Coming up at the arts centre!

Coming up at the Arts Centre:

Tonight! Thursday, July 13, 20177pm
New/Old Scotland – a collection of films from Nova Scotia and Scotland
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. Cash bar open.

Saturday, July 15, 2017, 1 – 3 pm
inFlux: Beginners Knitting with Cecilia Jacobs
Explore the traditional craft of knitting in this two hour knitting workshop with Cecilia Jacobs (a.k.a. The Ginger Sheep).
$25 ICCA members, $30 non-members
Please bring medium weight yarn (wool or acrylic) and size 5.5mm/US9 needles. Cecilia can provide needles and materials for an additional cost of $15, but this must be booked ahead.
To find out more about this workshop, click the link below to visit the ICCA website:
https://invernessarts.com/events/influx-beginners-knitting-with-cecilia-jacobs-of-the-ginger-sheep/

Saturday, July 15, 2017
Concert: Blues in the Night
Doors open 8:30 pm, Show starts at 9:30 pm
Blues in the Night will feature performances by well-known local musicians Brian Doyle, Scott MacMillan, Michael Murdock, Neil MacQuarrie, and Dougie Johnson in a blues bar atmosphere courtesy of the vision and creative talent of the concert’s director, Edmund MacLean. Expect surprise guest musicians. There will be a cash bar with various wines, beer, and spirits available.
Event is 19+. Tickets: $20
For more information, visit our website:
https://invernessarts.com/events/blues-in-the-night-4/

Sunday, July 16, 2017, 6 – 8 pm
Opening Reception: Tiny Houses
The Inverness County Centre for the Arts invites you to join us at the opening reception of Tiny Houses, an exhibit curated by Ellen Adler. Tareq Had, who is contributing chocolates in the shape of tiny houses to the exhibit, will be giving a talk at the opening. The subject of his talk will be his experience living with his family for three years in a “tiny house” in a Jordanian refugee camp.
To celebrate the launch of Tiny Houses, Breton Brewing will be serving their custom-created Tiny House Pale Ale available at the cash bar along with our regular offerings.
Visit our website to find out more about this event:
https://invernessarts.com/events/opening-reception-tiny-houses/

Tuesday, July 18, 2017, 6 – 7 pm
inFlux Ideas – Making an Earth Oven with Robin Hill
Robin Hill is an artist whose work focuses on the intersection between drawing, photography, and sculpture. Her large scale installations capture wayward moments of beauty while extending the life of the sculptural components she uses to generate photographic images in cyanotype. She teaches sculpture and drawing at UC Davis.
In her talk, Robin will share her process of making an outdoor earth oven at her summer home on the Banks of Broad Cove.
Admission by donation. Cash bar open.

Contact us for more information!

16080 Highway 19, Inverness
902-258-2533
info@invernessarts.com
www.invernessarts.com
Hours TuesdaySunday 11am-5pm