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#HopeAndHealingCanada Project

#HopeAndHealingCanada Project

The Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre is honoured to host Tracey-Mae Chambers, Métis Encaustic Sculptor and Artist behind the Hope and Healing Canada Project, to install her artwork in the Museum’s Bogarttown Schoolhouse space. The installation will remain at the Museum through December 6.

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The Whitchurch-Stouffville Museum & Community Centre is honoured to host Tracey-Mae Chambers, Métis Encaustic Sculptor and Artist behind the Hope and Healing Canada Project, to install her artwork in the Museum’s Bogarttown Schoolhouse space. The installation will remain at the Museum through December 6.


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