The Woolwich Local Art Program was launched in November 2009, and the inaugural year of the Woolwich Local Art Program was a great success.
To support the goal of showcasing the diversity of talent in the Township, there is no cost to the artist to enter this program, or to display or sell their work
Mayor Todd Cowan is very pleased that the Woolwich Local Art Program is so successful and is being embraced by local artists. He commented that " the work is fantastic and indicative of the talented and innovative people who live and work in Woolwich" and that he "hopes to see more artists support and participate in the Local Art Program."
This program supports art and local artists by providing a free venue for their work, and encourages art appreciation and education through connecting people with the wide variety of art created in the Township.
How to Apply for the Woolwich Local Art Program
Each Artist Submission Package must contain:
- Completed application form. Click here for the Application Form.
- 8 - 10 good quality colour photos digital files that are representative of current 2D work (do not send slides).
- Work may include but is not limited to: hangable fabric art / textiles, quilts, photographs, prints, paintings, drawings, etching, and collages.
- Work containing images and/or content unsuited to the Township Administration Building cannot be accepted, and we cannot accept 3D work at this time (e.g. sculpture, pottery).
For more information about applying to the Woolwich Local Art Program please contact Laurel Davies Snyder, Economic Development & Tourism Officer.