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Dance Star Academy Registration

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LGBTQ Youth Drop-in

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Calling All Young PEI Filmmakers

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‘Rockin’ with the Stars’ Talent Search

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Seniors College Registration

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Photo Op at Gov’t House

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Shellfish Festival Volunteer Session

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Vernon River Community School

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Sunflowers for Callum's Classroom

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Free Singing Lessons with Island A Cappella

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A Course in Miracles

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Bennett Fall Birding Classic

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Bluefield Christmas Craft Fair

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August 2014
Indigenous Artist Residency
Contemporary Canadian artist collaborates with Island First Nations youth

Art in the Open partners with Mi’Kmaq Confederacy to offer Indigenous Artist Residency as part of their fourth annual outdoor art festival. Art in the Open will be facilitating several artist residencies in the lead-up to their main event on August 23.

One of the artists selected is Indigenous artist Jordan Bennett who will

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August 2014
Funding for The Guild
Fisheries and Oceans Minister Gail Shea, on behalf of the Honourable Rob Moore, Minister of State (ACOA), and PEI Fisheries, Aquaculture and Rural Development Minister Ron MacKinley recently announced federal and provincial funding for ARS LONGA Inc., the operating body of the arts and cultural centre known as The Guild.The Government of Canada, through ACOA’s Business Development Program, contributed $

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August 2014
A new gallery in town
A new gallery in town
ART 146 opens to represent a new generation of artists

A new art gallery, called ART 146, has opened in the underground space on Victoria Row in Charlottetown most recently inhabited by the GGGallery (and the former home of The Buzz) at 146 Richmond Street.

Owner of this new gallery is Vincent Ramirez who comes to PEI from his native Puerto Rico. Vincent worked for ten years as an art dealer at the

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August 2014
Art Warrior
Art Warrior
PEI’s Art Battle winner Jeff Kelly heads to Toronto to compete

The series of Art Battles held this spring at the PEI Brewing Company has yielded a champion, Charlottetown’s Jeff Kelly. As a result of his win, Jeff will travel to Toronto to represent PEI in the Canadian Art Battle event. [The event is scheduled for July 26 so by the time you read this, the results will be known.]

Jeff says that he

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August 2014
Artisans on Main
Artisans on Main
New gallery and boutique opens on Water Street in Montague

The Artisans on Main project in Montague has expanded and the Gallery and Boutique are in one building on Water street. With two floors to fill there are now more than forty artisans whose work is on display.

Because the shop is staffed by the artisans, on most days you will find someone painting, spinning, knitting, beading, drawing, sewing,

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August 2014
Texturality
Texturality
Mixed-media by Ray Doiron

As a mixed-media artist, Ray Doiron has created a body of works that challenge the viewer to discover the richness of pattern, colour, texture and form. His artwork emerges from an exploration of a wide variety of materials, applied to various surfaces. The works are linked by recurring abstractions, textures and forms. Doiron works with beeswax in an encaustic process that

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August 2014
Erica Rutherford Endowment Fund

The family of Erica Rutherford has initiated a new endowment fund at Confederation Centre of the Arts. Prince Edward Islanders Gail and Susana Rutherford approached the Centre to start a bursary scholarship for artists with a balance of donations raised during auctions after Erica’s passing in 2008.

Erica Rutherford was a well-known Island artist. Her undertakings included being a painter, print-maker,

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August 2014
Old Church Blessed with Christian Art Studio

Landscapes Etc., established 1993 in Charlottetown is headed up by Morag W. Gainer who has now relocated her business to the old church in Borden-Carleton.

Morag (previously Weatherston), a graduate of Edinburgh College of Art, has been an art teacher in Maritime schools, a farmer’s market vendor, an art supplier to fifty or so seasonal clients, and a commissioned artist of house portraits and government l

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July 2014
Brackley Beach Gallery Invites Dr. David Stewart as Guest Artist
Brackley Beach Gallery Invites Dr. David Stewart as Guest Artist

Dr. David Stewart will be the guest artist at Brackley Beach Gallery this summer. Life long resident of Charlottetown, Stewart has been drawing and painting from an early age. His main interest is landscape painting and his works in the gallery represent a variety of media including watercolor, acrylic and oils as well as woodblock and monotype prints. Over the past two years David has had the opportunity

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July 2014
Arts & Culture Awards
Arts & Culture Awards
Charlottetown’s first arts and culture awards ceremony

The first Charlottetown Arts and Culture Awards honoured three individuals and three organizations for outstanding contributions to the community at a ceremony held at the Haviland Club on June 13 hosted by the City of Charlottetown.

The awards were created to honour Charlottetown’s artistic and cultural leaders—individuals, businesses and organizations—who sig

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