This week at the Gallery – November 5 – 11

Beaverbrook Art GalleryNovember 2, 20180 Comments

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We Will Remember: First World War Centennial

Nov 8: 7:00 pm. From Classrooms to Landscapes: Youth, Commemoration, and Memory. Fredericton High School students, Olivia Rowinski and Daniel Holmes, share experiences, impressions, and reflections of the Gregg Centre Professional History Development Tour of France and Flanders during the summer of 2018. 

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

Nov 8: Thursday Night Art Classes will focus on explorations of color and line, inspired by expressionism and the works in the Gallery’s permanent collection. Techniques will also include portraits and still lives in tempera and acrylic on various surfaces. November instructor: Ashlee Craig

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Art for Tots: Fridays from 10:00- 10:45am - 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.

Nov 9: Winged sculpture

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Q&A with Director Patricia Vanstone, Come Down from Up River

Nov 9: 12:00- 12:30 pm. Theatre New Brunswick have partnered with the Beaverbrook Art Gallery to present a special Q&A with New Brunswick-born actor and director Patricia Vanstone. In the lead-up to November’s performances of Come Down From Up River, the public are invited to a special lunchtime conversation with Patricia surrounded by the Gallery’s current exhibit Theatre New Brunswick’s 50th Anniversary – Lea Learning’s Posters of the 1970s

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Centennial – Sentinal

Nov 11: 2:00 pm. A presentation by Fredericton Calithumpians. Fredericton Intergenerational Theatre Squad (FITS) presents “Centennial Sentinel”, a short recital of poems and songs commemorating the end of World War One. This performance will be in conjunction with an exhibition in the Orientation Gallery commemorating the centennial of the end of “the War to End all Wars”.

 

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