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How and Why It Is: Arts-Based Research in Community Engaged Visual Art

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How and Why It Is: Arts-Based Research in Community Engaged Public Visual Art
Posted on July 10, 2012

CTCHC Community Mosaic Project is a partnership between Red Dress Productions and Central Toronto Community Health Centres.

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Open Studio at CTCHC

We’re now in our fourth week of open studio at CTCHC (Queen West Community  Health Centre and Shout Clinic) — the half-way point of our giant mosaic build! It’s an exciting place to be in a project.  Many core contributors are building mosaic skills and confidence, and we continue to welcome new project contributors to each open studio session. 

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Open Studio at CTCHC

Thanks to all the folks from Sketch, Four Winds, and Harm Reduction who joined the CTCHC Community Mosaic Project this week. We’re off to a great start! 

Special thanks to Lorraine Barnaby for dedicating a lot of time and energy to outreach and promotion.

Everyone is welcome to contribute to building this new large-scale public artwork. All materials are provided and no experience is necessary. 

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