ART IN THE LIBRARY

GENERAL INFORMATION

St. Thomas Public Library is proud to support the community’s culture and talent. It is for this reason that St. Thomas Public Library started the “Art in the Library” program in 2007. In 2012, as part of Library Revitalization, a more prominent feature wall made of cedar slats was created specifically for this program. Artists can display their work for a one-month period. The “Art in the Library” program is provided as a community service; displays are open to the public and there is no fee for artists to participate.

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Art Wall Featured Artist: Michelle Vyn
What Canada Means to Me

WHAT CANADA MEANS TO ME

Artists! Get creative and share what Canada means to you…through art! In October, our art wall will be filled with art submitted by you!

SUBMISSIONS OPEN NOW UNTIL SEPTEMBER 12, 2017

Submit digital copies of your artwork to stplsubmissions@gmail.com with the subject “What Canada Means to Me” to be considered for display! One entry per person, maximum size of 20×20”. Include a short paragraph stating what inspired you.

We will let you know if your art has been chosen by September 12!