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Intro to Buddhism

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Seniors Active Living Centre

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Confederation Centre Art Gallery

Marlene Creates: Places, Paths, Pauses on view to September 30; Shame and Prejudice: A Story of Resilience, A project by Kent Monkman to September 15; On view are: Missing PEI; Motion, a visual anthology of work by 11 Quebec artists, organized and circulated by Galerie de I’UQAM and curated by La Fabrique d’exposition, and a collection of Montreal curators (Julie Belisle, Louise Dery and Audrey Genois); Luminous curated by Kevin Rice; Eric Edson’s Other Stories curated by Pan Wendt, organized by the Confederation Centre Gallery and Owens Art Gallery, Mount Allison University. Daily 9 am–5 pm; to 8 pm on Thursdays in July and August. Confederation Centre, 145 Richmond St, Charlottetown. 902-628-6142,

Cornwall Library Art Gallery

Jason Johnston’s exhibit of traditional pencil portraits, Funny Faces II, on view to August 3. Opening is August 7 at 7 pm for Carolyn Hessinger’s watercolour exhibit, Alliterative Art: Flowers, Farms and Other Favorite Subjects in the Key of “F.” Her show runs to September 14. Contact the Library for information on displaying in the gallery. Tuesday 1–8:30 pm, Wednesday 1–5:30 pm, 6:00–8:30 pm, Thursday–Saturday 9:30 am–12:30 pm, 1–5:30 pm. Cornwall Town Hall, off TCH, Cornwall. 902-629-8415

Details Fine Art Gallery

Three Crows by Richard VickersonNew works by Richard Vickerson are on display to July 16. Gallery: Ron Arvidson, P. John Burden, Holly Caldwell, Canoe Cove Glass, Kevin Cook, Grace Curtis, Katharine Dagg, Wendell Dennis, David Garcia Jimenez, Jamie Germaine, Elaine Harrison, Jessica Hutchinson Pottery, Island Stoneware, Sandi Komst, Heather M. Larter, Wendy Manning, Monica Macdonald, Heather Millar, Connie O’Brien, PEI Smoke Fired Pottery, Pottery by the Sea, Dr. Paul A. Price, Arlene Rice, Susana Rutherford, Ben F. Stahl, Richard Vickerson. Maritime artists: Bronwyn Arundel Pottery, Mark Brennan, Kate Brown Georgallis, Gale Colpitts-Abbey, Doretta Groenendyk, Michael Khoury, Kiln Art Glass, Peter Kinsella, Mary Jane Lundy, Shelley Mitchell, Susan Paterson, Susan Robertson Pottery, Gail Rhyno, Bill Rogers, Kath & Robert Rutherford, Anna Syperek. National/international: Ayala Bar Jewelry, John Bowdren, Anne Marie Chagnon Jewelry, Four Seasons Jewelry, Hanson & Kastles Glass, Robert Held Glass, Victoria Kovaleva, Rebecca Krupke, Eleanor Lowden, Carol Malcolm, Colin Page, Faye Rogers, Jean-Claude Roy, Dianna Shyne, Soapstone Carvings, Arte Vargas Glass, Holly Yashi Jewelry. Designer jewelry, art, glass, pottery. Daily 10 am to 6 pm. 166 Richmond St, Charlottetown. 902-892-2233

The Dunes Studio Gallery

Work by PEI and Maritime artists; fine Canadian craft from over 50 artisans—fine woodworking, gold and silver jewelry, textiles, stained and blown glass, candles, baskets, preserves, soaps, books, etc. Visit Peter Jansons and Joel Mills in the pottery studio to see works in progress and demo. Gallery: Barrett/MacKay, Maurice Bernard, Audrey Bunt, Mary Carr-Chaisson, Susan Christensen, Ashley Anne Clark, Tom Connor, Joan Creamer, Katharine Dagg, Wendell Dennis, Tony Diodati, Ray Doiron, Lesley Dubey, Terry Dunton-Stevenson, June Ellis, Nan Ferrier, Warren Foulkes, Arno Freitag, Lise Genova, Mel Giddings, Lisa-Beth Glassmaan, Heather Hannon, Kim Jabbour, Betty Jenkins, Lynda Kelly, Sandi Komst, Sandy Kowalik, Eric Labor, Helene LaRouche, Eve Llyndorah, Monica Macdonald, Karl MacKeeman, Wendy Manning, Ellen Martin, Glen Milner, Robert Milner, Louise Mould, Connie O’Brien, Nancy Perkins, Julia Purcell, Warren Christopher Reeson, Heather Reid, Cheryl Richards, Sylvia Ridgway, Dagny Rossignol, Joan Savage, Linda Shaw-Packard, Alison Storey, Adam Sultan, Gail Sutherland, John Sylvester, Kris Taylor, Joy Van Der Vliet, Lorraine Vatcher, Richard Vickerson, Donna White and Damien Worth. Daily 9–6 pm. 3622 Brackley Point Rd, Rte 15, Brackley Beach. 902-672-2586

Ellen’s Creek Gallery

Side by Each 2, work by Betty Jenkins, Mary Ploughman Jones, Margaret Muzika, Linda Shaw Packard and Mary Roscoe Murphy Robertson runs to August 1. Works by Henry Purdy C.M., RCA, Sylvia Ridgway, Maurice Bernard, Lindsay Walker, Pam Ling, Marie McMahon-Young, Lionel Stevensen, P. John Burden, John Cox, David Garcia Jimenez, Daphne Irving RCA, Ambika Gail Rutherford, Greg Garand, Jim Steadman, Louise Mould, Scott O'Neal, Ray Doiron, Julia Purcell, Karl McKeeman, Kim Jabbour, Betty Jenkins, Linda Shaw Packard, Adam Sultan, Kim Naumann, Terry Dunton Stevensen, Anne MacKay and Wayne Barrett. Monday–Friday 9 am–5 pm, Saturday 9 am–4 pm year round. 525 North River Rd, Charlottetown. 902-368-3494

Eptek Art & Culture Centre

Behind the Panels: Selected Works by Various Island Comic Book Creators will be on display to October 5. PEI has a strong presence in the comic book arts world, with a surprising number of Islanders creating in this medium and working in this field. Behind the Panels will “draw” attention to several of these artists. Featured artists are Jeff Alward, Jess Anne, Sandy Carruthers, Brenda Hickey, Tyler Landry, Troy Little, Ramón Sierra, and Jenni Zelin. The on-site gift shop carries only PEI art and craft, and books on local themes. Don’t miss the permanent exhibition on the history and architecture of Summerside. Eptek is a site of the PEI Museum and Heritage Found. July and August hours are Monday–Saturday from 9 am–to 5 pm and Sunday from 12–5 pm. FB EptekCentre; 130 Heather Moyse Dr, Summerside. 902-888-8373

Gallery @ The Guild

In partnership with The Guild, this town is small presents a series of curated exhibitions featuring work of professional PEI comtemporary artists. The first of these is Waver the Waters/What’s the Difference?, a joint exhibition of interactive video installation by Somnia Lucent and installation/drawings by Sandi Hartling, on view to July 9. Gerald Beaulieu presents an exhibition of sculpture entitled Superheroes, on view from July 11 until August. Tuesday–Saturday 12–5 pm. Queen & Richmond, Charlottetown. 902-620-3333

Galerie La Palette

Traditional and contemporary paintings, prints, photography and sculptures from local artists. Open to September 2 daily 11 am–4:30 pm. In the yellow building, Acadian Musical Village. En vedette, des peintures traditionnelles et contemporaines, des reproductions, des photographies et des sculptures d’artistes locaux. Ouvert 1er juillet–2 septembre. Dans le bâtiment jaune, Village musical acadien. 1745, Rte 124, Abram-Village, Î.-P.-É. 902-854-3300

Holman’s Ice Cream Parlour

Enjoy homemade ice cream and visit the gallery. View work by new and seasoned artists. To show art email Eddy, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Open 12–9 pm. 286 Fitzroy St, Summerside. 902-436-8144

The Kensington Art Gallery

An eclectic blend of local artwork displayed in an historic freight shed, often with an artist at work on site. Co-op members artists for 2018 are: Debbie Bryanton, Gloria Birch, June Ellis, Sheila Forsyth, Sandy Gallant, Lise Genova, Juanita Glenn, Alice Guergis, Helene Larouche, Shirley MacLeod, Cheryl Maclin, Flora Martin, Karin Melser, Joan Savage, Alison Storey and Donna Sutton. Space available for new members and renters. Contact Debbie Bryanton (902-432-0335, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Donna Sutton (902-886-2395, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). Open daily 10 am–4 pm to September. 27 Broadway St North, Kensington

PEI Crafts Council Gallery

Gallery of the PEI Crafts Council. Juried work by Island artists, artisans. 98 Water St, Charlottetown. 902-892-5152

Sealand Studio

Contemporary art, indigo products, fine art, photography, porcelain, hand painted silk scarves, jewellery, customized pillows and a assortment of made items from artisans from PEI, Cuba, China and France. 150 Kent St, Charlottetown. 902-388-8192

The Studio Gallery

Open for the 2018 season with new work from all featured artists. Large selection of fine art by Maurice Bernard, Sylvia Ridgway, P. John Burden, Henry Dunsmore, Karen Gallant and Doreen Foster. 2 Howard Street, Victoria. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., 902-658-2733

the small town Market Gallery

On view to August 11, David Earl Wiggadore is a lively series of drawings by Melissa Dennis—abstract illustrations. Charlottetown Farmers’ Market, 100 Belvedere Ave, Charlottetown.

this town is small at Receiver

Receiver Coffee Co and this town is small present new work from Ashley Anne Clark entitled Natural Phenomenon to July 28. These mixed media drawings explore volcanic eruptions and lightning storms. The purpose of this work is to find beauty within destructive cycles and relate to them. 128 Richmond St, Charlottetown. 902-367-3436

Watermark Theatre Gallery

Photography by the late Lionel Stevensen on view through the summer season. North Rustico. 902-963-3963

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