This week at the Gallery – June 10 – 16

Beaverbrook Art GalleryJune 7, 20190 Comments

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Curator Crunch : Designed to comfortably fit in your lunch break, these short presentations on artistic treasures are open to everyone. See what these artworks say, and how they connect us with the world – how’s that for “food for thought”?

June 12: 12:15- 12:50 pm, When Andy Warhol met Wayne Gretzky

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Thursday night art class: Thursday, 7:00- 9:00 pm. All skill levels are welcome, ages 16+. Cost is free for members, $15 per session for non-members; materials are included. Please register by calling 458-2028. 

June 13: Nikita Smith will lead participants in creative explorations of the Canadian wilderness with inspiration from the art on display. Participants will experiment with different materials, moods, and colors in hopes of cultivating their interest in a subject that has inspired Canadian artists for generations. June instructor: Nikita Smith

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Art for Tots: Fridays from 10:00- 10:45 am - Children ages 2-5 and their parents participate in fun art games, hands-on activities, and storytelling. Cost is free for members, $10 per session for non-members; materials are included. Please register by calling 458-2028. 

June 14: Suncatcher collage

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60th Anniversary art workshop, Trudy Gallagher: Wampum Bracelet

June 15: 1:00- 4:00 pm. Registration required. In celebration of the Gallery’s diamond anniversary, the Beaverbrook presents a special series of artist-led workshops. Participants will create a bracelet made of synthetic wampum shell, leather and sinew, and will learn about the connections between storytelling and wampum as a currency and gift on the east coast.

To register: Contact the front desk at emailbag@beaverbrookartgallery.org or by calling (506) 458-2028. $40 non-members, $30 members.

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pARTage: This free program brings artists and guests together in French-language conversations about art and creativity. Presentations may include everything from lectures and readings to musical and dance performances, and more!

June 16: Roberte Melanson, The Development of Visual Art in Acadie, from 1960 to today

 

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