Culture, Arts & Entertainment
Explore one of Canada's national treasures with a docent from the Museum of Inuit Art, the only museum in Southern Canada exclusively dedicated to collecting, researching and exhibiting art made by Inuit....
Local Historian Joanne Doucette will present her research and photos about the local impact of the outbreak of World War I. Join us on Remembrance Day as we mark the 100th Anniversary of the start of the Great War.
Anyone who has ever visited a war museum will understand the remarkable task artists were set when sent into the trenches with nothing more than their paints, canvasses and easels. Art done by these sensitive individuals will...
Join the participants of the "Swallowing Clouds" arts library program in a live performance. This event will display and celebrate the performance and creativity skills gained by students in a condensed four-week period....
Art historian Suzanne Tevlin considers the innovative work of the great artist during the impressionist period: Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Call 416-394-5270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
The Impressionists opened the floodgates of artistic innovation and experimentation and art hasn't been the same since. Art historian Suzanne Tevlin will discuss Claude Monet?s remarkable water lily paintings.
Join us for a free travel talk on South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana. Learn about deltas, deserts and Victoria Falls. This region of Africa is the wildlife and nature seekers paradise. Talk presented by an Adventure Travel C...
Artist, art historian and writer Suzanne Tevlin will discuss the remarkable variety of work that was created during the war years. We will consider works of art by Matisse, Picasso, Kandinsky, Nolde, Kollwitz, Stanley Spencer...