EACH SCHOOL RECEIVES A $1,000 BURSARY TO FUND ART PROGRAMS COMPLIMENTS OF
BRAMALEA CITY CENTRE AND BMO BANK OF MONTREAL
TORONTO, Jan. 14 /CNW/ - Bramalea City Centre and BMO Bank of Montreal,
at Bramalea City Centre, will host a recognition ceremony to award each of the
first six schools, to have completed the Young At Art Gallery program, with a
$1,000 bursary. Student artists, who have exhibited in the Gallery thus far,
will be acknowledged for their artistic talent and presented a special
Certificate of Participation.
WHAT: An art inspired recognition ceremony and bursary presentations
for the first six schools and student artists who have
participated in Young At Art, a children's Art Gallery program
created to help raise much needed funds for school Art Programs
in Brampton, Caledon, and Mississauga.
WHO: Student artists, Art Teachers, senior representatives from Peel
and Dufferin Peel Regional School Boards, the Art Gallery of
Ontario, Brampton Arts Council, City of Brampton, Bramalea City
Centre, BMO Bank of Montreal, at Bramalea City Centre, and
WHERE: Bramalea City Centre (second level) - 25 Peel Centre Drive,
Brampton, Ontario. L6T 3R5
WHEN: Wednesday, January 21, 2009 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Media and the general public are welcome to attend this event. Photo
opportunities and media interviews will be available following the ceremony.
For further information:
For further information: about the Young At Art please contact: Brenda
Maynard-Richardson, Xen Communications, T (416) 450-9647, E:
firstname.lastname@example.org; Sharon Quigley, Assistant Marketing Director,
Bramalea City Centre & Holt Renfrew Centre, T: (905) 595-4747, E: