By Shona Cairncross
The term chainmail is derived from the French maille, the root of which is the Latin word macula, the mesh of a net. It often calls to mind images of knights dressed in armour crafted of interwoven metal links that could block the thrust of a sword or turn the point of an arrow.
By Pamela Meacher
"Dyslexia will always be a silent reminder that the written world will never be completely mine. My family often says that there are times when I still write in Pameleze, not English. Living with my mirrored brain has also given me a hunger and an appreciation of books through different eyes. "
By Sarah O'Donnell
Imagine having art classes being offered in your local downtown.
Then you find out they are being facilitated by professional working artists that are getting paid nationally recommended instructor rates for artists. Now you find out that the pricing is flexible and you can literally ‘Pay What You Can’.
For 15 years, the South Simcoe Arts Council has been showcasing the talent of local visual artists in our annual Arts on Main Juried Exhibition. During this time we have been proud to display many thoughtful and skilled pieces which have conveyed artistic interpretation in a variety of mediums.
The SSAC Office is so excited to announce that we have TWO beautiful baskets packed with goodies to be raffled of between now and December 17. Tickets are only $5 each and you can get 5 for $20. Tickets are available at our shop, FortyOne, and through some of our members and volunteers. Come on by and get yours today and support SSAC & its programs.