In celebration of Hamilton’s music scene, local artists have been invited to design music-themed displays for the Anne Foster Windows. The Anne Foster Windows are located in the historic Lister Building, 28 James Street North, in the same storefront where the Anne Foster Music shop operated from 1942 to 1995.
Call For Artists
The City of Hamilton invites Hamilton artists to propose installations for the Anne Foster Windows Program that celebrate Hamilton's music scene. Each window installation will be displayed for approximately 3 months and a $1,000 honorarium is paid to the selected artist. Interested artists are encouraged to contact staff if they would like to propose a window display. The City of Hamilton’s Tourism and Culture Division coordinates this pilot program as part of their ongoing support of Hamilton’s creative industries.
“Music to the Bone!” Audiotorium Orchestra
by Dave Gould
Are they musical instruments or sound sculptures? What's the difference? The homemade instruments in this window are examples of the bone section in Dave Gould's Audiotorium Orchestra.
POPSTARRS: A Retrospective [2011-NOW] (PDF, 88 KB)
by Stylo Starr
[Untitled] (PDF, 210 KB)
by Ariel Bader-Shamai
Go for the Byrne (PDF, 316 KB)
by Jeff Butters
My Roots are Showing Too (PDF, 332 KB)
by Jude Johnson
An Ode to Anne Foster (PDF, 173 KB)
by Whitney McMeekin
Try Not to Believe (PDF, 105 KB)
by Denise Higginson
Cultural Projects Specialist, Creative Industries and Cultural Development
Tourism and Culture Division, City of Hamilton
Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 7505
E-mail: [email protected]
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