|Oct 16-18, 2015|
Espanola is a community in Northern Ontario, near Sudbury. They have taken on this fantastic festival that will occur Oct. 16 - 18, 2015. This collaborative project between the Espanola Public Library and the Espanola Fibre Arts Festival is an amazing undertaking. They are looking for "art"-work from anyone interested in participating so they can create a massive coral reef structure.
Not only are they hoping to bring together "like-minded" individuals to create art together, but they've added the benefit of increasing awareness to the plight of the coral reefs in our world that are being threatened by "global warming and pollution".
This community meets at the Espanola Library, where a person can learn to knit, crochet and other techniques that might be used to make this display.
|beginning of a coral reef display|
If you are interested in this project, you can visit their website or their facebook page.
If you want more information or are interested in participating you can contact the coordinator of this project as well.
PS - visit their website and view their 2013 gallery to see some of the amazing things they have done.