An Ontario Trillium Foundation grant has allowed an Ottawa arts group to better promote the arts in the capital.
Thanks to a $25,500 grant, Arts Ottawa East launched a new interactive website at the Cyrville Community Centre Tuesday.
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"In supporting AOE in this project, OTF is in fact supporting hundreds of local artists," said AOE executive director Christine Tremblay.
A not-for-profit community arts council dedicated to promoting, supporting and developing the practice and appreciation of the arts, Arts Ottawa East helps both organizations and individuals.
"The arts community in Orleans continues to flourish, thanks in large part to the dedicated volunteers at Arts Ottawa East," said Ottawa-Orleans MPP Phil McNeely.
The site goes live tomorrow at artsoe.ca.