PAMA issues last call for art voice youth showcase
Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA) is issuing a last call for their Art Voice Youth Showcase.
Art Voice celebrates emerging youth talent in the Region of Peel and provides a showcase for people to share their work with the public, family and friends.
PAMA is looking for new or emerging local artists for a virtual showcase event in early August 2020.
This event is a part of the project activity undertaken by the Community Leadership Program ambassadors under the mentorship of the host organization the Regional Diversity Roundtable and Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA).
Additionally, Art Voice is creating spaces to share community voices and strives to create an inclusive community and family-friendly space.
If you are an artist in Peel (Brampton, Mississauga or Caledon), between the ages of 14-35 and are looking to share your artistic talent with the community, you are invited to participate.
“Our youth are our communities' future. We believe in nurturing the young artist to grow and inspire our communities with their unique insights and talents that will one day lead our communities, by touching the inner spirits of all those around them. Art is change, and change needs a voice, and that voice is an Art Voice,” said Loloa Alkasawat, Regional Diversity Roundtable Community Leadership Program Community Ambassador.
Art Voice invites applications from new, emerging young artists in Peel regardless of their race, ethnicity, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation and or background.
Any form of art or creative expression will be considered such as painting, drawing, photography, music, dance, spoken word or poetry.
The deadline for submission is June 30, 2020.
Submit your application here or e-mail any questions to peelyouthshowcase [at] gmail [dot] com (mailto:peelyouthshowcase [at] gmail [dot] com).
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