LANTERN-MAKING WORKSHOP & PARADE
OFF THE WALL, PLAYMAKERS!,
WORKSHOP: Join Off the Wall Artists Alliance and Playmakers! Theatre School who will help you create a beautiful lantern as part of Culture Days, Saturday September 30 at Factory163
Work as an individual - or in a group with family and friends - to create a lantern that reflects our community's diversity, inclusion and heritage.
All materials are provided. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Bring your lanterns to Stratford's FIRST ANNUAL LANTERN PARADE, on October 14, 2017.
WORKSHOP: SEPTEMBER 30 10AM - 4PM
PARADE: OCTOBER 14
BRING YOUR LANTERNS & LET THEM SHINE
AT STRATFORD'S FIRST ANNUAL LANTERN PARADE OCTOBER 14th!
About Gallery Stratford
Gallery Stratford is one of Ontario’s longest operating public art galleries and has been a significant contributor to the cultural heart of South-western Ontario since 1967. Gallery Stratford’s mandate is to present changing exhibitions of contemporary visual art, with a focus on regional and Canadian Art, which strive to engage the public, create dialogue, and offer unique opportunities for education, exploration, and interactive learning.
Gallery Stratford is located in the city’s historic former pump house, just a five minute walk from Stratford’s Festival Theatre and the Avon River. It is surrounded by picturesque parkland with outdoor sculptures linked through a network of pathways. The gallery has three exhibition spaces, a community studio, and a Gallery Shop.
Gallery Stratford is supported by the City of Stratford, the Ontario Arts Council, the Ontario Trillium Foundation, and through memberships and donations.
Gallery Stratford is wheelchair accessible and there is plenty of free parking adjacent to the gallery; bus parking is available.
54 Romeo Street South
Stratford, ON (Canada)