Hands Across the Shield
November 25 & 26, 2018
Two upcoming community arts gatherings in Killaloe and Pembroke, Ontario, will support the Countdown Public Art Legacy Project. The project creates public art monuments to increase awareness of gender-based and sexual violence. In the new year, we will be creating four new monuments throughout Ontario between February and June 2019.
Sunday November 25, 2018
2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
CRC, 12 North Street
… Read more Two community arts gatherings will support assault survivor monuments
Creative Producer/Communications Coordinator
12 hours / week (part-time), 1 year contract
Deadline for Applications: Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 5 pm EST
The Creative Producer/Communications Coordinator position is a critical part of a small staff team, driving and supporting the work of Red Dress Productions. As with most small arts organizations, this position will also be expected to contribute to shared responsibilities and a collaborative work environment.
Founded in 2005, Red Dress Productions (RDP) creates interdisciplinary art,
… Read more Red Dress Productions is hiring!
Read this thoughtful article by firefighter Julie Petruzzellis, Telling Stories: Where There is Smoke (PDF, 541 KB).
Julie first approached Red Dress Productions with a vision for what became the Women Firefighter Narrative Visibility Project — published in Fire Service Women Ontario’s quarterly print publication, Autumn 2018 issue.
Fire Service Women Ontario
Annual Professional Development Symposium & AGM
October 26 and 27, 2018
In Situ Festival
Small Arms Building
… Read more Check out this article on Where There is Smoke!
In 2016, the Women’s Sexual Assault Centre of Renfrew County (WSAC), Red Dress Productions (RDP), and Ottawa Valley Creative Arts Open Studio (OVCAOS) joined together with 400 community members to realize the Countdown Public Art Project to honour survivors of sexual violence — a community-wide initiative in Renfrew County, Ontario that engaged in the creation and public unveiling of one permanent public art anchor monument in Eganville, and smaller sibling monuments in Algonquins Pikwakanagan First Nation, Pembroke, and Killaloe,
… Read more Announcing the Countdown Public Art Legacy Project honouring survivors of sexual violence