May 10, 2018
6077 Columbus Street
Halifax, NS B3K 0E9
An evening celebrating Nova Scotia fashion designers and artists, in support of the MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning.
Title Sponsorship by
Featuring the Creative Work of:
Designers Toban Ralston / Marie Webb / Kim Munson / Vlad Snytkin / Carrie Lamb
Artists Janso Isso / Jenny Yujia Shi / Vasilis Vasili / Brent McCombs
Entertainment Anya and the Unleashed Dancers
Photographer Brent McCombs
DOOR PRIZE A Golf Weekend Get Away for two at The Algonquin Resort ($1000 value).
DRESS On the EDGE
DETAILS Hors d'oeuvres and Wine (sponsored by Bishop's Cellars) will be served.
Event Sponsorship by
$225 EDGE in support of MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning
$50 RAFFLE - FRIDA JEWELLERY BY CARRIE LAMB
*A portion of all ticket sales will be tax receiptable as a donation to MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning.
For more event info call 902-469-2851 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For Event Sponsorship info contact Mike Janz at email@example.com. Event Sponsorship Overview can be found here.
For Media Inquiries contact Heather MacDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Her work includes drawing, painting, photography, textile and fashion design, and performance.
Born in 1974 in Al-Hasakah in northern Syria, Janso fled war and made his way to Lebanon, and finally on to Nova Scotia. Janso is an extremely versatile artist. Self-trained, he works in a number of different painting styles–from classical and renaissance-era to modern—and in a
MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning
MacPhee Centre for Creative Learning (MCCL) empowers youth between the ages of 12-19 by connecting passion with purpose through the arts. Located at 50 Queen Street in downtown Dartmouth, this community hub inspires creativity and confidence by offering unique programs in performing and visual arts, creative writing and technology in a safe and inspiring space. By bridging the learning gap for those who are disengaged from traditional education, or with barriers to accessing creative learning, MCCL helps in the development of confidence, lifelong learning skills, an appreciation for the value in giving back to the community and increased potential for employment in our communities. We give NS youth a voice through the arts.