Culture, Arts & Entertainment
King Lear (156 minutes)...
This workshop is for all adults who have an interest in the creative process. Through creativity exercises and activities such as memoir, creative writing, storytelling and visualization, they will learn practical techniques...
Get up close and personal with sculptures and cultural items from the Museum of Inuit Art's educational collection. Learn how artists create sculptures and prints. Make your own piece of art to take home with you!
Presented by AJC Association for Japanese Culture, this hands-on workshop provides participants with an opportunity to write Japanese characters on Japanese paper with SUMI ink, as well as a chance to try out the kimono, a Ja...
Learn how newspapers and images were created in the 19th century. Print your own souvenir.
Write, draw, and make your very own comics with artist Rebecca Roher. Over four sessions, you will learn tips and tricks for how to make comics, read and discuss graphic novels, and create comics stories based on your life an...
Mon May 02
Mon May 09
Mon May 16
Mon May 30
Vinyl is back, and this event will unpack the vinyl boom for music lovers. Award winning producer and record spinner DJ Agile and guests will breakdown the basics of vinyl appreciation, listening and collecting, with music ga...
What was Shakespeare?s world like? Author, actor, swordsman Chris Humphreys wondered exactly that so he created Shakespeare 1600 to learn how the playwright observed the late Elizabethan world. In pantaloons and ruff?and blad...
In Shakespeare's day, gender-bending was the norm with men playing women's roles. But what about the converse? Kaitlyn Riordan of Shakespeare in the Ruff and Joshua Stodart, Alehouse Theatre and James Wallis of Shakespeare BA...