Pieces will be scanned as part of the project with originals going back to their creator and with the City of Waterloo retaining rights to reproduce the work as a print for display purposes. By timing the exhibit in conjunction with Canada’s sesquicentennial, the project offers an opportunity for the community to celebrate its present as well as its past and future.
- Connect the community and encourage participation at a local level;
- Work with a local artists to create connections between arts, culture, and community while promoting the diversity in the community;
- Curate an exhibit of the pictures showcasing the skill, community support, and engagement of community;
- Exhibit the project in conjunction with the sesquicentennial.
Public workshops and activities will be held throughout 2016, each hosted by different local artists. For dates and locations of the portrait workshops http://bit.ly/1lfB6La: