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Steam Whistle Unsigned

The Artists’ Health Alliance would like to thank the following bands from the Steam Whistle Brewing’s UNSIGNED concert series. 100% of the ticket sales from each of these shows have helped support our programs and services.

Since 2007, Steam Whistle UNSIGNED has generously donated a total of $48,845.20!

It’s because of incredible partners, like this, that we are able to continue offering the Christine Ardagh Education & Outreach Program and the Joysanne Sidimus Fund.

Bocce The Balconies
The Bicycles Bizzarh
Brendan Philip Brendan Philip
The Carps Cola of OBGMs
Dilly Dally Dinosaur Bones
Dudebox Everything All The Time
Firefox The Framework
Grand Analog Gravity Wave
Green Go Hexes and Ohs
Hooded Fang Joseph of Mercury
Katie Stelmanis Kidstreet
Lioness Little Foot Long Foot
Machetes Major Maker
Make Your Exit Marlon James
The Ministry of the Environment Modernboys Moderngirls
Most People Notes to Self
OPOPO Parallels
Prince Innocence Run With the Kittens
The Rural Alberta Advantage Shortwave
The Sunparlour Players Tasha the Amazon
The Two Minute Miracles The United Steel Workers of Montreal
These Electric Lives We Are The Take
Whale Toot

“I have absolutely no doubt; I have the opportunity to live daily the way that movement, music, living fully in every part of your being, enhances quality of life.”

- Mavis Staines – Artistic Director, CEO of Canada’s National Ballet School

Upcoming Workshops

Body/Mind/Spirit

May 18, 2017

This innovative 7 session psychotherapeutic program integrates restorative yoga, self-compassion skills, and mind-body medicine to cultivate resilience in artists and cultural workers. Each week you will participate in: developing a restorative yoga practice (no yoga experience or supplies ...

Maintaining Creativity 2: REinvention

April 26, 2017

Following our sold out inaugural conference in 2016, the Artists’ Health Alliance and the Canadian Senior Artist Resource Network (CSARN) are thrilled to present Maintaining Creativity 2: REinvention, on April 26, 2017 at the Bram & Bluma Appel Salon, Toronto Reference Library. The theme of ...