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MEDIA RELEASE: Cultural Town Hall: Sudbury

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Cultural Town Hall: Sudbury

with guest facilitator Clayton Windatt

February 11th at 6:30pm

At the Art Gallery of Sudbury, 251 John St.

The Art Gallery of Sudbury, Open Studio / Cambrian College and the Sudbury Arts Councilinvite you to participate in a social gathering and exchange of ideas. This “town hall” style meeting will allow everyone to speak openly about the cultural climate of the Sudbury area and gather concerns and successes from the region out in the open. This all gives outside artist and curator Clayton Windatt a better understanding of our region as he works towards his independent research project gather information about all of Northern Ontario.

 Clayton Windatt is an Artist, Curator and Arts Advocate who is working on a project funding through a Chalmers Fellowship from the Ontario Arts Council, he has set out to address the issues of each region in the North and find ways that networks can happen both locally in each community and between the different Northern regions. The input gained from each community will directly affect his research and its outcome, which will be presented at the “Dream Big Conference” taking place in North Bay, Ma 27th – 30th, 2015. (

He is scheduling meetings in Sudbury, North Bay, Sault Ste. Marie, Hearst, Thunder Bay and has just finished his visit to Timmins. All artistic disciplines and lovers of arts, culture and heritage are invited. 

Light refreshments and coffee will be served. 

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