Im·print – A Group Show opens at The Chase Gallery Oct.3-29

Im·print – A Group Show

-to fix indelibly or permanently (as on the memory)
-to subject to or induce by imprinting
-an indelible distinguishing effect or influence

The Chase Gallery, Nova Scotia Archives
Opening Reception, October 3rd from 3:00-5:00pm
Show continues until October 29th

Participating Artists:
Steven Rhude
Kathy Seaboyer
Anthony Clementi
Megan Connors
Marcel Kerkhoff
Maria Doering
Laura Kenney
Louise Pentz
Lisa Cochrane
Peter Kinsella
Shauna MacLeod
Teresa Bergen
Brandt Eisner
Cynthia Henry
Andrew Quon
Curtis Botham

https://www.facebook.com/events/1583360945148358/

“I Am What I Am” is an exciting group art show coming to the Chase Exhibition Gallery in July 2020

“I Am What I Am” is an exciting group art show coming to the Chase Exhibition Gallery in July 2020.

Based on constructs of identity, participating artists will feature work that asks us to probe ideas surrounding who we are, how we are perceived, and why does it all matter?

Join us for an opening reception July 8th from 6:00pm-7:30pm
Show continues until July 30th

Participating Artists:
Lee Cripps
Brandt Eisner
Margarita Fainshtein
Séamus Gallagher
Arjun Lal
Shauna MacLeod
Regina Marzlin
Lucas Morneau
Carol Morrison
James Neish
Andrew Quon
Jack Ross
Alan Syliboy
Miya Turnbull
Alana Wilson

https://www.facebook.com/events/1072320043127072/

 

Learn From The Best ~ Be Inspired ~ 2020 Course Calendar

COURSES 2020

Please click on the course title for all the details. You’ll be directed to the Parrsboro Creative website where you can read all about it and complete your registration.

FRIDAY TO MONDAY, MAY 15-18, 2020 SOLD OUT

PAINTING FROM THE INSIDE OUT – WAYNE BOUCHER

SATURDAY TO SUNDAY, JULY 11-12, 2020

WOOD CARVING – JENNIFER MARLOW

SATURDAY TO SUNDAY, JULY 25-26, 2020 SOLD OUT

DRAWING IN PREPARATION – TOM FORRESTALL

SATURDAY TO MONDAY, AUGUST 1-3, 2020

EXPLORING CLAY IN THE NATURAL WORLD – JANET DOBLE

SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 2020

WATERCOLOUR PAINTING – JOY LAKING

FRIDAY TO MONDAY, AUGUST 14-17, 2020

THE COLOURS, RHYTHM & SPIRIT OF THE BAY OF FUNDY – MARC GRANDBOIS

SATURDAY TO SUNDAY, AUGUST 22-23, 2020

DEMYSTIFYING ENCAUSTIC – LYNN ROTIN

FRIDAY TO SUNDAY, AUGUST 28-30, 2020

THE ART OF ENGLISH WILLOW BASKETRY – PAT REID

SATURDAY TO MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12-14, 2020

FIGURE PAINTING FROM LIFE – WILLIAM ROGERS

SATURDAY TO SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3-4, 2020

THE ART OF MASK MAKING – JIM MORROW

 

REGISTERING FOR COURSES

Pre-registration and payment is required to ensure you have a spot.

  • If for any reason the course has to be cancelled, all fees will be reimbursed.
  • If for any reason you wish to cancel prior to two weeks before the commencement of the course, the full fee minus a 10% service fee will be refunded.
  • There will be no refund if you cancel within two weeks of the commencement of the course.

For more information go to www.parrsborocreative.com

www.facebook/artlabparrsboro

Update #2 from Lunenburg School of the Arts

Update #2 from Lunenburg School of the Arts

Dear Friends, further to our message of March 12, 2020, we wish to advise the following cancellations and postponements due to the outbreak of COVID-19 virus:

  1. The Nova Scotia Association of Architects, South Shore Chapter, has decided to postpone their lecture series for the months of March, April, May, and June. Hence, the lecture scheduled for this Thursday, March 19, will not take place. We expect the postponed lectures to be rescheduled for the Fall of 2020.

  2. Musique Royale has cancelled a number of its future events including the ‘Cookie Concert’ which was scheduled for our School on Saturday April 4, 2020. We will be closely monitoring this public health situation as it evolve. We hope that Musique Royale is able to present a Cookie Concert in May. We will advise you one way or the other as soon as possible.

  3. If you are currently registered for one of our Winter courses we will contact you directly tomorrow regarding the status of each.


The Honourable Wilfred P. Moore, Q.C., LL.D.,
Volunteer Chair


Our mailing address is:
Lunenburg School of the Arts
6 Prince St. PO Box 610
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia B0J 2C0

https://www.facebook.com/LunenburgSchoolOfTheArts/

www.lunenburgarts.org
learn@lunenburgarts.org

Revised: Teichert Gallery/Halifax Art Map presents Art Off the Map

Halifax Art Map: Art Off the Map

1723 Hollis St, Halifax NS
902-424-3087
www.teichertgallery.ca

Online only display: March 17th to March 28th

Effective March 16, 2020, Teichert Gallery will be closing its physical location until further notice due to recent public health announcements surrounding COVID-19. The Halifax Art Map Exhibit: Art Off the Map will be available for viewing and purchasing online from Tuesday, March 17 to Saturday, March 28. Our online gallery (teichertgallery.ca) remains open.

About Teichert Gallery

Teichert Gallery is Atlantic Canadas largest non-profit art sales and rental gallery supporting more than 200 local artists. With a small team of staff and volunteers, Teichert offers over 1,000 works for sale or rent annually in the Gallery and online. For over 40 years, the Gallery has donated all profits to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia to buy art for the permanent collection. teichertgallery.ca

For more information please contact:

Christy Chan

Art Gallery Assistant

902 424 3087

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1723 Hollis Street, Halifax (at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia)

 

Forms and Function works by Tom Alway and Peter Blais

UPDATE: Astor Theatre Closed Astor Theatre in Liverpool will be closed until March 31.

“The Astor Theatre Town Hall Arts and Cultural Centre
is pleased to present the third fine art show of the season
(Forms & Function) featuring works by Tom Alway and Peter Blais owners of The Maritime Painted Saltbox Fine Art Gallery.”


The Astor Theatre Town Hall Arts and Cultural Centre is formally the Liverpool Town Hall,a registered National Historic Site of Canada located in Liverpool NS.
Under the umbrella of the Astor Theatre, the goal of the Centre is to create a vibrant, inclusive hub for the arts in the heart of downtown Liverpool.”