October 7-31, 2011
Terry Osborne WOOD, FIRE & CLAY
Terry has been a teacher of ceramics and has shown her work locally and internationally at the International Ceramic Symposium Jingdezhen, China
Marla Panko DETOURS & HYBRIDS
Marla’s primary media are acrylic and collage. In trying to uncover the relationship between various visual elements, a composition is constructed to form a cohesive space. Images, shapes and colours evolve, fade and reappear, gaining and losing their significance. Their meaning and relevance to each other shift in context.
For further information click Carnegie.pdf
10 King St. W Dundas ON L9H 1T7
For more information contact
Barbara Patterson 905 627-4265
Admission to the gallery is always free
Studio Babette Puppet Theatre
Studio Babbette Puppet Theatre will be producing several shows throughout the GTA, from October, through to February. The list of shows includes:
- Young Sophia: the Dundurn Castle Diary – October 16
- Carlos and His 5 Reasons (2yrs and younger FREE) – October 23 & 30
- Little Red Riding Hood & The Three Little Pigs – November 20
For details, please go to www.studiobabette.ca/calendar.html
TIME AND THE CONWAYS by J.B. Priestley
t’s 1919, and the Conways, a prosperous Yorkshire family, are having a party to celebrate Kay’s twenty first birthday.
Kay hopes to be a novelist. Hazel, the beauty, anticipates a romantic marriage. Madge wants to reform the world and marry the dashing young family lawyer. Carol, the baby of the family, spreads good cheer while Robin, back from war, is certain to have a good career. Alan is content to be an armchair philosopher. Their mother has high hopes for them all. But all will not turn out as planned.
WHERE: The Garstin Centre for the Arts
37 Market Street, Dundas
WHEN: Friday Oct. 21 @ 8pm
**Saturday Oct. 22 @ 8pm
Thursday, Oct. 27 @ 8pm
Friday Oct. 28 @ 8pm
Saturday Oct. 29 @ 8pm
Thursday Nov. 3 @ 8pm
Friday Nov. 4 @ 8pm
Saturday Nov. 5 @ 8:00p.m.
** Dundas Little Theatre is offering a special meal and show package for our Saturday, Oct. 22, 2011 show. Buy early and secure a spot at the Winchester Arms Restaurant. Just add $25 to our already low price of $18 a ticket. Simply arrive at The Winchester Arms Restaurant at 6:00 pm, and you’ll enjoy a salad, entrée (one of three choices), dessert & coffee (call for more information or to make a reservation).
(with $13.00 Students/Seniors (65+) discounts for Thursday performances only).
CONTACT: 905-627-5266 or visit www.dundaslittletheatre.com
Sunday, November 6, 7:30 pm.
The following writers will read from their most recently published books: Norma Charles (Run Marco, Run), Stan Rogal (Bloodline), Alexander Oliver (Where the English Housewife Shines), and Cornelia Hoogland (Woods Wolf Girl).
As part of the same evening, the winners of the 2011 gritLIT poetry and fiction competition will receive their awards. The winners are Jamie Dopp (Short Story) and Elana Wolff (Poetry). LiT LiVe is held at Homegrown Hamilton, Sky Dragon Centre, 27 King William Street, Hamilton. No admission charge.
For information, see litlive.blogspot.com/
Music at St. Luke’s
The Great Fall Hymn Sing in St. Luke’s Church 1371 Elgin Street Burlington. On, Sunday November 6th at 3:00 pm the choirs of West Plains & Wellington Square United Churches together with St. Luke’s Anglican Church present an afternoon of hymns & anthems entitled “Many Voices: One Hope”. Audience participation is welcome with the opportunity to request your favourite hymn for all to sing. Every one is welcome. Tickets are $8.00 for seniors & students & $10.00 General Admission, children 12 and under have free admission. Tickets are available from choir members or by calling 905-632-2918..
A reception follows in the parish hall.
On Saturday November 12th at 7:30 pm in the parish hall 1382 Ontario Street Burlington, Music at St. Luke’s presents a Remembrance Day concert sung by the Canadian Orpheus Male Voice Choir. Tickets are $20.00 each at the door or can be reserved by calling 905- 632-2918 or email email@example.com
18th Century Exhibition draws Major works
and National Treasures to McMaster
In one of its most ambitious projects to date, the McMaster Museum of Art has gathered significant works of art from collections across North America and devoted its entire facility to one single exhibition theme. The project titled, Rising to the Occasion: The Long 18th Century comprises five distinct exhibitions and 75 works exploring 18th century art and its ongoing influence.
The five related exhibitions and their specific dates are as follows:
Rising to the Occasion: the Long 18th Century
September 3 – November 5, 2011
Jinny Yu and Don Andrus: Cadenza
September 3 – November 5, 2011
A Glimpse of China in the 18th century
Guest Curated by Dr. Angela Sheng: August 23, 2011 – January 7, 2012
The ‘Floating’ Urbanities of Utamaro and Hogarth: Pictures for Women?
Guest Curated by Dr. Mark A. Cheetham: August 23, 2011 – January 7, 2012
First Contact? Artists of the Cook Voyages
August 26, 2011 – January 7, 2012
For further information please visit the McMaster Museum of Art’s website at www.mcmaster.ca/museum
Art in the Workplace 6th Exhibit
Come and view the artwork displayed in the corridors of McMaster Innovation Park, click on their names and read their bio.