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Walking our paths with support from one another

One of my favourite things about our workshops is watching students explore, discover, and share experiences together. This group is designed to continue our artistic journeys with the support of one another. It is a space to ask questions, show your amazing results, work through your challenges, share techniques, and achieve your desired outcomes with the help from all of us. As a community we can all help each other grow and thrive as artists.


We would love to see your work and hear your voice. I am always here to answer any questions and will continue to share any follow-up tips I may uncover.


Much love and support.




Holding space for those who teach and those who are looking to be taught. Or those simply needing to gather in unity, be supported and empowered, and be embraced by the sacred space needed in order to facilitate this part of their soul (like so many of us). 

Misiwe has many artists that rent this space for arts and crafts of varying mediums. Both Indigenous and non. People of all colours and beliefs - coming together to help us reclaim our Spirits. 

Keep watch for workshops and events. 

Author of The Resurrection Tower fantasy series.

Eco-Spiritual creations. Natural. Ethical. Earth Conscious. Handcrafted jewelry and adornments, inspired by Nature.

Artist and instructor, Christina Ziegler.  Acrylic artwork, jewellery, custom wall art, custom costumes and clothing, classes. 

Unique handmade wool wraps made by artist, Sara Eleonora.

Montreal-based metalsmith and designer Joanna Szkiela. 

The Art For Aid Project works to support Canadian First Nations, Inuit and Metis art education programs through art supplies, awareness and fundraising efforts in order to connect Indigenous youth to the endangered teachings, traditional techniques and knowledge of the culture through teachers, Elders and community. We seek to accomplish this by ensuring art supplies are in remote schools and communities.

Red Stone Snake Woman

Reconciliation and Healing Specialist, Jenny Sutherland.

The Connor Homes Ontario Residential Treatment Network provides assessment, consultation and therapy services. Aftercare includes ongoing services for youth and foster parents as well as training and therapy sessions for biological parents, caregivers and other community partners.

Professional audio recording and production facility.

Mike Bond is a producer / engineer / mixer / drummer / guitarist / songwriter / teacher, from Ottawa, Canada.

Visual Artist based in Victoria, Canada.

Visual Artist from Ottawa, Canada. Painting and illustration.

Ravenswing Ottawa is a volunteer-run, self-sustaining grassroots collective that supports and promotes arts, music and community in Centretown Ottawa.


Throughout the year, Ravenswing Ottawa hosts events that include celebrations of art, music and community through activities like craft workshops, games and live performances.

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