Japanese Canadian Art and Artists Symposium in Toronto

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Conference/Presentation

Apr 20162

Toronto Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre
6 Garamond Court
Toronto, Ontario, M3C 1Z5
Canada


The JC artist community is diverse with established and emerging artists, offspring of mixed marriage who grew up with slim knowledge of the Japanese Canadian experience, as well as new immigrants from Japan who have created another contribution to the Japanese Canadian community and the arts.
The upcoming symposium will bring together artists and non-artists from the different generations and backgrounds to discuss their experiences and ideas for networking, mentoring, collaboration, and the role art and artists can play in the JC community. Really it's about getting to know one another. A coming together of individual parts to make for a more creative whole.

Mark April 2, 2016 in your calendar. A full day, including lunch, supper and after-supper program. If you're an artist, it could change your life. At the very least, there will be good food. Everyone is welcome.



If you would like to attend, please fill out our online registration form by clicking: http://tinyurl.com/JCsymposiumand we'll see you Saturday April 2, 2016! 
All meals included • Registration Fee: $20.00
Doors open at 9:00 am 
For information: Elizabeth Yuriko Fujita-Kwan email: elizabeth.fujita@jccc.on.ca or call 416 441-2345 ext. 303.

Organized by the JCCC Arts Committee with the generous financial assistance of The Canada Council for the Arts.

 

Masaji . Last modified Feb 21 2016 8:48 a.m.


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