“Art from the Heart”

3rd Annual Differently-abled Artists Exhibition: Jan 18 to Feb 23, 2014

“Art from the Heart”
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Sybil Rampen

Is the founder of the Joshua Creek Heritage Arts Centre and the niece of Egyptologist and artist Amice Calverley. Sybil Calverley Rampen is the author of "The Grannies" which was later turned into a the film "Hell's Grannies" which premiered at Toronto's Hot Docs in 2007.

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Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre hosts the 3rd Annual Differently-abled Artists Exhibition, Art from the Heart, a provocative exhibition by artists who have experienced adversity and challenge and have incorporated this into their artistic practice, inspiration and presentation. The show will reach into the community in a unique and compelling way. 

This show focuses on different ways of seeing and experiencing the world, reflected in artwork.  It is about sharing, awareness, artistic expression and courage.  The reality of each life made visible is a powerful tool.

It is about art originating from inner spaces not experienced by most people and about the creativity which emerges from such spaces and experiences. The reality of each life made visible is a powerful tool.

Featured Artist – Tsochoy Go Solo Exhibition

Tsochoy has emerged from the co-op programme with St Joan of Arc Catholic Secondary School. He is currently working on the “Sybil Rampen Fine Art Diploma” at Joshua Creek. He is an extraordinary artist with amazing talent. Your imagination will soar when you engage with his images. Not to be missed.

Documentary Premiere 

This past summer two Grade 11 students spent 176 hours each over the span of four weeks to create a video of the Monday morning artists of Community Living Oakville. Their creative and inspiring video will premiere at the opening of Art From The Heart.

The gallery at the Joshua Creek Heritage Arts Centre is Tuesday through Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.