Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council highlights firm involvement in local arts community
Stewart McKelvey recently received the 2015 Patron of the Arts award from the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council, and as part of the ceremony to present this recognition, the firm’s support of various artistic activities was featured in a short video.
Produced by CBC, this video celebrates our commitment to the arts community in the province, with such organizations as Lady Cove Women’s Choir, Newman Sound Men’s Choir and the Tuckamore Festival.
Partner Bruce Grant, QC, accepted this award and said a few words on behalf of Stewart McKelvey (beginning at 38 minutes, 20 seconds):
Videos republished with permission from the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council.
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