How to Play Your World Contest winner!

PS Guelph, ArtsEverywhere.ca, and the Canadian Music Centre are excited to announce the winner of the How To Play Your World Contest! After tallying all of the scores, the first place prize goes to the The Da Vinci Program based at the Arboretum in Guelph! As the winners they will receive an exclusive workshop with author, educator, and musician Richard Marsella for their students, and $3000 to be used towards their educational programming! Their composition titled “Sounding Out the Schoolyard”, which was created by Grade 11 students, can be seen here:
https://artseverywhere.ca/artseverywhere/play-your-world-finals/

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Curtis Walker is an educator, musician, and arts administrator based out of Guelph, Ontario. He holds a Master’s degree in Cultural Theory, where he focused his writing on experimental music. He also spent years as a member of the programming and organizing team for the Send + Receive Festival of Sound in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
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