THUNDER BAY – The Aboriginal Artworks Group of Northern Ontario will be presenting ‘Sequin’ their fifth annual Spring Aboriginal Fine Arts and Crafts Gift Show and Sale in the Victoriaville Centre in the heart of the Fort William Business District from Wednesday May 28th to Saturday May 31st.
The annual show offers local residents the opportunity to see the wide variety of amazing talent from artists from across the north.
Show organizer John Ferris is setting his goal higher this year as well. The artist, and show planner is going to be expanding out to Toronto this summer for an artists exhibition that will take up to eighty artisans from across the north to Toronto for a first annual show and sale.
Ferris shares that, “Eighty artisans from northern Ontario will participate in the show which will be held August 14th to 18th in Toronto”.
The trip will cost $600 per person which includes the transportation for a return flight between Thunder Bay and Toronto, accommodations in Toronto and a table at the exhibition and sale.
Toronto Art Show Details
The Aboriginal Artworks Group of Northern Ontario (AAGN0)
Northern Ontario Aboriginal Fine Arts/Crafts
Summer Exhibition and Sale Toronto
This exhibition and accommodations will be held at the Eaton, Chelsea Downtown Toronto. We have limited space available for 80 artists/artisans/escorts on a “First Come, First Serve Basis”.
The cost $600 per person departing from Thunder Bay includes:
• Travel from Thunder Bay – Toronto – Thunder Bay
• Accommodations (August 14 – 17, 2014) 2 persons/room
• 1 Table (extra tables @ $75/day)
For people on own travel and own accommodations @ $450/table for 3 days (extra tables @ $75/day)
Deadline Registration: Wednesday, June 10, 2014
Please Note: Registration Forms will be sent to your band office / Friendship Centers or request on Facebook: Aboriginal Artworks Group of Northern Ontario or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information please contact John Ferris at 807 939-7525 or email: email@example.com or Facebook: Aboriginal Artworks Group of Northern Ontario.
The interest in traditional art is growing, and the Thunder Bay sale is always popular.