The Sea Change program wrapped up Thursday night, with a hugely successful art and music showcase at 1313 Hollis Street. Sea Change at The Spot is a free art & music program for aspiring artists under 35 and is a partnership between the Nova Scotia Sea School and Connections Halifax, with funding from Gambling Awareness Nova Scotia and the Halifax Community Health Board. The program took place weekly from April through June, and the showcase featured original songs, art and poetry from program participants. The next module of Sea Change will be offered in the fall.
Connections Halifax helps people discover and realize their path to self-sufficiency. Our offerings are designed to reconnect people, living with mental illness, to the community.
Nova Scotia Sea School provides hands-on adventure experiences that are inspired by the ocean, building life skills, confidence, environmental stewardship, teamwork and respect.