workshops

Workshops



Artists working in a wide range of disciplines provide quality art instruction through hands-on learning opportunities for people of all ages and all walks of life. The EHAC provides workshop participants with a fully equipped workspace and a professionally trained staff to assist in whatever ways are necessary. We welcome people from all levels of artistic experience to explore, learn and draw inspiration from each other, the beauty of this place, its history and culture. We tailor our workshops to small groups because we believe that intimate, intensive learning experiences are where creativity thrives.

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Events for June 2017

  • Jun 30

    Poppy Installation

    5:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.


    Please join Deb Wickwire and Artist-in-Residence Jim Brunelle in the installation of ceramic poppies, to commence at 5 pm. This will be the second year that English Harbour will display these poppies to honor the Newfoundland Regiment and to remember what happened at Beaumont Hamel on July 1, 1916.

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Events for July 2017

  • Jul 01

    July 1st with Matthew Byrne

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $25.00

    EHAA is pleased to partner with the English Harbour Recreation Committee to present our province's finest balladeer.


    Storytelling through song is a fundamental duty of traditional music and one that Matthew Byrne performs brilliantly.
    Born into a family of Newfoundland music makers, Matthew's repertoire is heavily influenced by that unique musical lineage "the weaving of a great story with a beautiful melody" and he supports this tradition with powerful vocals, polished guitar work, and a presence that fills the room.His repertoire transcends time and place and hislive performance reminds us how satisfying traditional songs can be when stripped down to their basic elements.
    Byrne's music has traveled well beyond the rugged shores of his Newfoundland home since his 2010 debut, Ballads. Touring as both a solo artist as well as singer with The Dardanelles, he has graced major festival stages worldwide. With his second album, Hearts & Heroes, winning Traditional Recording of the Year at the 2015 Canadian Folk Music Awards, Byrne further established himself as one of Canada's most authentic and vital traditional voices.
    Matthew Byrne is set to release his highly-anticipated third album - Horizon Lines - in Summer, 2017. This collection is a deeper exploration of traditional songs from both sides of the Atlantic, as well as one original ballad and a guest appearance by Matthew's dad (Joseph Byrne). Horizon Lines continues Matthew's journey through his musical lineage with ever-evolving guitar skills and accompaniment from some of Newfoundland's finest players.
    Horizon Lines is available online and in-store on August 11th.

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca


    Limited tickets at the door or call 464-2424


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  • Jul 05

    Drop in art

    11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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  • Jul 06

    An evening with Ian Foster

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    Ian Foster is a Newfoundland-born songwriter who has toured in Canada,the U.S. and Europe since 2007. A multiple East Coast Music Association (ECMA) and MusicNL award nominee, he has released seven albums since 2006 (currently touring 2017's Sleeper Years) , and has had his music played on radio internationally. A finalist for The International Songwriting Competition (ISC), he has co-written with various artists, including the legendary Canadian folk artist Ron Hynes. Ian's story and character driven lyrics mixed with a modern musical sensibility have been described as "a great example of what a 21st century folk performer should be doing". (CBC Radio).

    Tickets at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 464-2424


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  • Jul 08

    Let's Be Creative!

    11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    Join Artist-in-Residence Jim Brunelle on a creating adventure.
    No art experience necessary!! And if you are an artist please come and experiement with something new.
    Painting, gluing, ripping and tearing, cutting and pasting! Get out the paint, pastels, pencils, glue, erasers...fun.
    For all ages!

    Kids price is $10.


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  • Jul 12

    Drop in art

    11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
    Fee: Free

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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  • Jul 16

    Alan Stein Wood Engravings

    2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.


    Alan Stein July 16 to September 16 Opening July 16 at 2pm.
    An exhibition of wood engraving illustrations from "Viewfinder" a limited edition book of 18 poems by Michael Crummey. The exhibition includes charcoals, sketches, working drawings and proofs from the production of this hand printed book, as well as hand printed broadsides, and pastels from the area.







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  • Jul 19

    Drop in art

    11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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  • Jul 20

    Fox Tales (NOTE TIME CHANGE!!)

    9:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.


    Intelligent, resourceful and intrepid the red fox thrives in environments from the Arctic tundra to the spectacular coast of English Harbour, Newfoundland to deep into the heart of bustling cities. These resilient creatures are able to change their behaviour to successfully make a home in new environments at a rate that astounds even the scientists who have spent a lifetime studying them.

    Theyre a complex species a fascinating species to study. You think you know it all and then you realize you know very little.
    Stephen Harris, University of Bristol

    Fox Tales reveals new research into everything from their first hours of life to their first steps into unchartered territory to offer a visually rich and fascinating look into the secret life of red foxes.

    Produced by Fantastic Mrs. Fox Inc. in Association with CBC and WNET Thirteen.
    With participation from The Canadian Media Fund, Rogers Documentary Fund, Rogers Telefund,
    and the Canadian and Ontario Film & Television Production Tax Credits.

    Admission by donation.


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  • Jul 22

    Allan Byrne and Scott Schilleref

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    Allan Byrne and Scott Schilleref blend old-timey and bluegrass songs and tunes well seasoned with some updated classic songs for a tasty heaping helping of passion, pathos and pluck. The band brings together equally well-seasoned musicians Allan Byrne - guitar, vocals (the Byrne family dynasty Blue Drop) and Scott Schillereff - clawhammer banjo, hammered dulcimer, vocals (steeped in Appalachian tradition Tickle Harbour Atlantic Union and Newfoundlander by choice).

    Tickets at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 464-2424


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  • Jul 26

    Drop in art

    11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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  • Jul 29

    Private event

    12:00 p.m. to 0:00 a.m.


Events for August 2017

  • Aug 01

    Red Moon Road

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    Red Moon Road makes a much bigger sound than one would expect from a trio. With Sheena front and center, flanked by "her two Daniels", it's a visually-appealing, high-energy and well-choreographed show incorporating: impeccable three-part harmonies, a roots drum kit split entertainingly but pragmatically between Sheena and the "Hatted-Daniel" (who also strums an acoustic guitar with an extra custom pickup allowing him to simultaneously play bass), the Franco-Manitoban "Moustached-Daniel" covering lead parts on mandolin, banjo, lap steel, and organ (sometimes within the same song) while Sheena's unmistakable heart-moving and soulful voice soars above it all. The commanding and engaging presentation is equal parts polished songwriting, undeniable musicianship, spontaneous repartee and seamlessly-blended, masterful storytelling the last a dimension in which the band is both renown and unique.

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 464-2424
    (Note that this event is part of the Trinity Bight Folk festival (in conjunction with Two Whales Coffee Shop) which includes five shows and a free beer at the Port Rexton brewery. For details go back to the calendar and click on the Festival event.)


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  • Aug 01

    Trinity Bight Folk Festival

    8:00 p.m. to August 10th, 8:00 p.m.
    Fee: $80.00

    Join us for the first annual Trinity Bight Folk Festival!
    Two Whales Coffee Shop and English Harbour Arts Association are teaming up to bring you five shows in ten days. Port Rexton Brewery is stepping up with a free beer for festival fans!
    Here's the deal:Buy a festival ticket for $80 and see all the shows. Take your ticket to the Brewery and get a celebratory beer. Not bad eh! Individual shows are still available at $20.
    (This is a recent development and we realize that some people have already bought tickets online for some English Harbour shows. In that case EH will be glad to refund those purchasers if they would rather have a festival ticket.)

    Tickets are available at eventbrite.ca (enter Trinity Bight Folk festival)
    Or you can pick them up at Two Whales Coffee Shop or English Harbour Arts Centre. There may be tickets available at the doors also but they would be at the regular price of $20.


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  • Aug 02

    Drop in art

    11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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  • Aug 05

    Gordie Tentrees

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    Master storyteller and multi-instrumental performer Gordie Tentrees has arrived. His sixth album "Less is More" brings together his knack for melody with his amazing ability to hold an audience in the palm of his hands (both during and between songs) and is a deeply personal, moving, melodic and sometimes humorous look at life through the eyes of a unique and infectious personality. Yukon based, Ontario raised, farm boy, golden glove boxer, school teacher, youth counselor turned folk artist Tentrees has released 6 records touring North America, UK, Australia and Europe up to 200 concerts each year, nominated for Western Canadian Music Awards, International Song Competitions and toured with Kelly Joe Phelps, Fred Eaglesmith, Steve Poltz and Mary Gauthier. Produced by Juno award winner Bob Hamilton, the album features Tentrees blend of folk, roots and blues sounds on 11 tracks including "Camelot Hotel" written by Mary Gauthier. Tentrees plays dobro, guitar, harmonica, with stellar accompaniment from Aiden Tentrees on upright bass & Fabian Brook on guitar and fiddle. The album also includes guest appearances by Yukon musician Patrick Hamilton, Annie Avery, Lonnie Powell and the voice of east coast darling 2015 Juno winner Catherine MacLellan.

    "Sounds like an album Woody Guthrie or Bob Dylan might have done if they were starting out today" Irish Post (4/5 Stars)

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 464-2424

    (Note that this event is part of the Trinity Bight Folk festival (in conjunction with Two Whales Coffee Shop) which includes five shows and a free beer at the Port Rexton brewery. For details go back to the calendar and click on the Festival event.)


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  • Aug 08

    Dave Panting with Greg Simm

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    Nova Scotia's Greg Simm and Newfoundland's Dave Panting.
    This acoustic duo draw on musical savvy and experience combined
    with a relaxed and spontaneous stage presence to take you on a
    "string driven ride down the backroads of Britain, Ireland and North America".
    Their set is a balanced mix of songs and instrumentals from several genres:
    including Celtic folk, country blues and swing.

    DAVE PANTING BIO
    A multi - instrumentalist, singer, composer and producer who hails from St. John's, NL.,
    Dave has four decades as a fulltime professional musician under his belt.
    He plays acoustic and electric guitar, members of the mandolin family, banjo and bass as well as Greek bouzouki, durass and baglamas.
    He is a founding member of the influential Newfoundland folk band Figgy Duff and Atlantic Canada's award winning multi genre group Rawlins Cross.
    For five years he was a member of the Irish Descendants, Juno award winners and one of Newfoundland's longstanding musical mainstays.
    Dave has toured all over Canada as well as in the UK, Ireland, USA, Europe and Scandinavia, Mexico and South America.
    He is a long time AF of M,SOCAN and Music NL member as well as being a winner of the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival's lifetime achievement award.
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    GREG SIMM BIO
    Greg has been performing music across Canada and beyond for the last forty years.
    Also a product of the WRHS music program under the direction of Brian Johnston, Greg has recorded, toured and performed with artists as musically diverse as
    Denny Doherty (Mamas & Papas), Gordon Stobbe (Up Home Tonight) and Kendra MacGillivray.
    His folk trio Prairie Sea featuring Jim Bell and Kim deLaforest has recently released their second CD "Distance".
    Greg continues to travel to Nunavut twice a year to teach music to Inuit Youth in remote Arctic communities with Tusaranaarniq Sivumut (www.musicforthefuture.ca).
    In 2015, he was named a lifetime friend of the Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival.

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 464-2424

    (Note that this event is part of the Trinity Bight Folk festival (in conjunction with Two Whales Coffee Shop) which includes five shows and a free beer at the Port Rexton brewery. For details go back to the calendar and click on the Festival event.)


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  • Aug 09

    Drop in art

    11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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  • Aug 11

    Nick Earle and Joseph Coffin

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    Nick Earle and Joe Coffin are emerging blues artists from St. John's, NL who have released their debut album "Nick Earle and Joe Coffin Live at The Citadel House", earning them award nominations for MusicNL Jazz/Blues Recording of the Year and Canadian Folk Music Award for Young Performer of the Year. Adopting a distinctive style which is well beyond their years, they draw inspiration from blues greats such as Robert Johnson, Eric Clapton and Muddy Waters. Rich soulful vocals and exceptional guitar playing are just two of the descriptions that come to mind when watching these two execute their skills. Earle and Coffin have already performed with many of Newfoundland's top roots and blues musicians and have learned to demonstrate the utmost professionalism and style.
    (Update: The guys won "Young performer of the Year" at the Canadian Folk Music Awards!)

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 464-2424


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  • Aug 15

    Community concert/open mic hosted by Brian Hiscock

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

    Come on out and bring your guitar, accordion, banjo or flugelhorn. Sing, yodel, recite or amaze us with your air guitar....or your air flugelhorn.
    We are looking for all levels of talent and if you are Bruce Springsteen or buddy from up in the droke the pay is the same. This is a chance for all hands to try out their talents and, who knows, there might be a scout or two in the audience. Next stop Hollywood...or Holyrood.
    Call 690-7013 to register or have your agent do it for you.
    Admission by donation.
    BREAKING NEWS! This event will be hosted by Brian Hiscock. The bard of Champneys!


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  • Aug 16

    Drop in art

    11:06 a.m. to 2:06 a.m.

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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  • Aug 20

    Celtic Fiddlers

    2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    The Celtic Fiddlers from St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, are a vibrant group of 13 young professional musicians, ages 14-24. This unique group of fiddlers is accompanied by piano, mandolin, mandola, tin whistle, Irish flute, bodhran, cajone, accordion, banjo, bouzouki, bass, voice, guitar and drums. They have gained an outstanding reputation for their eclectic style and presentation. Collectively the group has mastered 53 instruments!

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 464-2424


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  • Aug 22

    2017 Nickel Road Show

    8:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

    It's film night at the Centre. Please join us for two productions from the 2017 Nickel Independent film festival.

    Admission is by donation.

    "I heard the birch tree whisper in the night"

    Following Newfoundland artist Gerry Squires as he works to complete his final painting before succumbing to his illness, filmmaker Kenneth Harvey shapes this moving documentary with candid footage of conversations with Squires close family and friends, fellow artists, and the artist himself.

    When Gerald Squires passed in Fall 2016, he left an enormous body of work that was rooted fully in the Newfoundland landscape. Though he received many honours for his lifetime contribution of artistic work, perhaps one of the best gifts comes to us through this documentary as Gerry shares his insight on mortality, spirituality and the ongoing quest of the artist to explore the emotional landscape of living and dying.

    "Crocuses" A film by Wanda Nolan

    On the last day of packing up her home, Rita cant shake the regret she feels about her late husband.


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  • Aug 23

    Drop in art

    11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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  • Aug 30

    Drop in art

    11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Please join Deb Wickwire for drawing, painting, listening to music, sharing knowledge and art experiences.

    Bring your work, or start something new. We will set up a still life, or perhaps find a live model.

    We have some art supplies, but best to bring your own.

    No charge... unless we find a model which will be $10.


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Events for September 2017

  • Sep 08

    The Once

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $30.00

    A modern indie folk trio from Newfoundland, The Once has collected a trio of Canadian Folk Music Awards, numerous ECMA awards, was named Artist of the Year by the Newfoundland & Labrador Arts Council. They have earned not one, but two JUNO nominations for best Roots/Traditional album, the most recent in acknowledgement of Departures (2014). While originally known for its haunting interpretations of traditional music, The Once has at long last uncovered a sound that truly represents their inner artistry.

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 4642424


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  • Sep 09

    Crooked Stovepipe

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    After 40 years, St. John's-based Crooked Stovepipe continues its run as the oldest bluegrass band in Canada. Over the years founding members Neil Rosenberg and Ted Rowe have taken the band through four CDs plus a children's recording with Colleen Power. Their third CD, "Just In Case", was voted "Bluegrass Recording of the Year" by the ECMA, and MusicNL named Power "Female Vocalist of the Year" for her collaboration with the band.

    They have played often on radio and television, and appeared at numerous concerts and festivals around the province. The band has also performed in Nova Scotia, PEI, Ontario, and Alberta. Neil and Ted were founding members of the Bluegrass and Old-Time Country Music Society of Newfoundland and Labrador and Crooked Stovepipe has been featured regularly at its annual jamboree.

    Ted's son Dave Rowe, Matt Hender and Carole Bestvater round out the band for 2017.

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 4642424


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  • Sep 10

    Traditional Oil Glze Painting with Kathy Marlene Bailey

    9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    Fee: $600.00


    Medium: Glaze Oil

    Cost: $600 including materials

    Time: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm

    Dates: Sunday, September 11th Wednesday, September 14


    If you want to learn the basics of how the old masters painted, how to paint in oils in a very health friendly way, this is the course for you! This 5 day art retreat workshop is a condensed course with master glazer, Kathy Marlene Bailey. She will teach you the basics of Renaissance glazing processes and will finetune your skills in: colour perception and mixing, rendering, value perception, brushwork and depth illusion. You will learn valuable skills suitable for any artist, both novice and advanced.

    Kathy Marlene Bailey lives in Burlington, Ontario. She graduated from the University of Toronto in Art Education and Sheridan College in Creative Arts and ever since, has been a practicing professional artist. In her first year of university, she had the pivotal experience of learning traditional glaze oil painting. Kathy is one of a handful of artists in Canada who works in this highly specialized field. Although her artistic focus has been exclusively painting for a number of years, Kathy, from about 1994 to 2004, had an extensive career focus as a sculptor, primarily making small, fine, handmodeled figurative sculptures.

    She has participated for many years in commercial galleries, art events, and juried shows, three major exhibitions (one solo), and has won many awards for her painting. Kathy's work is currently being shown at the Christine Parker Gallery in St. John's.

    As a child, Kathy grew up in Toronto with two artist parents, and cottaged in Haliburton County, where from being a tiny girl, she developed a fascination for nature and all its complexities, especially the dancing water. The Renaissance methods of oil painting she learned in university became an ideal medium for painting and exploring this wonder of water. The method has limitless gages to tweak and pull colour, value, contrast and colour quality. She could make transparency, translucency, opacity, light and dark, vivid and quiet colours dance together in rich harmonic melody, dancing to her eyes and soul.

    She has completely enjoyed her extensive art teaching experiences where she "passes the baton" while specializing in technical training courses in traditional glaze oil painting, fundamental and advanced colour, as well as creativity skills development.

    View Kathy's work or for more information visit her website:
    www.kathymarlenebailey.com

    Deb Wickwire, of the English Harbour Arts Centre, is happy to assist with logistics of travel and accommodations. 860 558 0449 or debwickwire@yahoo.com





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  • Sep 11

    Traditional Oil Glaze Painting with Kathy Marlene Bailey


    Day Two. Please check listing on September 10 for registration info.


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  • Sep 12

    Tradition Oil Glae Painting with Kathy Marlene Bailey


    Day Three
    Please check the listing on September 10 for registration details.


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  • Sep 13

    Traditional Oil Glaze Painting with Kathy Marlene Bailey


    Day Four
    Please check the listing on September 10 for registration information.


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  • Sep 14

    Canadian Glaze Oil Society 5 Day Paint Out Event, hosted by Kathy Marlene Bailey

    Ends September 18th
    Fee: $500.00



    Get totally immersed in your work. Share your painting with like-minded artists, and experience the beauty of English Harbour (Trinity Bay), Newfoundland.

    Meet at the arts centre at 8:00 am.




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  • Sep 15

    COGS Paint Out Day 2

    COGS Paint Out Day 2


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  • Sep 16

    Janet Cull

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $25.00

    Janet Cull
    Island Soul Tour 2017
    with special guest, Michael Hanrahan

    Janet Cull will be kicking off her "Island Soul Tour" this Fall to promote her critically-acclaimed new album, "Real Tough Love". Recently selected by Los Angeles-based Singer Universe Magazine as their "Best Vocalist of the Month", the tour will take Cull to a variety of theatres across Newfoundland. The performances will culminate in an opening slot for 4-time Grammy-winning superstar k.d. lang, in St. John's (Mile One, Sept. 14) Janet being hand-picked by lang for this prestigious gig. Janet will be joined on this tour by special guest Michael Hanrahan, who's played with a host of Newfoundland greats, including the Irish Descendants and Connemara. From Janet's powerhouse R&B-style rock, to Hanrahan's innovative take on traditional, this tour truly connects with the various facets of the Newfoundland soul.

    Janet Cull has 2 previous albums to her credit - the first with the Janet Cull Band (MusicNL Album of the Year, 2004) and the second (with Kelly-Ann Evans), is the ECMA-nominated "People Get Ready". Janet has performed in local musicals as a principal singer/actor, including Hair, Cats, and most recently Jesus Christ Superstar. Cull has co-produced a string of sold-out provincial tours, including FOREVER 27, ABBA, Fleetwood Mac, The Women of Motown, Tina Turner and more. Check out www.janetcull.com

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 4642424


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  • COGS Paint Out Day 3

  • Sep 17

    COGS Paint Out - Day 4

  • Sep 18

    COGS Paint Out Day 5

  • Sep 19

    Cordeen

    8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
    Fee: $20.00

    Since the first Irish fishermen travelled west, captivated by the promises of this abundant land, Newfoundland has been a bastion of Ireland's enchanting cultural heritage. It is a place where people still speak with the unmistakable lilt of their distant ancestors and where the rhythms of traditional music echo ancient tunes brought from far across the ocean. Their immigrant forefathers, of strong Munster stock, braved the harsh winds and tumultuous waves. By the mid-1800s, they comprised half the population of Newfoundland, leaving an indelible mark on the history, society and culture of the province. Through a unique musical lens, Cordeen will explore the legacy of the Irish in Newfoundland as they trace the story of traditional music, from songs of home to fresh new fusions.

    Tickets available at eventbrite.ca

    Limited seating at the door or call 4642424


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