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The Abirdabode Exhibition at Gallery Oldham

On 14th March, Richard Dawson (Arbarus) and myself launched the Abirdabode Exhibition at Gallery Oldham.  The exhibition celebrates eight months of hard work by various groups across Oldham to create art bird boxes* and showcases these bird boxes alongside the Art Bird Flock, which was created at public drop-in sessions over the last year.   536 more words

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Art Jam Part Two

So while at Art Jam there was an Art Auction to raise money for SLCArts. Many Artists donated wonderful pieces for this cause. There was a variety of works of art along with music lesson gift certificates to choose from. 537 more words

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Art Jam Part One

Earlier this month, John and I attended Art Jam, which is an annual membership celebration of the St. Lawrence County Arts Council. The evening was filled with musical performances and meeting new people. 365 more words

Community Arts

Lenox Peeps Show Diorama Contest Presents Creative History Learning Opportunity

Let Your Puns Run Wild!

Peep through a history book or two in order to get ready for what might be the punniest contest of the year – the Lenox Peeps Show Diorama Contest calls for entrants to create dioramas featuring Peeps of any species as miniature mannequins in important moments in history. 286 more words

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Aboriginal Healing Arts

Paper Crane Community Arts Centre received funding to afford Ranch youth the opportunity to meet Elder and former NHL player Fred Sasakamoose.

Fred became the NHL’s first Canadian Aboriginal hockey player when he played for the Chicago Black Hawks in 1953-54. 441 more words

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Flowers for Kazuo Ohno (and Leonard Cohen)

Is artistic excellence really incompatible with social purpose? It’s an argument I’ve heard throughout my working life but it has never seemed coherent—unless art is defined in such malnourished terms as to be all but lifeless. 467 more words

Memory

Staging Our Histories' Venue & a First Glimpse at our Poster!

Our co-directors are pleased to announce that the very first Staging Our Histories will take place at the National Arts Centre‘s Fourth Stage, 53 Elgin St, Ottawa at 7:30pm.   45 more words

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