posted Jan 31, 2014, 1:28 PM by Maria Gomez
updated Feb 26, 2014, 7:34 AM
Partners for Youth Empowerment is offering the workshop, Creative Facilitation Level 1, at the National Arts Centre, Ottawa. Feb. 8-9.website, contact Marjorie Triplett
March Break Movie Making Camp: Let's Make a Scary Movie. Pilgrimage Artists Imagination Studio
youth aged 7 to 16. Lowered tuition for families with siblings.
Space for only 10 youth, so sign up early to avoid disappointment.
Artist Talk with Sharon Hayes at
Carleton University Art Gallery (CUAG) Feb.4, 7:00 p.m.
St. Patrick’s Building
1125 Colonel By Drive
Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6. Free admission. Website or call
CARFAC Ontario and WorkinCulture presentTaking Care of Business: A Webinar Series for Professional Artists. Join us every other Wednesday over the lunch hour (12 - 1pm) starting Jan. 8 for a seminar pertaining to your art practice given by leading professionals in the province. Register
Black History Month, Ottawa, wishes to use the celebrations to highlight the need for African Canadians to engage in the political process. Feb. 1 to 28. The story and all the activities. List of events
The Great Canadian Theatre Company(GCTC) accepting submissions for a Playwright-in-Residence for its 40th anniversary season, between Sep. 2014 and May 2015. Deadline Feb. 7. Program guidelines, contact Nicole Milne or at 613-236-5192, ext. 235.
Salamandre Art School,
Introduction to Oriental Calligraphy
Guest Artist: Diane Larocque
Teens and adults, Ages 14 +
Sunday, February 9th, 2014
1 pm to 4 : 30 pm
$ 60 Materials included
. 200, rue Principale, Gatineau. Website, email
Performing Arts Symposium, The 4-day symposium for performing arts in rural communities is open for registration. Apr. 24-27. Haliburton Highlands. Info
Artist-Educator Course, The Royal Conservatory with support of the OAC is offering this course for artists who are engaged in arts education and want to learn more. Applications are available and their are courses held all over Ontario. Info