The 2018 Walk of Courage raised more than $2000. City Art Centre members walked downtown London to support our charity. Members were energetic and lively as they voiced their support to turn heads as we walked. We were triumphant in our mission to raise awareness of City Art Centre’s need.
From 12pm – 4pm, 219 visitors trekked through City Art Centre to experience Doors Open festivities. As guides lead people on tours of the building, named T Block, they described its architecture and history. Originally, T Block accommodated military personnel. Young recruits were educated here and the building housed military stores. It has now morphed into its present day use. The guides gave a run-down of the artist gallery, studio and storage rooms of the now renovated inner structure. As well, a workshop challenged visitors to create as members do. The visitors partook in a free barbeque and all art sales monies were donated back to the centre.
at Museum London
Sunday November 18 from 2pm - 3pm
The display traces the life of the cartoonist whose mascot Luke Worm appeared in all his comics featured in the London Free Press from 1921 - 2017.
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