ROWNTREE MILLS RAVINE MURAL // Idea Session

ROWNTREE MILLS RAVINE MURAL // Idea Session

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Thank you! We look forward to seeing you on Thursday September 16th for our IDEAS SESSION - AND - Saturday, September 25th for our painting day (We will email you reminders about both of these events in advance)

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Thank you! We look forward to seeing you on Thursday September 16th for our IDEAS SESSION - AND - Saturday, September 25th for our painting day (We will email you reminders about both of these events in advance)
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Join us for an online session with artist Lindsey Lickers, Mushkiiki Nibi Kwe, to contribute ideas for a ravine trail mural on Rowntree Rd

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IDEAS SESSION // THURSDAY, SEPT 16 // 6-7:30pm // Over ZOOM

Come and contribute ideas to help design a new mural to mark one of the entrances to our wonderful ravine system.

Join Haudenosaunee / Anishinaabe multi-media artist Lindsey Lickers, Mushkiiki Nibi Kwe in exploring through storytelling and teachings, ideas and imagery that represent the importance of nature and water in our lives and explore what would help to connect us more to the magical Humber River that flows right through our back yard and to each other.

MURAL PAINTING // SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th // noon-3PM // In person

Ideas generated together at our online session will inform a mural to be painted as a community on Saturday, September 25th (Raindate: Sunday September 26) as part of the From Weeds We Grow community celebration. Location: 2 Rowntree Rd, just East fo the School and Community Centre

Lindsey Lickers, Mushkiiki Nibi Kwe (Medicine Water Woman) is Turtle Clan originally from Six Nations of the Grand River, with matriarchal ties to the Mississauga’s of Credit First Nation. She has been a practicing artist specializing in painting, beading and community arts facilitation going on fifteen years. In 2019, Lindsey was awarded an International Women’s Day Award (City of Toronto) recognizing her unique synthesis of public art, Indigenous women’s issues and governance.

Brought to you in partnership with Park People, STEPS Public Art and the City of Toronto as part of our InTO the Ravines Program

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