Dundas Studio tour marks Canada’s 150th

WhatsOn Aug 03, 2017 Dundas Star News

The Dundas Studio Tour marks its 20th anniversary by joining the City of Hamilton’s Canada 150 celebration.

This year participants will have the opportunity to take part in an interactive art installation at the Dundas Museum and Archives.

Visitors can inscribe a hand-painted wooden maple leaf with what Canada means to them. Each leaf will have the words, “My Canada is ______________” on it, and participants are invited to complete the sentence. The inscribed leaves will then be placed on a display of branches at the museum.

In addition, Canada 150 cake will be served at each studio location. The tour runs Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Admission is free.


Dundas Studio tour marks Canada’s 150th

WhatsOn Aug 03, 2017 Dundas Star News

The Dundas Studio Tour marks its 20th anniversary by joining the City of Hamilton’s Canada 150 celebration.

This year participants will have the opportunity to take part in an interactive art installation at the Dundas Museum and Archives.

Visitors can inscribe a hand-painted wooden maple leaf with what Canada means to them. Each leaf will have the words, “My Canada is ______________” on it, and participants are invited to complete the sentence. The inscribed leaves will then be placed on a display of branches at the museum.

In addition, Canada 150 cake will be served at each studio location. The tour runs Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Admission is free.


Dundas Studio tour marks Canada’s 150th

WhatsOn Aug 03, 2017 Dundas Star News

The Dundas Studio Tour marks its 20th anniversary by joining the City of Hamilton’s Canada 150 celebration.

This year participants will have the opportunity to take part in an interactive art installation at the Dundas Museum and Archives.

Visitors can inscribe a hand-painted wooden maple leaf with what Canada means to them. Each leaf will have the words, “My Canada is ______________” on it, and participants are invited to complete the sentence. The inscribed leaves will then be placed on a display of branches at the museum.

In addition, Canada 150 cake will be served at each studio location. The tour runs Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Admission is free.