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Catching Joy

Exhibition Duration: September 11 - September 30, 2018

Exhibition Reception: Saturday, September 29, 2018 from 1 - 3 pm* | Facebook Event

Catching Joy is an exhibition which tells the story of a younger girl’s journey to find joy and bring back to her grandmother. Participating artists were each given a line from the children’s story Joy by Corinne Averiss and asked to recreate it through visual representation. 

*Visitors will have the opportunity to participate in a collaborative theatre performance with family and friends. All ages are welcome to participate.

Catching Joy will be on display during Ontario Culture Days, a nationwide weekend to celebrate arts and culture. Culture Days take place at NPCC on Sept 29 and 30 with free activities for the whole family. See full list of activities HERE.

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Exhibition Duration: September 11 - September 30, 2018

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Jacintha Krish

Exhibition Duration: September 4 - September 30, 2018

Jacintha Krish is an artist and arts instructor who currently teaches at Neilson Park Creative Centre, Humber Valley Art Club and Oakville Art Society. She is experienced with different media and has studied at the Ottawa School of the Art and Algonquin University. 

"The beauty of Canada is my inspiration, filled with the sights and sounds of its constantly changing landscapes as well as its people, imbued with the rich biodiversity that is wholly Canadian. I let my spirits soar as I work with with vibrant and warm colours transferring my feelings onto my canvas."

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Akshata Naik

Exhibition Duration: September 10 - September 30, 2018

Artist Talk: Sunday, September 30th, 2018 from 2:00 - 4:00pm

Akshata Naik is an artist who has exhibited internationally and currently lives and works in Canada. Coverage for Akshata’s work includes BBC and the Telegraph (United Kingdom). Akshata's Bloody Boats is an installation that revolves around multiple socio-political narratives. It makes a strong remark on sensitive facts of the civil war and migrant crisis, questioning the social and human legibility.

Join Akshata for her artist talk at NPCC where she will discuss the motivation, creation and reaction behind the Bloody Boats.


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