YOUR COMMUNITY. YOUR TALENTS. YOUR WEEK.
National Youth Arts Week provides an opportunity for young
people across Canada to create a celebration of youth led events showcasing
their talents, expressing and exchanging ideas, getting excited about the arts
and celebrating their positive contribution to their communities and to Canada.
From St. John's, NFLD, to Vancouver, BC, and everywhere in
For National Youth Arts Week, Canadian communities will join together to host the largest celebration of the creative expression of children and youth this great country has ever seen.
National Youth Arts Week will take place from May 1 to 7, 2014 and will feature simultaneous youth-driven projects and events from St. John’s to Vancouver. This week provides an opportunity for youth in the Halifax Regional Municipality to express and exchange their ideas, showcase their talents, get excited about art and creativity and celebrate their positive contributions to their communities and to Canada.
The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (AGNS) will hold the official Launch Party to kick-off the beginning of National Youth Arts Week in Nova Scotia.
The Launch Party will take place Thursday, May 1, 2014 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm at AGNS, 1723 Hollis Street, Halifax. This is a free event, open to the public
The evening will feature a line-up of talented youth performers. Check back for more details about performers soon!
SLIDE SHOW 2013 - Check out photos from our 2013 Launch Party!
For more information about how to get involved and get connected, visit http://youthartsweek.ca/
For further details please contact:
Laura Carmichael, gov.ns.ca 902-424-6314
About National Youth Arts Week
National Youth Arts week is a project of the Arts Network for Children and Youth (ANCY) and is supported by Canadian Heritage and the Michaelle Jean Foundation. Locally National Youth Arts Week is supported by the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia and the Launch Party is in partnership with the Halifax Regional Municipality. www.youthartsweek.ca
The Arts Network for Children and Youth (ANCY) is a national non-profit community arts service organization. ANCY was established in 1999 by a group of arts practitioners with a vision of sustainable arts programming for children and youth in communities across Canada that would happen primarily outside of school hours in the community. To learn more visit: http://artsnetwork.ca/ __________
The Michaëlle Jean Foundation is the legacy of the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean’s term as 27th Governor General of Canada (2005-2010). It benefits from the direct involvement of Mme Jean and Jean-Daniel Lafond, co-founders and co-Presidents, an active and determined Board of Directors comprised of leading social and cultural actors, and a devoted and engaged staff. FMJF reflects the spirit of five years of dedicated action in urban centers, rural and Aboriginal communities, as well as northern localities. To learn more visit: http://www.fmjf.ca/