The Sherbourne Health Centre Mosaic Project
Community members are invited to join The Sherbourne Health Centre Mosaic Project, a new community engaged mosaic project led by Red Dress Productions. Everyone is welcome! The workshop will open on Aprll 12, 2011.
For more information on the project and schedule please visit:
Red Dress Productions creates and disseminates interdisciplinary art and performance projects, and works with/in communities on large-scale, community-engaged public artworks. Red Dress Productions recently completed “Flux,” a new public artwork based in the 519 Church Street Community Center. More than 300 community members and program participants of the 519 contributed to the vision, design, and construction of “Flux” over several months in 2010. The 27 feet long mosaic is installed on the exterior south-facing wall of the 519 Church Community Center. To find out more about Red Dress Productions and its projects, please visit http://reddressproductions.blogspot.com.
Sherbourne Health Centre is an urban primary health care centre serving the diverse communities of southeast Toronto since 2003. Sherbourne Health Centre seeks to reduce barriers to care by taking a comprehensive approach to primary health care. Services include health promotion, education, research, community development and outreach, and advocacy. Sherbourne Health Centre serves all of the diverse communities of southeast Toronto with a special emphasis on local residents of south-central Toronto, homeless and under-housed individuals, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) community, and new Canadians. To find out more about Sherbourne Health Centre and its programs and services, please visit http://www.sherbourne.on.ca
We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and the Neighbourhood Arts Network.