CBC Radio public service announcement for the teen weaving workshop at the National Gallery Of Canada, Saturday October 25, 2008
Moon Rain Centre is a non-profit cultural organization dedicated to integrating creativity and harmony in the community through the creation, exhibition and teaching of tapestry weaving and textile arts. The name Moon Rain refers to the mystical connection between the moon, weaving and the cosmos. Located in the Gatineau Hills, in the Outaouais region of Quebec, Canada, Moon Rain is known for its unique approach to creative tapestry weaving. The Vision of Moon Rain is to share the beauty and mystery of Weave
Saturday, October 25, 2008
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA
380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa
WEAVING PEACE WORKSHOP FOR TEENS
Participate in a workshop run by the Teen Council on the theme of artistic peace. Take advantage of this great opportunity to meet other teens, get to know local artists, and create off-the-wall art. Cost: $5 per workshop (Members $4). Registration required: 613-998-8888.
Saturday 25 October from 1 pm to 4:30 pm
Invocations of Peace: A Vision Weave with Thoma Ewen
In this workshop, teen participants will express a vision of peace in a woven peace field tapestry. The process will be photographed and transmitted via an online blog, and uploaded to the Teen Council’s Facebook page.