Urban Arts Gallery Opening A Big Hit.

Marlene McKintosh – UrbanArts Executive Director
Marlene McKintosh – UrbanArts Executive Director

A large and respectful crowd was on hand at Urban Arts on John Street Thursday evening for the inauguration of the Youth Gallery Project. Excellent artworks were on display featuring the talents of students from Weston Collegiate and Archbishop Romero High School. While the poetry slam had few entries the audience was appreciative. A guest appearance by talented Mississauga performer John River ended the evening.

Ify Chiwetelu- Program Coordinator managing the Poetry Slam.
Ify Chiwetelu- Program Coordinator consults judges during the poetry slam in the gallery.
Lashawn Arrindell - event photographer.
Lashawn Arrindell – event photographer.
Joan Wilson organized the photo and painting exhibit
Joan Wilson organized the gallery exhibit
John River performing.
John River performing.
Poetry slam competitors.
Two poetry slam competitors perform together.

While the poetry slam entries were low in number, organizer Ify Chiwetelu was confident of more participation in the next event.

1 thought on “Urban Arts Gallery Opening A Big Hit.”

  1. Thanks Roy and what great photos! This is the kind of initiative that a Y in the area could house and help support.

    Frances??

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