ETERNAL SPRINGTIME

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Engaging community through meaningful connections, story telling and art!

Established in 2016, Eternal Springtime is a grassroots organization that develops and delivers art programs for children, youth and families living in the margins through out the Greater Toronto Area.

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OUR MISSION

We are passionate about teaching our young people and their families how to use art as a tool for self-expression, to heal, communicate and discover their inner purpose

Our vision is to build sustainable community-engaged arts projects in marginalized neighbourhoods.

We all need a little help with tools to manage stress and navigate life’s adversities and Eternal Springtime is here to help!
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WORKSHOPS

Creative Community - Ajax

 Community Development Council of Durham
June-July/Oct.-Nov. 2017

Social Justice Art

Youth Action Network and The Spot Jane & Finch
May 2017

Creative Programs for Mixed Abilities & Learning Differences

Christian HorizonsApril 2017 – June 2017


Parents as Partners STEM to STEAM Symposium

DDSB, Ontario
April 2017

 

Vision Board 2017

Soulful Ministries, BrandLove Co., Vivian Kung, GTA
January 2017 – March 2017

Private One-on-one art activities

with Kavya age 8, Scarborough, Ontario
January 2017 – March 2016 September 2016 – February 2017

Harwood Retirement Residence

Ajax, Ontario
September 2015 – December 2016


Creative Coyote’s Club

Carruther’s Creek P.S., Ajax, Ontario – Grade 3, 4, and 5
February 2016 - Present

Muslim Mothers of Durham Region

April 2016

Durham Mental Health Services New Leaf Program

January 2015 - June 2015

Art in the Park

Durham Region, Ontario
Summer 2015


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ON NOW!

Our Story

Igniting public spaces with the stories of black, Indigenous, people of colour using ART!

An exhibition that showcases art work by Joan Saldanha, Founder & CEO of Eternal Springtime.  An emerging artist of colour, Joanie is merging her connection to her South Asia roots with her Canadian upbringing in this exhibition.

Newcomer masks made during the Creative Community - Ajax program through the Community Development Council of Durham with an Impact Ajax grant with the Town of Ajax.

Art work by Indigenous artists Chief Lady Bird and Aura.

Exhibition is in Gallery A at The Robert McLaughlin Gallery                                72 Queen St, Oshawa, ON L1H 3Z3 from Decmeber 7 - January 7

Reception and Artist Talk is on Saturday, December 30, 2018 from 1:00pm-3:30pm

Let's Connect, Create and Build!