Swoon at NovelTea presents: Blooms and Vistas by Andrea Pottyondy

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Just in time for Mothers Day, Swoon at NovelTea presents: Blooms and Vistas by Andrea Pottyondy

Stop by throughout May, to enjoy Andrea’s beautiful work! While there, savour a hot beverage, a tasty treat and pick up a good read!

Stay tuned for a special evening with the artist: a night to meet Andrea, and hear about her work. Keep an eye out for the separate event details.

Show continues until the end of May.

Show opens May 7th, 10am
NovelTea Bookstore Cafe
622 Prince Street, Truro, Nova Scotia B2N 1G4
(902) 895-8329
noveltea@eastlink.ca
www.swoonfineart.com

This weekend at the art centre

The Inverness County Centre for the Arts has a great weekend coming up with something for everyone.
Children’s Art Workshops:
Saturday April 23 for ages 12 and up  from 11 to 2pm
Sunday April 24 for ages 11 and under from 11 to 1pm
Each workshop is  $3 and includes supplies. It’s the perfect time to make a Mother’s Day card!

Shakespeare, anyone?
Come to the art centre and meet with Edmund MacLean  on Saturday April 23 from 2 -4 to  brainstorm an exciting workshop and performance for July. No theatre experience necessary – everyone is welcome.  It’s free and refreshments will be served.

Gaelic Stories (with English translations)
Sunday, April 24 2 – 4 pm
Come out for a good cup of tea and listen to local Gaelic speakers, young and old, share stories & songs.
Free admission.
Tea served/cash bar
Closing celebration of the Gaels in Nova Scotia exhibit
All welcome

Coming up :
An intensive silkscreen course with Brooklyn Stewart: Starting May 1, 8, 15 and 22:   4 Sunday sessions 11 – 3 pm . $100 non-members.  $80 for art centre members.

The Inverness County Centre for the Arts, 16080 Highway 19 in Inverness, NS
902-258-2533 or visit our website invernessarts.com for more information.

The international NONESUCH ART ON PAPER AWARDS, submission deadline is April 30

 submission deadline is April 30

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Main & Station is very pleased to announce The international NONESUCH ART ON PAPER AWARDS.
These awards are open to all artists.
The awards consist of cash and residencies valued at $ 20,940.00:
·         The Nonesuch Best Work Award
·         L’Usine de Papier Award
·         The Main & Station Award
·         The Griffintown Award
·         The Wellington Church Award
Key dates:
·         Entries accepted between 21 December, 2015 and 30 April, 2016
·         Notification of finalists: 5 July, 2016
·         Award winners announced 3 September, 2016
·         Finalist exhibition in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia: 20 August  – 10 September, 2016
·         Finalist exhibition in Montreal, Quebec: 23 September  – 7 October, 2016
For additional details on the awards and information about how to apply, please go to the website …http://hmsnonesuch.com/nonesuch-art-on-paper-awards/ 
The NONESUCH ART ON PAPER AWARDS were created and funded by artists and supporters of the arts.  Main & Station Nonesuch Kickshaws is a privately funded endeavour based in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia and Montreal, Canada that promotes the arts and humanities
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 Main & Station Nonesuch Kickshaws
168 Main Street
Parrsboro, Nova Scotia

 

Colour Exploration with artist Carolyn Vienneau

Colour Exploration with artist Carolyn Vienneau
When: Sunday April 25, 2016
Where: Strokes of Colour Art Studio
Time: 10:00 am-: 3:30 pm
8 Irving Street, Pictou, NS

Phone 902-485-5005
Email: artsylady@gmail.com
Learn to mix and play using different triads creating different moods. This workshop will free you up to mix the colours you like best and will heighten your colour mixing thus making you a better colourist. In this workshop you can use either acrylic or oil.

Lark Productions seeking Canadian Artists to Cast in a new CBC series

Lark is now casting Canadian artists for a groundbreaking CBC series that celebrates art in all its forms. They are looking for artists from a wide variety of media.

Lark Productions is searching for creative, confident, energetic artists looking to showcase their skills and talent on national TV. Lark is now casting Canadian artists for a groundbreaking CBC series that celebrates art in all its forms.

They are looking for artists from a wide variety of media. From painters, sculptors and mixed media artists, to tattoo, pinata, graffiti, carving, clothing, and jewellery design, street chalk art, animators, toy or doll artisans. All creative media are accepted.

Lark Productions wants to hear from you if : – You want an opportunity to showcase your talent on a televised, national stage – You have basic art skills – You are enthusiastic to take on an art challenge outside your specialized medium – You are comfortable on camera and have an outgoing personality – You aren’t afraid to get a little competitive. Casting is currently open so apply today by sending your name, photo, bio, contact info and 2-3 samples of your artistic work to casting@larkproductions.ca Please include links to any relevant pages or media articles.