Annual Garbage Can Art Contest & Auction
Sunday, September 26, 2010
2010 Sees A Switch From Garbage Cans To Metal Umbrella Stands
Come and cheer A.J. on! Also, Come to cheer on the other Deaf artists! Come watch me in action and watch me get dirty, with paint, of course!!!
Twenty-five artists will take part in the four hours of creative madness, turning plain metal umbrella stands, provided by the event sponsor, Granville Island Ferries (www.granvilleislandferries.bc.ca), into works of art.
In previous years the artworks have been created out of metal garbage cans, but sensing that they had perhaps saturated the market for these large decorated cans, and wanting to provide something that would be suitable for more of today’s smaller urban homes, organizers this year have chosen to switch to a smaller metal umbrella stand
Sept. 24 is the International Day of Sign Language Rights!
Save the date and make sure to check back to Deafbc for more updates on the days activities!
If you don’t know what about this event take a look at the videos from last year.
“In response to these challenges and – input received from the Deaf Community, the Ministry of Advanced Education and Labour Market Development is implementing a pilot program to examine the re-distribution of resources to facilitate attendance of local deaf and hard of hearing students at specialized ASL post-secondary institutions outside of Canada.”
Read the full letter by clicking here
View the Deaf Blind friendly posting by clicking here
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