View the beautiful creations of Niska Artisans at the Re-imagine Social Work Art Show, City of Kitchener Berlin Tower, 200 King St, Kitchener.
Wilfrid Laurier University’s Faculty of Social Work, The City of Kitchener, and The Working Centre are collaborating to host this art show. The purpose of the exhibit is to imagine ways social work can have a positive presence and influence in Kitchener’s downtown core; to connect with the Kitchener public through works of art; and to encourage community involvement by engaging in discussions about the contributions social work can make in strengthening the social fabric of Kitchener.
Show opens on March 4 from 4-6 pm and runs until March 30. Niska is a MCC (Mennonite Central Committee) supported enterprise for indigenous artisans on a fixed income. Items available for purchase at the show and through MCC Ontario. More info available at mcco.ca/events.