Celebrate diversity and unity with multicultural day ‘flags to heal our planet’

CENTRE WELLINGTON – Culture Days 2023 includes a vibrant and colorful celebration of multiculturalism: “Flags to Heal Our Planet” installations in three locations across Fergus. 

The displays present artistic flags imbued with messages of hope and love for our planet and stand as a beacon of positive change. 

These extraordinary artistic creations are the fruits of collaboration between Indra Dosanjh, a local artist, and numerous other gifted local artists and enthusiasts. 

“These flags represent the desire to move forward in our collective journey towards a harmonious, inclusive, and vibrant future,” Dosanjh notes. 

Her transformative community engagement project is a remarkable amalgamation of art with purpose, inviting individuals from all walks of life to unite for a shared mission: to heal our planet through creativity and collective intention.

This inspiring initiative is a part of Centre Wellington’s 2023 Culture Days and the County of Wellington’s Multicultural Festival taking place at the Wellington County Museum and Archives.

The installations can be viewed at:

– Wellington County Museum and Archives and  Templin Gardens, next to the Fergus Library on Grand River in Fergus, until Oct. 12. 

– Indra Dosanjh’s art studio at 375 St. David St, as part of the Elora Fergus Studio Tour on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 from 10am to 5pm. 

For more details about the Flags to Heal Our Planet installation visit indradosanjh.com.