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Alzheimer caregiver support

Alzheimer caregiver support groups are held in 3 locations across PEI. All are welcome to attend. T [ ... ]

Seniors Active Living Centre

Events continue at the Seniors Active Living Centre, Bell Aliant Centre, UPEI, Charlottetown: Novem [ ... ]

Best in Class

Best in Class
Berni Wood wins for Commerical Industrial Photography

Charlottetown professional photographer, Berni Wood, MPA, won the Best in Class Award for Commercial Industrial Photography at the 2017 National Image Salon Competition recently in Ottawa. The Awards were held during the International Photography Conference hosted by the Professional Photographers of Canada.

The winning entry “Laying the Power

Robert Milner at The Carriage House

Gallery 18 in New London welcomes PEI artist Robert Milner this summer to The Carriage House. 

Robert has organized a major display of new work, including original paintings in all mediums, prints, cards and more. Robert also has plans to conduct painting demonstrations on site. 

An official opening for Robert's new home in The Carriage House will be held on June 18 (Father's Day)

Patricia Moore’s PEI art at OH CANADA

Patricia Moore’s PEI art at OH CANADA

Artist Patricia Moore’s newest works, exploring the Prince Edward Island landscape and the connection between land and sea, are part of the OH CANADA summer exhibition honoring the country’s 150th anniversary which opens June 16 and runs until July 16 at the Gallery on the Bay in Hamilton, ON.

Currently living in Burlington, ON. Moore spends several months of the year in PEI where she maintains a

Twenty artists

Twenty artists
Wyatt House and Lefurgey Centre celebratre 150 years

This year Canada is not alone in celebrating the 150 years milestone. Two of Summerside’s historic buildings, the Lefurgey Cultural Centre, and the Wyatt House have graced the city’s streetscape for that period of time. Both were built as private homes back in 1867, but with the passage of time took on new roles as public buildings. In the

Thérèse D’Amour art

Thérèse D’Amour art
A Passion for Nature at Gallery 18 in New London

Gallery 18 in New London has announced its headline exhibition and sale for the 2017 season. The show is titled, Thérèse D’Amour—A Passion for Nature, and features more than 40 original works from the artist’s estate.

Thérèse was born in 1921, in Matapedia, Quebec. She studied Bioengineering earning both a B.Sc. and a Masters degree. However, from

Skills in hosting

Skills in hosting
Donnalee Downe embodies her art

Donnalee Downe of Charlottetown wants to use the grant that she received from the 2017 PEI Grants to Artists program to create work that explores the preparations involved when hosting in domestic spaces.

She says that she has become increasingly interested in works which involve elements of performance, and how movement becomes embodied in the practice of art. An

RE: collection

RE: collection
Five decades of building a Canadian art collection 

The Confederation Centre Art Gallery will transform this month with one of the Gallery’s largest art exhibitions, RE: collection

Taking over the entire 1,000 square meters of gallery space as well as the concourse cases and the public sculptures around the Centre, the exhibition explores the building of a Canadian art collection in

PEI Photo Club Annual Print Show

PEI Photo Club Annual Print Show

The grand opening and awards ceremony for the PEI Photo Club Annual Print Show is on June 7 at 7 pm at the Gallery@The Guild, Charlottetown.

There will be 120 images by fifteen different photographers on display this year in the following categories: Breaking the (Photographic) Rules; Human Emotion; Colour: Black White and Red; Technology; Photo Journalism; Macro; Nature; and Photographer's

Gretzky is Everywhere

Gretzky is Everywhere
Image by Andy Warhol at Confederation Centre Gallery

Andy Warhol and Wayne Gretzky—while not naturally congruous icons to utter in the same breath, both are considered pop culture giants of the 20th century who are forever linked by a famous print, Wayne Gretzky #99.

In 1983, the Canadian hockey prodigy visited Warhol’s New York studio to sit for a portrait arranged by Frans Wynans, an associate

Art at Bridgefest

There will be art at Bridgefest this year. From June 16–18, there will be an exhibition of Island art at IslandscapesEtc, 178 Borden Ave, Borden–Carlton. There will be demos by several artists of oil paintings, mixed media, acrylics, watercolour and tangle doodling. There will be also be a "Try– it–yourself" booth, flagging–dance demos (by video), giveaways, and art for children. Open 1–7:30 pm. 902-729-2022

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Acadian showman

Profile: Christian Gallant by Jane Ledwell Forty-six musicians and step dancers took the stage at  [ ... ]

October is Learning Disabilities Awarene...

This October, the Learning Disabilities Association of PEI (LDAPEI) will be marking Learning Disabil [ ... ]

Young Company headed to National Child W...

The TD Confederation Centre Young Company is hitting the road again. After a busy 2017 season that s [ ... ]