Celebrating creativity, healthy aging and diversity in the arts in mature adult communities.
Encourage and empower adults 50 and older by providing high quality art and performing arts programs and events in diverse communities
Providing arts opportunities for mature adults for 20+ years thanks to the involvement and support of this amazing community!
The annual Jubilee concert showcases the performance art talents of seniors. It is the result of a program of directing and coaching seniors in the performing arts; singing, instrumental, comedy and dance.
A yearly art experience, where all can connect through the enriching power of art. It will comprise a gallery Tour and Explore virtual exhibit (for now),for artists to display their work. Art Story will have various selected artists speaking to their art and answering questions and Artists in Action will have artists working on a piece of art, painting, sculpting, etc.
"Together We Can"
We invite you to celebrate our artistic achievements as we present special performances and art displays from our students and artists. Purchase some art or make a donation in support of our mission. Most importantly enjoy a fun night with like-minded people.
In 1989, Wayne created the Seniors Jubilee Concert series. Along with the Right
Honourable Pauline McGibbon, he founded the Canadian Organization of
Senior Artists and Performers (COSAP) in 1994. Over 20 years he produced
and directed 93 Jubilee concerts at Roy Thomson Hall and staged 74 regional
‘Jubilations’ concerts throughout Ontario that featured the talents of older
performers. He toured his show, ‘Don Harron and Friends’ to 16 major
theatres in communities across Northern and Southern Ontario and for four
years presented his ‘Stars of Jubilee’ show on the CNE Bandshell. Wayne
has been active in professional theatre for over 50 years. As an actor, he’s
performed leading roles in theatres across the country including the National
Arts Centre, London’s Grand theatre, Huron County Playhouse, Tarragon, and Montreal's Centaur theatre.