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 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.

    Matthew Byrne was born into a family of Newfoundland music makers and his repertoire is heavily influenced by his unique musical lineage. This tradition thrives on the song-the weaving of a great story with a beautiful melody- and Matthew's music reminds us how satisfying traditional songs can be when stripped down to these basic elements. His live performance offers tasteful and honest interpretations of folk songs delivered with polished guitar work and powerful vocals. His repertoire transcends time and place with traditional songs from both sides of the Atlantic.
    To honour Canada's 150th birthday Matthew's concert will be followed by fireworks on the beach.

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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).

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  • Jul 16

    Alan Stein Wood Engravings

    3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Alan Stein July 16 to September 16 Opening July 16 at 3pm.
    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 22

    Old Blue String Band

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

    The Old Blue String Band blends 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), Dave Rowe - mandolin, "bull" fiddle, vocals (the Rowe family dynasty; Crooked Stovepipe; numerous other bands; propriety or Music) and Scott Schillereff - clawhammer banjo, hammered dulcimer, vocals (steeped in Appalachian tradition; Tickle Harbour; Atlantic Union; and Newfoundlander by choice).

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  • Jul 29

    Private event

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


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