Classes & Workshops

Cultural Arts Night

Cultural Arts Night

About Cultural Arts Night

Join Mohawk Family Services and Melissa Brant of She's High On Vibes for Cultural Arts Night! This is open to youth between the ages of 10 and 16 and will run Tuesdays from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. from March 5 to May 30!

Event Timing: Tuesdays 4:30-5:30 MARCH, APRIL, MAY.
Event Address: Sports Complex Canteen 1935 York Rd.
Contact us at: 613-967-0122 or

Melissa Brant, Owner of "She's High on Vibes" will be teaching our youth about culture, while exploring relevant artistic abilities and teachings.
Here is a brief introduction from Melissa Brant
"Asan Indigenous woman and devoted mother, I infuse my multi-disciplinary artistry with the rich tapestry of my heritage and life experiences. My creative journey has been illuminated in the pages of esteemed publications such as The Umbrella Magazine and Spark Magazine gracing both interiors and covers alike. My vibrant murals adorn various spaces from the captivating Pops Ups at Zwicks Park to the offices of MP Ryan Williams in Belleville. Noteworthy installations also embellish the walls of Harry J Clarke Public School and soon St.Theresa's High School and Sir James Whitney. Additionally, I've contributed to the cultural landscape by painting the sidewalks of the Macaulay Church museum in Picton and showcasing my works at the Bellevue House in Kingston. Specializing in face and body painting, I embody the essence of an intuitive artist, channeling inspiration directly from the heart and the energy of the people I paint for and with. Perspective is not only pivotal in my artwork but also in my philosophy towards life, where creativity, community, culture, and connection intersect. Everywhere I tread, and in everything I craft, I weave the vibrant energy of gratitude, fostering a world where art transcends boundaries and fosters unity. As an artist, having my recent work featured on the packaging of Kebaonish, a new local Indigenous-led company, is a profound honor. It's a collaboration that celebrates Indigenous culture, identity, and entrepreneurship, amplifying the voices and visions of our community. Furthermore, I'm deeply committed to supporting our cultural heritage, as evidenced by my ongoing efforts to raise funds for the TTO, the local language and cultural center through my artwork over the last few years. Through art, I strive to not only create beauty but also foster connection, preservation, and empowerment within our community."

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