Want to learn more about 4elements Living Arts? Interested in attending one of our exciting art workshops or training sessions? Do you want to volunteer or become a 4elements member to receive exclusive benefits and news updates!?
Then please join us on Saturday Nov 22nd for our annual Open House and AGM! Learn more about our arts organization, 4elements Living Arts!
Open house is from 10am-2pm and the Annual General Meeting is from 2-4pm and will be held at the new 4elements office in Kagawong located at 91 Main St.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Help support 4elements Living Arts to set up our new office located in Kagawong!
4elements Living Arts is a non-profit arts organization that provides community arts workshops, organizes in-school programs, and facilitates arts-based community development and events across Manitoulin Island. Our new location will house our office, and provide a small gallery and workshop space. Visit us by mid-June at 91 Main st. Kagawong!
4elements is in need of cash donations, big or small and gently used/new office supplies and equipment (See our wish list below). To donate please see sidebar!
Every donation helps 4elements to reach its mandate and every donation enters your name into a draw to WIN:
- One free workshop of your choice (youth or adult)
- A catalog from one of our 2014 exhibitions
- A land art photographic reproduction
- Your name and/or business logo goes on our website
*name(s) in brackets indicate item donated
*bold indicates items still needed
We constantly need art and fibre supplies for our in-school and other community programming
(We have received generous fibre stash donations from Kate Thompson, Jody Pilon, Linda Wilson, Linda Noble, Sandy Cook Kilpatrick, Sheepish Grin (Dianne Cruttenden) and Julieanne Steedman for our children's workshops)
Cash donations generously donated by Natasha Reuter (Island Jar in Little Current) & Gary Fuhrman
To donate please see sidebar (right)!
For more information contact 4e:
We are excited to announce that late this spring, 4e will open a Studio/Office space in Kagawong. We had quite a few proposals from communities and organizations around the Island - we thank everyone for their enthusiasm and support. After careful consideration of our needs, the proposals and our organizational goals, we have chosen Kagawong because of the fantastic relationship we built with the community during the time of the Art of Being Billings Project, because of the Council's enthusiasm and vision, and of course, because of the space. In addition to being connected to a vibrant community, we'll have room for offices as well as a small workshop/studio/gallery space. We will continue our various community programs and organizational partnerships throughout the Island. If you have an idea for a project, a workshop for your community, or are an artist looking for opportunities to teach, do contact us.