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Milton Library’s New Art Project Gets Funding Boost

The Milton Public Library (MPL) is getting a financial boost of $25,000 from the Government of Canada through the New Horizons for Seniors Grant program.

In the past two years, MPL received this grant and used it for the ‘Seniors Translation for Newcomers’ project, which just finished earlier this year.

This time around, the money will go toward the ‘Engaging Senior Artists’ project. This project aims to give senior artists in our community chances to express themselves, share their knowledge, and add to the cultural scene of Milton. The project will have workshops, artist talks, sharing events, and public exhibitions where senior artists can display their talents and connect with others.

MPL wants local senior artists to be involved in every part of the project. They are asking the public to apply for the position of Artist in Residence. The Artist in Residence will work closely with senior artists to organize workshops, mentorship sessions, and exhibitions. It’s a great chance for experienced artists to make a difference in our community by working with talented senior artists.

If you’re interested, you can apply online here. Disclaimer: The information presented in this news article has been gathered from local news sources. Please refer to the provided references for verification. Click Here

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