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Myths and Mirrors collaborates with community to weave art and story into the landscapes and practices of our daily lives. 

In 1996, Myths and Mirrors found its beginnings in two of Sudbury’s oldest neighbourhoods – the Donovan and the Flour Mill. Since then, Myths and Mirrors has been engaging Sudbury’s diverse communities in collaborative art-making, story-sharing, and community-building.

By providing the tools, resources, and support for communities to express themselves creatively, Myths and Mirrors educates and promotes public participation in the arts. Through exploration of modern myths and reflecting on their own perceptions and experiences, participants develop a voice to challenge assumptions, redefine arts and culture, and help transform our collective futures.

Everyone is welcome to imagine and create community with us.

To learn more about Myths and Mirrors, contact us at


Operating funding for Myths and Mirrors is provided by:


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