Upcoming Events –January 13- 21

Beaverbrook Art GalleryJanuary 12, 20180 Comments

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Family Art Classes: SECOND & LAST Sunday of each month, 2:00- 4:00 PM- Classes are open to adults and children ages 5 and up. Cost is free for members, $5 per person or $15 for a family of 4; all materials are included.  

Jan 14: Folk art: sculpting with natural materials

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

Jan 18: In January, Devika will engage participants in creating artwork inspired by the winter landscapes in the Gallery as well as the views of Fredericton from the Gallery’s windows, using charcoal, chalk pastels, and coloured pencils on paper.

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Creative Flow: Yoga and Art: Be moved by great works of art and make art with your whole body! Flow through the Beaverbrook Art Gallery with Yoga Grow’s Amy Murphy then move this energy into creative expression with artist Christina Thomson. All skill levels welcome. Please bring a yoga mat and wear comfy clothes. Mats will be available for $2.

Jan 18: 7pm. 20 adults maximum. Pre-registration required, call 458-2028 to register. Cost: $20

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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.

Jan 19: Dream paintings, wax resist

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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! Read more here

Jan 21: 3pm. Architect, historian, and cultural proponent John Leroux presents, “Architecture of the new pavilion”.

 

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