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Culture for Kids in the Arts Presents "I Have a Right"

Blog/NewsMay 31st 2017
Rachel Connell

Culture for Kids in the Arts is a phenomenal organization here in Hamilton partnering to provide thousands of students free arts programs in the city with an aim to create inclusive and compassionate spaces for every walk of life. If you missed our interview with founder and executive director Vitek Wincza, you can listen to the full version below!

They are having a launch event in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday for a program called “I Have a Right” which is empowering children to speak out about their rights as kids! It’s happening June 1st, which is International Children’s Day, at the Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts in the Recital Hall. From 10am-11am Kinderfest will be performing and then the launch reception starts promptly at 11am with refreshments and appetizers. There will be presentations to follow. Connect with them on their website to RSVP.

There are many partners involved in creating this awesome project, including the founding partner Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts.

Community Partners include: Today’s Family, YMCA of Hamilton/Burlington/Brantford, Boys & Girls Club Hamilton, Wesley Urban Ministries, Hamilton Wentworth District School Board, Hamilton Best Start Network, Factory Media Centre.

Corporate Partners: ArcelorMittal Dofasco Hamilton, Turkstra Lumber, The Hamilton Spectator, CHML