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225 East Beaver Creek Road, Ground Floor, Richmond Hill, ON L4B 3P4
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The 2017 Richmond Hill Cultural Summit took place on March 30, 2017 at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts.
The evening featured an update on key 2016 Cultural Plan initiatives, performances by local artists and the premiere of Celebrated Stories: Cultural Icons film project featuring interviews with Farley Mowat, R.H. Thomson and Elvis Stojko. The night also featured Spotlight Richmond Hill, Celebrating Local Success Stories. Attendees heard from three Richmond Hill-based artists, Andrea End, Sean Cisterna and Jessica Tse, whose projects have enhanced cultural activity in Richmond Hill.
View photos of the 2017 event.
2016 Cultural Summit
|The 2016 Richmond Hill Cultural Summit took place on March 29, 2016 at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts. The Cultural Summit featured an update on key 2015 Cultural Plan initiative, the Summit Visual Art Gallery, performances by local artists and a showcase of Richmond Hill-based cultural organizations. The evening also featured the premiere of the Celebrated Stories: Digital Storytelling Project. Watch the videos about their stories.|
2015 Cultural Summit
|The 2015 Richmond Hill Cultural Summit took place on March 24, 2015 at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts. The Cultural Summit was a celebration of the past year's Cultural Plan initiatives. The night also premiered a special Celebrated Stories initiative called Cultural Icons; featuring interviews with three of Richmond Hill's Cultural Icons.|
2014 Cultural Summit
|Our first annual Richmond Hill Cultural Summit took place on March 26, 2014. We celebrated the previous years' cultural programs, festivals and events and all creative industries in Richmond Hill.
The Summit also launched a number of new projects, such as the Richmond Hill Culture Map and the short film series Richmond Hill: Past, Present and Future, a Celebrated Stories Project.