Jane & Jury Presents

Creative Meetups & Workshops in Paris, Ontario

That’s right, we said Ontario
Saturday September 23, 2017 / Doors 7pm, Talks 7:30pm / Glenhyrst Art Gallery, Brantford, ON

Next event: #19 Crit Night with Glenhyrst Art Gallery feat. Toronto sculptor, Ruth Abernethy

Crit Night with Glenhyrst Art Gallery

Join us for the autumn installation of Paris Lectures, a free co-hosted event with Glenhyrst Art Gallery. Ruth Abernethy, a talented Toronto sculptor, will share her work, and the brave makers among us will share their work with professional artists for a rare and important opportunity to receive invaluable feedback. Whether you plan to sit back and listen or to participate, capacity at the gallery is limited so reserve your spot on Eventbrite soon. Stay tuned on our Facebook event for the chance to sign up for a 1:1 critique and to hear about our additional guests artists as they are announced.

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Downtown Paris, Ontario

Small town, Big inspiration

At a time when the gap between urban and rural seems vast, we aim to connect through creativity. Our setting may be in a small-town, but the impact our speakers have had on the world is deep and lasting. We host quarterly meet-ups throughout the year centred around art, design and technology, and skill-based workshops during the winter. Speakers with local ties share their stories – What inspires and what challenges them? What are their aspirations? We hope you’ll join us to find out.

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Featured Speakers

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Speaker #10: Megan Ogilvie

Fascinating career of a Toronto Star journalist

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Your creative neighbours.

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“If there's anything that I've learned in the whatever years I've been photographing, it's that the journey is always more compelling with other people with you.”

Paul Smith, Photographer
Paris Lectures speaker #2

It's the People

We couldn’t host this event series without you. We wouldn’t want to. From our speakers to volunteers and attendees, we work hard to ensure everyone has a good experience.

Uniquely crafted

High-quality, entertaining content gathered especially for the evening’s theme.

Curated speakers

We look for diverse speakers with stories and backgrounds that inspire the best in us.

Creative warm-up

Our tradition of "stoking" at each event is a rite of passage. If the speaker can do it, so can you.

Authentic and welcoming

We encourage our speakers to share easily relatable triumphs, failures & personal stories.