Creative Individuals, Organizations and Businesses Input Submission Form

There is no cost to participate. To participate, please complete the form on our survey page:

The Lawrence House Centre for the Arts (LHCA) is collecting information on creative individuals, organizations and businesses in Sarnia, Lambton County and the three First Nations in conjunction with the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership (SLEP). We are hoping to reach the broadest possible audience of creative individuals, businesses, clubs, associations, and guilds in all of the creative arts including visual, musical, design, writing, film and movies and anything creative we haven’t thought of!  This includes practitioners, instructors and venues who provide a physical space to sell or exhibit creative work. 

The information collected will be promoted in a new searchable online system that includes visuals and mapping tools.  This will increase awareness and showcase the creative individuals and industries across the Sarnia-Lambton area, and can serve as an additional means for artists and creative individuals or businesses to contact each other and to promote their products and services. The information will also be used to determine training needs and where best to hold future workshops to benefit growth in marketing and business opportunities.

Now at The Lawrence House

Opening First Friday January 3, 6:00pm-9:00pm “The Floyd Gibson, Mayor Awards” juried Exhibition. The awards for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be announced at 7:00pm by City/County Councillor Margaret Bird.

The winners of this year’s Floyd Gibson Memorial/Mayor Awards Show are 1st Place “Without You” Photo by Erin Percival, 2nd Place “Life Drawing #3 Lady Basque by Laura Manzano Arias and 3rd place “Great Blue “by Cathy Earle

Upcoming at the House

Open Stage

Open Stage hosted by Gregger Botting, the second and third Monday of the month, January 13 and January 20.
The doors open at 6:30

New -Knit Snack Chat with The Lawrence House Knitters

Volunteer Opportunities

The Lawrence House is an all volunteer run Community Art Centre. We are always looking for Volunteers interested in meeting new people and participating in our vibrant local art scene. We need volunteers to run our gift shop, to help curate shows and to support our concert series. We run special Art Shows throughout the year end other special events. Please contact us directly and leave a message for the volunteer co-ordinator to learn more and visit our page on Facebook to see some of the activities we are involved in.

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