Art Classes brochure 2017 is now available. Click here to download it!
Building on the tradition, begun last winter, of an exhibition of Art by the High School students of Georgina, here is the next in the series! The title of the exhibition will be decided, the projects completed, the art ready to hang on the wall or placed on the pedestals, by January 21… (hey, come on, these are high school students…) and so, for the moment, reserve the date, show up at 1pm on January 22 (2017, by the way), and be prepared to be astounded, astonished, and aphonicised (should that be written with a ‘z’?) by the talent, the nagajiiwin, and yes, the begabung of the Youth of Georgina.
See you there.
P.S. If you are wondering what nagajiiwin means, come to Kelsey Trivett’s Ojibwe classes! Fascinating and fun, the series starts up in the New Year. Watch this space for details.
Loving is at the Gem! This film, which received a standing ovation at its première at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, is the next in the series Reel Gems. Thursday January 26 @ 7pm.
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The next in the series Arts Café takes a fascinating look at the life and time of one of the greatest artists of all time: Signor Buonarroti Simoni.
Reserve the date! Sunday February 5, at 2pm. Art, music, intrigue, scandal…and snacks. See you there!!
Performance! brings you two of the most renowned musicians in Canada: baritone Brett Polegato and pianist Robert Kortgaard, in a show featuring some of the best-loved songs from the shows. Sunday March 12 @2pm. Tickets $25.
OJIBWE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE with Kelsey Trivett
Kelsey has postponed this class to early spring 2017. Sorry! I’m sure you will agree that it was really fascinating. Kelsey has a great nagajiiwin for this. What better way to start the growing season than by learning one of the languages that is spoken all around us! See you there.
It will be advertised here as soon as a new start date is fixed.