VEUVE CLICQUOT RE-CREATION AWARDS – MAILBOX EDITION – submit your unique creation by Nov. 15th

The House of Veuve Clicquot is pleased to introduce the Re-Creation Awards- a global design competition that invites student designers all over the world to re-imagine Veuve Clicquot’s venerable ‘Mailbox’ packaging. The Re-Creation Awards launched October 1, 2014 with all submissions being due by November 15, 2014. The inaugural competition, which spans 10 host countries including Canada, will name two finalists from each nation to compete in the final round. The first winner will be determined by an online public vote between November 15 and December 15, 2014. The second winner from a Canadian judging panel including: Stephane De Meurville, General Manager of Moet Henessy Canada; Shaun Levy, President of the Design Exchange, Canada’s Design Museum; Diane Chan, Managing Editor, AZURE Magazine; John Tong, Founder and Principal Deisgner, +tongtong inc. In addition to moving on to the final round, finalists will receive a trip to Veuve Clicquot’s Hotel du Marc,… Read More

VAM invites artists to attend ART IN THE PARK 2014

Visual Arts Mississauga (VAM) invites artists and artisans to participate in ART IN THE PARK 2014. This unique art fair allows artists the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in the historic splendour of the Riverwood conservation area. This event is free to the public and will include musicians and select food vendors throughout the day. Exhibitor space is available in the Art Centre, MacEwan Historic Barn, and on the front lawn. Last year we exhibited over 50 artists, and received over 1500 visitors. To apply to participate please visit to download the fillable pdf application, or email us at The deadline to apply is Friday August 1st. Artist will be notified of acceptance by August 8th. VAM is a not-for-profit art centre located in the Riverwood Conservancy and home to year-round art classes for all ages, as well as gallery exhibitions and artisan shows. Originally located at the Springbank… Read More