English Harbour Arts Centre
(2018 hours 1030am-530pm. Closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
Please take some time to look around. We are an arts organization housed in a lovely old heritage structure open in the summer that offers art workshops and performances,and hosts art residencies, weddings, and corporate meeting groups. Our gift shop offers unique items and art at affordable prices. And our gallery features art by local artists.
For adults and children; for new artists and seasoned professionals; for folks living in Trinity Bight, for summer residents, or folks just passing through on holiday - there is something for everyone. Click here to see our video....
Our 2018 season is now being planned and the schedule is starting to bloom. Workshops and concerts and a few visiting artists are already planned.Check back often to make sure you don't miss something great.
And it is never too late to think about gift giving. We continue to work on the specifics of the a-mazing project while fundraising for more stone goes on. Perhaps you have someone who would appreciate a gift of immortality: their name engraved into a stone in the maze. A donation of $100 will purchase a ton of stone, and the engraving. Simply go to the a-mazing page on this site and follow the prompts. Happy Easter! Happy Spring!
We look forward to seeing you in June.
All Saints Anglican Church was designated a Registered Heritage Structure by the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador in 2005
2017 wrap up
2017 was an fantastic year for EHAC! We were lucky enough to have a display of prints which was a collaboration between Alan Stein and Michael Crummey. The body of work attracted a lot of interest and many came based on word of mouth to "see those prints".
On the music side of things we had a magical year. Visiting from out of province were Gordie Tentrees and Jaxon Haldane as well as Red Moon Road. The former came all the way from Yukon and the latter from Winnipeg.
In province we had Matthew Byrne, Alan Byrne and Scott Schilleref, Nick Earle and Joseph Coffin, The Once and many more. The music was excellent as always.
A number of workshops were held and lots of people just dropped in for a visit.
2018 is in the works and it promises to be another good year. The Bight is all a-bustle this days and with the opening of the Champney's aquarium there is something for everyone and all ages. Come and see us next summer!
Help us in the creation of a stone maze in the outskirts of English Harbour. The maze will be designed by assemblage artist, Dan Snow, and you can be a part of this a-maze-ing project Click here to learn more!
Thanks to our Latest Donors!
Lynn Spracklin of St.John's/Port Rexton, NL
Anne and Frank Norman of Kingston, Ontario
Barry Jessup of Ottawa, Ontario
David Kirkwood of Toronto, Ontario
Sally Wells of Fredericton, New Brunswick
John Penny of Staten Island, NY
John and Kathleen McTague of Maplewood, New Jersey, and Port Rexton, NL
Sheila Van Wyck and Barry Jessup of Ottawa, and Champneys East
Kim and Dave Paddon of St. John's, and English Harbour
Barb and Ron Ivany of English Harbour
Frederick and Pattilynn Conard of West Hartford, CT
Brenda McIntyre of Trinity East, NL
Robin and Don Kalsched of New Mexico, USA, and Trinity East, NL
Linda Ivany of St. John's, NL
Kathleen and John McTague of Maplewood, NJ
Joan Templeton of Toronto, Ontario
Barbara Boag of Orangeville, Ontario
Jerry McIntosh and Joanne Rosenberg of Toronto, Ontario
Cathy and Bill Dreidzic of Champney's West
Harry and Emma Paddon of Goose Cove, Labrador
Beverly and Robert O'Driscoll of Cornerbrook, NL
Mary Alice and Ed O'Reilly of Kelligrews
Margeret Baird of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
Peter and Cynthia Kemerer of Toronto, Ontario
Sheila Van Wyck and Barry Jessup of Ottawa, Ontario
Anthony Batten of Toronto, Ontario
Paul Reid of St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
John Penny of Staten Island, New York
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