The Markham Museum hosts Night at the Museum Thursday nights beginning at 7 p.m. This week – Aug. 18 – musicians Chris Vrijenhoek, below from left, and EverFlowing will be performing and local artist Sara Mozafari will be leading an art workshop as part of YRAC’s Local Pairings initiative.
Looking for a place to let your creative flag fly?
Head on over to the Markham Museum Thursday night – August 18 – for the weekly Night at the Museum gathering featuring music, painting and more, starting at 7 p.m.
This week, enjoy the music of Chris Vrijenhoek & EverFlowing and take part in the York Region Arts Council’s Art Workshop with artist Sara Mozafari, part of YRAC’s new Local Pairings program.
Night at the Museum is an initiative to bring the community together and enjoy gorgeous summer nights. If there is inclement weather the event will either be rescheduled, moved indoors, or cancelled. Follow Markham Museum on social to be up-to-date.
To learn more about Night at the Museum, please click here.
Local Pairings is a new program launched by the York Region Arts Council that engages artists, venues, and event organizers to partner with York Region Arts Council in activating arts across York Region.
The goal of Local Pairings is to provide artists and organizers with mutually beneficial opportunities to come together, share resources, and ultimately share space for cultural expression.
In collaboration with Experience York Region, Local Pairings not only promotes artistic engagement, but encourages connectivity between the region’s nine municipalities. We believe that community is located at the heart of this collaboration.
The York Region Arts Council invite artists, venues and event organizers to share information about their art practice, venue, or events.
For links and more information on Local Pairings, please click here.