Project ArmHer is a collaborative multi-media performance produced in partnership with women who have lived experience in sex work. This is Project ArmHer’s first locally public performance. We chose December 17th as our event date in respect and recognition of International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers.
WHEN: Sunday, December 17th, 2017 @ 7-9pm
WHERE: Ernie Checkeris Theatre
Thorneloe University on Laurentian University Campus
935 Ramsey Lake Rd.
Tickets are $25 at the door (cash only) or in advance at One Sky Local Fine Goods at 125 Durham St. (cash only) or online through Eventbrite.
With temperatures dropping and the holidays just around the corner, stress levels can be running high. So take some time to unwind, relax, and join us TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5th for an evening of community, hot chocolate, and (of course) art!
This is a free event but donations are welcome. All materials provided. Family friendly.
Visit the Facebook event page for more info.
Alt-Right got you down? Worried about hate groups putting up posters across our town? Well it’s time that we do something about it the best way we know how to… with paint, paper and some glue.
On October 25th, Myths and Mirrors hosted a poster-making session for everyone that wants to help stand up against these groups and send a different message. Not one of hate… but one of art.
About a dozen people attended the poster-making session and now we’re excited to share their work so keep an eye out downtown as we spread some Art Against Hate.
Myths and Mirrors Community Arts presents The Masks We Wear at Open Studio (93 Cedar St. Unit 303), November 14th-26th. The Masks We Wear features artwork by participants from Artistes Trans Artistry (ATA).
ATA provides transgender people (including those questioning their gender identity) a safe, confidential, and inclusive space to explore and create. Through weekly workshops, ATA participants have created the artwork featured in The Masks We Wear, and now the public is invited to celebrate their work, as we reflect on identity and examine the masks we wear.
See The Masks We Wear featured on CBC, Sudbury.com, and The Sudbury Star.
Tuesday, November 14th @ 6-9PM
Monday, November 20th @ 6-9PM
TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
Celebration of life w/ TG Innerselves
Featuring live painting by artist Dylan St Georges
* Please note, some pieces contain depictions or talk of suicide, self harm, and/or violence, and may be triggering for some.
Funding for this project provided by:
Join us as we celebrate our activities of the past year and extend our appreciation to our members, sponsors, funders, community partners and participants.
WHEN: Monday, September 25th, 2017
WHERE: Victory Park (490 Frood Rd.)
AGM Meeting @ 6:00PM
Potluck Community Meal & Celebration @ 7:30PM
* Everyone is welcome. If you’re unable to bring a dish, we’ll have plenty of food to share!
RSVP your attendance to Alexandra Dean at (705) 222-1305 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our annual general meeting is open to all, with voting privileges enjoyed by all adult members. Memberships can be purchased on our website, at the AGM, or from our office at 139 Durham St.
BECOME A BOARD MEMBER! We’re currently seeking new people to join our board of directors! Submit your resume or nominate someone you know by Monday, September 18th.
Myths and Mirrors is thrilled to announce that we’re painting our first ever community mural in Minnow Lake. Residents are invited to join us outside Sue’s Bancroft Confectionary (2361 Bancroft Dr.) for four painting dates throughout September. ALL AGES AND SKILL LEVELS WELCOME.
This project is made possible thanks to the generous support of: Second Ave. Home Hardware, Crimestoppers, Sgt. Rick MacDonald Committee, Wolves United (Sudbury Wolves), Councillor Lynne Reynolds and Sherri Moroso (City of Greater Sudbury).
For more information, contact us at (705) 222-1305 or email@example.com.
Friday, September 15th 3:30-7PM
Saturday, September 16th 11AM-4PM
Friday, September 22nd 3:30-7PM
Saturday, September 23rd 11AM-4PM
Sue’s Bancroft Confectionary
2361 Bancroft Dr. (corner of Bancroft and Fourth Avenue)
Myths and Mirrors’ summer Arts In the Park program launches Friday, July 7th at Victory Park and continues for six weeks this summer. Every Wednesday and Friday from 10am to 3pm, artist Staci Duhaime will guide participants through a series of community arts activities, including a summer-long mural project.
Arts In the Park wrapped up for the summer season in August 2017.
Myths and Mirrors Community Arts invites you to an evening of storytelling with Isaac Murdoch (Serpent River First Nation), part of Bwaajigiwin, a youth-based community arts project from Myths and Mirrors and emerging artist, Nani Bell (Wikwemikong). Everyone is welcome.
Wednesday, May 24th @ 7:00-9:00PM
Laurentian University, Indigenous Sharing and Learning Centre
First floor of R.D. Parker building, Room P107
Myths and Mirrors is hiring! We are seeking three summer student community artists, see job description and how to apply below!
JOB POSTING: SUMMER COMMUNITY ARTISTS (3 STUDENT POSITIONS)
Under the supervision of the Administrative Coordinator, the student community artists will assist in the development of community art projects at our Victory Park and Durham Street sites.
Assist in the development of collective art works, including visual arts, sculpture, performance and media arts;
Assist in organizing and facilitating community meetings and workshops;
Assist in the promotion of projects and recruitment of participants;
Facilitate groups in the creation of collaborative art;
Assist in organizing unveilings and celebrations;
Assist in the development of media strategy;
Participate in project evaluation;
Attend staff meetings as required;
Other related tasks and duties.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
1. Must have been registered as a full time student during the preceding academic year;
2. Intend to return to school on a full time basis during the next academic year;
3. A student in secondary, post secondary, CEGEP or vocational or technical program;
4. Is between the ages of 15 and 30 (inclusive) at time of employment;
5. Is legally entitled to work according to relevant provincial/territorial legislation and regulations.
Applicants must be highly motivated, have a background in the arts and be able to work as a team member and with minimal supervision. Applicants can apply for this position by submitting a cover letter and resume.
Please submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, May 22, 2017 no later than 5 p.m. Tell us why you would be a great addition to our team at Myths and Mirrors! For additional information, please contact us at (705) 222-1305.
Myths and Mirrors invites you to our spring art-making sessions! Join us to create spring-themed crafts, connect with community, and learn more about Myths and Mirrors’ spring/summer programming.
Kid-friendly // Materials provided // FREE (donations welcome)
Tuesday, March 14th 6-8PM
Tuesday, March 28th 6-8PM
Tuesday, April 11th 6-8PM
Tuesday, April 25th 6-8PM (tentative)
139 Durham Street – UPSTAIRS
Email email@example.com or call (705) 222-1305 to register, or visit the Facebook event page.