The Pan-Caribbean Legacy Project was incubated by CCPAC to record the Pan-Caribbean diaspora’s experiences in Canada, with creative photography and video projects, we will showcase Caribbean people’s life after immigration and the evolution of the Caribbean culture in Canada. The
Our Neighbourhood A Different Booklist Cultural Centre Date January 15, 2018 – February 28, 2018 Location: 777 Bathurst St, Toronto, ON M5S 1Z5 Status: CCPAC Member Only Submission Submission Deadline: December 15, 2018 The application is now open. Apply Now Photographers are invited
Opening reception and awards ceremony on Thursday, December 21, 2017, at 7 pm. at Station Gallery 1450 Henry St. Whitby, Ontario. For this silver anniversary of the Station Gallery annual juried show, my submission ” Silverman” will be on display. This ever-popular year-end show inspires our creative membership to
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Some members of many migrant communities understand that the future of their communities is in their own hands – that building that future is based on a) the fabric and foundation of their past, b) the journey to the present c)
Unless specified by a contract between an artist and a photographer, the copyright on the photograph of an artwork remains with the photographer, following a 2012 change in the Copyright Act. This means that artists requiring a photographer to take
The field of photography had to fight a tough and controversial battle in terms of being considered an art form. The multiple applications it derived into and the diverse areas it is used in made it a skeptical art medium. Its diverse