Ice House Gallery Tali Ktantutes Mimajuaqan // How do I live here? Opening reception Saturday March 6

Ice House Gallery

Tali Ktantutes Mimajuaqan // How do I live here?

Opening reception Saturday March 6, 1:00-2:30pm

Show runs from March 6 until March 28.

As we conceived this exhibit, we wondered and asked important questions: how do we have conversations around the land we act upon? How do we perform in this space while acknowledging the place we inhabit and it’s history? How does colonial thought and actions interrupt our experiences of our space? And how do we authentically acknowledge the complications and nuances of inhabiting the space we do? Ultimately, we asked, “How do we live here?”

And this exhibit has no suspicion or assumption of answers. Instead of searching for the right answers, we want to explore the right questions. That is, the questions that create discourse and conversation. Those questions that create intersections between seemingly opposed forces, understanding between different perspectives, and acknowledgements of who we are and what we can become.

More information is to come on our exhibit. We look forward to you joining us in kindness and conversation.

Featuring the work of Jacquie Potvin Boucher, Alan Syliboy, Melissa Peter-Paul, Ben Sickles, Megan Kyak-Monteith, Nancy E Oakley, Cheryl Simon, Dave Skyrie, Kayla Sark and Ed Benham.

Image – Alan Syliboy


The Ice House Gallery is located in the main entrance to the Grace Jollymore Joyce Art Centre and is an exhibition space for visual art.

31 Creamery Road, Tatamagouche, NS

March Watercolor Workshop – A Mauzy Day ~3 spaces open

Virtual Interactive Escapade Workshops


with French Escapade and Evelyn Dunphy

“Paint Live from your home with Evelyn and fellow artists”

Painting Color and Light in Fog

March 17, 18, 19th

10am-1pm PST

1:00 pm- 4:00 pm EDT

2:00pm – 5:00 Atlantic ST

Three sessions 3 hours each

with follow up with Evelyn as wished

A Mauzy Day

3 spaces open in this workshop

For more information, please visit:

Evelyn Dunphy Studio

596 Fosters Point Road

West Bath, ME 04530

“See Those Who Fan Your Flame”…rumi

The DART GALLERY ~ Call to Artists ~MONOCHROME One of our favourite annual shows!

Website link is here: and details are below.

One of our favourite annual shows!

For this show, artists are invited to submit work of any variety consisting of a monochromatic palette. Black & white and grayscale works may be given preference, but works of any monochromatic palette are welcome.

Show opens March 19 – Submissions due March 14

TO APPLY: please copy and paste the following and email .jpgs of your completed work to
jane (at)

****Please only send one image of each piece submitted and keep the total submission under 5MB****
Email address:
Website/social media links:
Title of artwork:
Suggested price:
Special display/installation requirements if necessary:
Statement about the submitted piece:

Jane MacDougald

Owner, Director

The Dart Gallery

902.483.7657 | @DartGalleryNS

Brushstrokes of Nova Scotia 8th Online Art Show and Sale

Please join us for our 8th Online Art Show and Sale on Facebook from Thursday, March 11 to Sunday, March 14 to see a selection of artwork by Adriane Jacquard Art, Chocolate Lake Studio, Green Monster Brushstrokes, On The Flip Side Artworks and Furnishings by Liz Cole, RRoth Art along with our guest artists A Different View by Erin Hodge and Bieren Artworks.

Please RSVP to the Facebook Event: Brushstrokes of Nova Scotia 8th Online Art Show and Sale at

Argyle Fine Art : March 14 Felt Workshop and March 21 Free Virtual Concert

Argyle Fine Art
1559 Barrington Street
Halifax, NS
B3J 1Z7

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