance scene.
This first Together in Dance assembly was a great success.
Read blog post here: http://hcadancetheatre.com/together-in-dance-a-singular-success/
On the heels of the successful Hamilton Dusk Dances 2018 and in pursuit of advancing the discussions of how we can work together to build community, visibility and access to dance in Hamilton, we will hold a continuation meeting on:
August 30 from 12-2pm at the Cotton Factory.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 15, 2018
Please see the meeting agenda below, and come prepared with thoughts/answers/details on the agenda items. We would like this meeting to inform next steps for HCA Dance Theatre to apply for grants in support of building infrastructure and advancement of programming and scheduling.
Please forward this information to any dancers/choreographers/dance producers you think should be involved in these discussions and developments.
We look forward to seeing you on August 30th, 2018 at The Cotton Factory!
TOGETHER IN DANCE - MEETING AGENDA (please come prepared to discuss):
Thursday, August 30, 2018
- Reflections on Together in Dance June 8, 2018
- How will we work together? Create the map
- Look at one year + two year + three year goals
- Applying for choreography grants and September workshop with Myles Warren, OAC (as arranged by the Hamilton Arts Council)
- Find a performance space/rehearsal home (HCA Dance Theatre will offer studio time for performance rehearsals and classes for each other, for those without means to access space in the interim)
- Define next steps and set next meeting
Together in Dance Assembly is a sub-committee of HCA Dance Theatre.
Thank you to the generous support on The Cotton Factory and Hamilton Arts Council for supporting this project.
The June 8 events were produced in partnership with the Hamilton Arts Council as part of Hamilton Arts Week. We acknowledge the support of the Government of Canada, through the Department of Canadian Heritage and the Ontario Arts Council.
ART of CREATING an ORAL HISTORY: Come and learn the art of conducting oral history interviews. This workshop is presented in conjunction with Building Cultural Legacies, a project that will collect and share the history of Hamilton visual arts scene from 1950 - 2000. Building Cultural Legacies is made possible by the Hamilton Public Library, the Hamilton Arts Council and the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
- Tuesday Aug 14, 2-3:30pm / Thursday Aug 16, 5-6:30pm / Saturday Aug 18 2-3:30pm