Downtown Brampton BIA & Beaux Arts Brampton showcase local art on main streets
June 29, 2021 – Brampton ON…The Downtown Brampton BIA & Beaux Arts Brampton have been working on a local art intervention to dress up some of the downtown vacant windows on Queen Street. The beautiful and inspiring artwork showcased is from Beaux Arts Brampton’s Everything Beaux Exhibit, curated by Regan Hayward, which was a virtual spring exhibit capturing the challenges mankind has faced this past year, as well as the hope, resilience and spirit of inspiration.
Over 16 artists have been showcased in this window art collective on downtown Brampton main streets. Bhairavi Jathar, Bipin Kumar, Carol Hughes, Cheryl-Ann Hills, Christa Zimmer, Farhee Chundrigar, Frank Myers, Helen Duplassie, Judith Livingston, Laura Beaton, Lynda Flanagan, MaryLou Hurley, Monica Burnside, Monique Campbell, Pat Tadier, Susie Cattedra.
“The Downtown Brampton BIA is very pleased partner with Beaux Arts Brampton and are extremley happy to see some of these vacant windows come to life with vibrant and beautiful art to sooth the soul,” says Suzy Godefroy, Executive Director Downtown Brampton BIA.
“Beaux Arts Brampton is excited to facilitated this project that supports visual artists and our downtown community beatification efforts” adds Regan Haywards, Executive Director of Beaux Arts.
“The Beaux-tiful thing about this show is that it helps us re-envision the beauty in the world around us by sharing it with one another, as we await the chance to share that same beauty in-person again” says Tyler Andrews, Beaux Arts Gallery Committee Co-Chair.
Be sure to talk a walk through Brampton’s downtown core to enjoy this inspiring artwork!
Downtown Brampton BIA
The Downtown Brampton BIA promotes the commercial area as a vibrant business and shopping district. Through the use of promotional activities such as special events, advertising, and beautification programs, we aim to keep the area foremost in the public’s mind as an attractive, pleasant place to shop, to be entertained, to work, and to live. The BIA strives to make the quality of life for our Downtown businesses and services better. The organization is a not-for-profit association where the property owners, and commercial tenants who pay a portion of the property tax, pay a special levy that funds the organization. These funds constitute the organization’s budget and allow the Board and their sub committees to execute programs and events with great volunteer support of the membership on behalf of all of the members within our boundaries.
Beaux Arts Brampton
Beaux Arts is a volunteer driven, artist run gallery that serves as a premier exhibition space for emerging to established visual & multi-media artists and photographers.
Suzy Godefroy, Executive Director, Downtown Brampton BIA email@example.com
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