Mosaic the City Community Unity Society
~ A Community Development Programme ~
City is a funded initiative that requires dedicated support
and commitment. This section will contain information about those
who have sponsored and supported Mosaic the City and/or any
project of it. Recognizing our sponsors and associates is very important
to us, without them we would not be what we are.
If you would
like to become a sponsor or associate, or know someone who would,
please contact Shylene at firstname.lastname@example.org
All together more
then 1000 people have played roles in these projects :) We are happy
to watch this list grow and grow, and see the Community Unity spread
around the GLOBE.
us this summer in Market Sqaure to help build the
the "Artists of Consciousness" mosaic, an environmentally
conscious piece made from recycled materials. Thanks to MS for their
continued support of the Arts in Victoria.
Square held Mosaic the City's first Community Unity project
in their lower courtyard all summer at no cost to the project. They
provided storage and workshop spaces, maintenance help with set
up and take down, they mounted the finished mosaics and paid the
info plaques to accompany them. They were a wonderful partner to
the Mosaic the Market project. Thanks to all the staff in Market
Square who made this project possible. We are excited about having
our first mosaics mounted in the 'heart of old Victoria."
A great big huge thanks
to Tom & his team for all the support they continue to give
to MtC. The Quadra project wouldn't look the same with out your
support. YOU ROCK
Ceramic Tile & Natural Stone
Sales & Installations
family run business sits at the heart of MtC. Giving not only all
the grout we need, but also personal time and support to help make
each MtC project structurally and technically sound. The Stubels
are at the heart of MtC, and it is with much joy we call them Family.
Leonard & Valerie Stubel
Tel: 595-5884 fax: 595-7303
you for your support of the Quadra Village & Cementing Quadra's
Community - a Mosaic project. Great Community Minded folks.
1028 Hilllside Ave
380-4600 for reservations
is the leading force behind Mosaic the City. It started with her
idea to do community mosaic projects around town, and now its this
wonderful community development Initiative.
Under the professional direction of John Azar, Canopy
Management Group has helped Mosaic the City develop their guidebook
and a workflow map for each project. These guidebooks were developed
to help lead organizations plan, prepare and complete their community
unity project. Work Flow Press is a Canopy Management Group company
that produces process management guidebooks that walk users through
all the activities they will encounter on their way to project success.
A huge and very special thanks to John and his unwavering support
of Mosaic the City.
Metamend Search Engine Optimization Experts assisted with
the development, hosting and promotion of the Mosaic the City website.
This group has been an amazing asset to the project. We look forward
to a long relationship with this company.
Rock Solid Foundation provided much needed guidance and support
to Mosaic the City. They lend their name, time, and people to the
projects and have also done a ton of printing for us. Great thank-yous
go to the gang at Rock Solid for all their support of MtC.
Robin donated a collection of his
motivational, personal growth, books to Mosaic the City for us to
share with our leaders.
Robin is the 39
year old author of 7 books and one of the world’s top experts
on leadership, elite performance and personal growth. He is the
CEO of Sharma Leadership International, a premier learning services
firm and one of the superstars of the speaking profession, frequently
sharing the stage with individuals such as Bill Clinton, Jack Welch,
Christopher Reeve, Deepak Chopra and Dr. Phil. A former litigation
lawyer, Robin holds 2 law degrees including a Masters of Law.
Robin is also a leading executive
coach, having worked with billionaires, CEOs and celebrity entrepreneurs.
His books have been embraced by major league sports stars and many
His books have changed many minds
and we hope to encourage personal growth as we move our projects
around the world.
900- is the first media sponsor for Mosaic the City
Village 900 is a non-profit campus/instructional radio
station located at Camosun College in Victoria, British Columbia,
Our mandate is threefold; to provide an alternative radio service
to the people of Victoria, to train roadcast students in co-operation
with the Applied Communication Program at Camosun College, and to
produce and air educational programming for university transfer
Village 900 is operated by the non-profit CKMO Radio Society. Our
music programming is a format called Global Roots, a contemporary
mix of folk, roots and worldbeat music.
Mosaic the City is very proud to have the support of this community
conscious local radio station. Special thanks to Amanda Farrell
for taking action on this partnership :)
Special thanks to Jim Hart
for hunting through the back room for tiles to donate to the project
in Fernwood. These tiles were just the thing we needed and the mosaics
Special thank you to Amanda for her
wonderful donation of two of her prints. One of the photos was given
to an artist on the Fernwood project, while the other went all the
way to Ireland and was given to the project leader. Thanks :)
Formed eleven years ago
this active non-profit group ,out of Victoria, showcases and presents
historic clothing around the community by performing fashion shows,
guest speaking, hostess and other events.
At our second project Central
Middle School's Community Unity Project's Celebration event
in May 2004, the ladies of Heritage Productions
added a great historic flair to our Community day.
We are happy to have this wonderful
group of ladies as part of the Mosaic the City family.
Welcome aboard ladies.
To book Heritage Productions for your next event
please contact: Louise Osselton at 381-4675
For their generous donation of time,
creative ideas and the lovely books about the castle's history.
Thanks to Yvonne Sharp for her special
attention to our project.
Elizabeth Brookman played a designer and artistic role in Central
Middle School's Community Unity Project. Her experience in design
was very helpful and inspirational. Thanks Elizabeth! Check out
more of her work on her website.
Thanks to Reboot for helping Mosaic the
City with their technical needs. Reboot provided perferred pricing
on a new laptop computer and wonderful LCD projector to the project.
With these tools Mosaic the City is more able to share their vision
with the local and global communities.
of Hand Gallery was the stepping-stone for Mosaic the Market.
It is because of their contributions that this project even got
off the ground. They provided materials for the workshops, help
with the advertising, and they generally helped through out the
project. A very special thanks to the whole staff at Out of Hand
730 of the International Asociation of Firefighters, for their support
of Central Middle School's Community Unity project. This donation
was a very important contribution to the forward movement ofthe
was Mosaic the Market's main financial supporter. It
is with much appreciation that we thank this company for lending
their support to our cause. Because of their donation to the project
we are able to move forward with future Mosaic the City projects.
Thanks Ryan and Kim.
Capital Iron 1900 Store Street
63- 560 Johnston Street - Market Square
TV. - www.greenworks.tv
- Market Square
Tea - 1624 Govenment Street Victoria
Swan Lake Mosaics-http://www.salescene.com/swannell.html
Fresco - www.tilanofresco.com
580 Alpha Street- Victoria
· -John Adams- Historian
· -Central Middle School PAC
· -Central Middle School Staff
· -Cook Street Do-it Center
· -Craigdarroch Care Home
· -Craigdarroch Castle
· -Dal Tile
· -Grace Lutheran Church
· -Fernwood News
·- Funky Fiddlers
· -Ray Forsberg - Teacher & First Nations Leader
· -Gordon Friesen - Artist and Parent
·- Hillside Printing
·- Island Parent Magazine - Sue Fast
·- Matt "the comic Canadian" Broitman
·- New VI
·- Pacific Rim Flooring
·- The Q 100.3 FM
·- Nigel Scott
·- School District #61
· -Street Newz
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was supported by:
Tallaght Community Arts Center
ADELAIDE & MEATH HOSPITAL, DUBLIN INCORPORATING
THE NATIONAL CHILREN'S HOSPITAL
South Dublin County Coucil
Evans Art Supplies
Meeting House Lane
Tel: 01 872 6855
Fax: 01 872 6940
The Abberley Court Hotel
Tel: 01 459 6000
Fax: 01 462 1000
89 North Circular Road
Tel: 01 8383544
Fax: 01 8385943
Mosaic Assemblers, Ltd.
38 Upper Sandwich St.
Tel: 353 1 676 53 28
Fax: 353 1 676 18 67
Blubell Business Centre
Old Naas Road
Tel: 01 4506380
Fax: 01 4506484
thank you to everyone else that
to the projects, your support is very appreciated!!