Coming up at the Art Centre

Inverness County Centre for the Arts

inFlux Rug Hooking with Yvette Muise Wednesday 5, 12, 19, 26 July, 2017 1-4pm, $170 or $165 for ICCA members
inFlux Family Picnic with Harp Diem Saturday, July 8, 2017 12-2 pm, suggested donation of $10 per family
inFlux pop-up exhibition: Darren Julian July 10-23, 2017
inFlux Ideas: Aboriginal art, culture and tourism with Robert Bernard Tuesday, 11 July, 2017 6-7pm, admission by donation
New/Old Scotland – a collection of films from Nova Scotia and Scotland Thursday, 13 July 2017 7pm, admission by donation
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inFlux Rug Hooking with Yvette Muise
Wednesdays, July 5, 12, 19, 26, 1-4pm
In this four-part workshop, you will learn the fundamentals of rug hooking and hone your skills under the keen tutelage of Yvette Muise, who is well known for her contemporary Cheticamp hooked rugs. No prior experience is required. All materials and use of a hooking frame are included in the price. This workshop is supported by Société Saint-Pierre of Cheticamp.
Workshop fee: $165 ICCA members, $170 non-members

inFlux Family Picnic with Harp Diem
Saturday, July 8 2017, 12-2pm
inFlux Festival invites you to pack your sun hat, picnic and a blanket and join Brenda Cox and Donna Hutchison of Harp Diem on the beautiful grounds of the Inverness County Centre for the Arts. This event will be very relaxed, and families with young children are especially welcome. There will be no formal seating and children are welcome to move around during the performance. The event will take place outside so please come prepared! In case of bad weather, the picnic will take place in doors.
Suggested donation of $10 per family.

inFlux pop-up exhibition: Darren Julian
July 10-23, 2017
Darren Julian is a Mi’kmaw artist from Wagmatcook First Nation. Darren grew up in Paqtnkek First Nation with his siblings and his artistic parents, Sandra Simon (Quill Baskets) and James Julian (Painter). Darren Julian is a self-taught artist who specializes in acrylic paint, with unique styles and inspirations portraying Native art. Influenced by his late father and wife, Darren works creatively in portraying nature and spirituality in his work. His work will be displayed in a pop-up exhibition at Inverness County Centre for the Arts; and Darren will be painting at the Centre on Monday, July 10th.

New/Old Scotland – a collection of films from Nova Scotia and Scotland
Thursday, July 13 7pm
The Atlantic Filmmaker’s Cooperative, in partnership with the Edinburgh International Film Festival, is pleased to present New/Old Scotland—a touring program of short films travelling across Nova Scotia. Come out and join us for some amazing short films made in Nova Scotia, as well as curated selections of films from the Edinburgh International Film Festival. Afterwards join us for a Q&A session with EIFF Programmer Lydia Beilby and Halifax Independent Filmmakers Festival Coordinator Bretten Hannam. Admission by donation

inFlux Ideas: Aboriginal art, culture and tourism
with Robert Bernard
Tuesday, 11 July, 2017 6-7pm
Robert Bernard is the chair of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada, and works with Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre. He will speak as part of the inFlux Ideas series. Admission by donation. Cash bar open.

Exhibition hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11 – 5 pm.
For more information:
Inverness County Centre for the Arts
16080 Highway 19, PO Box 709, Inverness, NS B0E 1N0
902-258- 2533
info@invernessart.com
invernessarts.com
facebook: Inverness County Centre for Arts, Instagram: @i.c.c.a., Twitter @InvernessArts

Hours of operation: Tuesday to Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm.

Admission is free but donations are appreciated.