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Media Release – The Lobstick Foundation™ Donates $2,500 to the Langley Arts Council for the first Women in Arts & Culture Event

March 14, 2022

Aldergrove, BC

Thanks to a generous donation of $2,500 from the Lobstick Foundation™ the Langley Arts Council will be hosting its first Women in Art and Culture Event! This free community event will provide a space for emerging, mid-career, and established artists of all ages to network and learn about developing their professional practice.

“Because of the support of the Lobstick Foundation™ the Langley Arts Council is able to host this event for the first time. We very much appreciate their support, and can’t wait to bring the talented women in arts and culture together in Aldergrove for the first LAC Women’s Event” says the Executive Director of the Langley Arts Council, Claire Sarfeld.

The Women’s Event, will take place on Saturday March 26th from 12:00 – 5:00 PM. It will feature presentations from; Pennylane Shen, Suvi Bains, Jill Bain, and Erica Grimm. Our speakers will touch on; developing your professional practice, women in art history, what it means to curate an art gallery and be a curator, and the development of a professional practice through materials, mediums, and experiences. Our audience will have time to ask each speaker questions about their professional practice, work through group exercises, connect with other local artists, share stories, and more.

For more information on the Langley Arts Council please visit langleyarts.ca. To register for your free ticket visit https://buytickets.at/langleyartscouncil/648416

About the Langley Arts Council

The Langley Arts Council has been promoting, facilitating, and supporting arts and culture in the Langley’s and beyond since 1968. Our mission and mandate are; to increase and broaden opportunities for citizens to enjoy and participate in cultural activities. To engage in such activities will promote the advancement of education in the arts, culture, and heritage, or other purposes of charitable nature beneficial to the community; to create a broader and more inclusive opportunities for artistic expression in the community and increase knowledge of, appreciation for, and participation in the arts.


Langley Arts Council

Claire Sarfeld