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Celebrating this year's O'Week with new orientation students at Western University for part of Western O'Serves.
We are so grateful to receive a big donation of art and craft supplies from Kathy!
Thank you so much for helping us foster a love of art with our at-risk youth. We'll be bringing these along for our art outreach nights with the Youth Opportunity Unlimited.
We are currently accepting donations for new or like-new art supplies and can even pick-up in London and surrounding areas.
Please DM us if applicable!
Let's hang your artworks on the wall!
Pics from our gallery
NEW fall gallery wall set-up at the YOU Made it Cafe featuring our talented artists.
Pictures from our gallery in YOU Made it Café
We’re glad to share some pics from our last art night with the YOU. We love spending time creating with the awesome peeps who like sharing their creative thoughts.
You can check out some of their artworks this September at the new gallery space in the YOU Made It Café that features TAC artists and art collaborated from our art nights. LET'S come and support them!
Welcomed our new community members!
Celebrating this year's O'Week with new orientation students at Western University for part of Western O'Serves. We had a great time with our new community members!
Our new gallery
Wood burning signs created by Chelsea Frazer featured at our new gallery space hosted in the YOU Made It Cafe. We are also looking for new hosting sites and artists, DM us for more info.
Our new gallery
New gallery space now open in the YOU Made it Cafe at the corner of Richmond and York.
Please go check out our artists work.
We are also looking for new hosting sites and artists, DM us for more info.
Announcement about new gallery
New gallery space coming next week in the Youth Opportunity's 'YOU Made it Cafe! Located at Richmond and York St. featuring at from The Arts Collective.
- Grand opening to be announced soon
We are looking for new artists that are hobbyists or at-risk, come and join our community now!
We are looking for new artists that are hobbyists or at-risk!
Visual Fringe Festival
This year The Arts Collective is happy to announce we'll be participating in the London's annual Visual Fringe Festival. Please stop by The Arts Project May 29th-June 8th to see the exhibit or June 1st from 1-4pm to meet and greet several of our artists.
New Artists Welcome
TAC is excited to say that we have been working diligently to extend our team and can now start accepting new applicants for our online art showcase, and new local gallery space. Our organization is federally registered as a NFP, and there are no costs or fees for the artists. We look to facilitate connections between new artists and patrons, within our local community, by giving artists a platform to show and sell their works for 100% of the profits. We are a stepping stone, to help new artists learn how to meet potential customers, and promote their work in London and surrounding areas.
Upcoming Art Display Fall 2018
TAC is happy to announce that we will be displaying art at Y.O.U Cafe in London! We continue to receive great art and work with amazing youth! Given this new opportunity we can support our local young artists by giving them a space to showcase their works, and make 100% profit. YOU Cafe is supported by the YOU Made It program which employs youth at the Cafe, which helps them gain valuable job experience and gain a wide variety of skills.
Western University and The Arts Collective
We had an amazing opportunity to create art and build connections with Western students this September. Students collectively created positive messages on this canvas, of love acceptance and peace. Western Serves promotes community involvement and support throughout the University and within London. We are so happy to be apart of the Mustang team, and bring the beauty of art and expression together through artist creativity!
Paint Nite at Jacks is a hit!
TAC is excited to say that the Paint Nite Fundraiser at Jacks on March 28 was a huge hit. The place was sold out and everyone channeled their inner artist and had a blast. Thanks to Carl Dalida for not only teaching all the participants how to paint, but making it such a fun evening. And a big thank you to Nolan Darling, Melanie Anger, Nicole Montero, Jacqueline Smith, Joshua Waller and Laura Piper from Fanshawe College for organizing the event.