50 Years of Conservation Art Exhibit

Tuesday, May 9, 2023

Essex Region – Calling all artists! The Essex Region Conservation Authority will celebrate 50 years of conservation with an open house on July 16 at the John R. Park Homestead Conservation Area. As part of this celebration, an art exhibit highlighting local conservation areas and initiatives will be hosted. Artists are encouraged to submit their artwork for juried consideration as part of this exhibit. 

50 Years of Conservation – Through the Artist’s Eye will be on exhibit from the July 16 celebration through the end of August. Participation is open to all artists, with preference provided to local artists in the Windsor-Essex Pelee Island region. 

“We know conservation areas and projects have been captured by many talented artists over the past five decades,” says Danielle Breault Stuebing, ERCA’s Director of Communications. “This anniversary celebration provides a perfect opportunity to showcase these stunning paintings and illustrations that highlight the natural beauty in our region.” 

To learn more about how to submit art for consideration, visit https://essexregionconservation.ca/artexhibit . 

The Essex Region Conservation Authority is a public sector organization established by the Province of Ontario and governed by local municipalities. For 50 years, it has delivered programs and services that further the conservation, restoration, development and management of natural resources in watersheds in Ontario. 

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