Three Recipients for the 2015 Corel Endowment for the Arts Award

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Projects in video, sculpture and dance received recognition at this year’s Corel Endowment for the Arts Awards

Joanne Guillemette, Committee Chair of Awards had the distinct pleasure to present awards to three recipients.  Presentations took place at the Ottawa Arts Council’s AGM.  All recipients gave a short explanation of their projects and we look forward to seeing the results in the coming year.

The following amounts were awarded:

Manon Labrosse$1,000 in support of the production of a high resolution video and sound recordings of a swamp by Manon Labrosse, to be used as part of an installation work.








Christine Mockett

$500 in support of a permanent fibre sculpture by Christine Mockett titled "Walkway", to be installed at the Somerset West Community Health Centre.







Jocelyn Todd

$500 in support of choreographer/dancer Jocelyn Todd, for the organization and Artistic Direction of a Dark Horse Dance Project to take place on July 30 and 31, 2015 at the Glebe Community Centre's Scotton Hall.