Events for February 18, 2021
What's On… and what isn't
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The artists in this exhibition draw attention to the art of form. Using blocks of colour, expressive line, texture, light, juxtapositions of scale, and raw materiality like glass frit and bronze, each artist champions the formal vocabulary of their medium in a novel way. A video walkthrough is available on our website.Find out more »
Canadian artist, Andrew Csafordi, introduces his latest collection of encaustic paintings – "Heartscapes: Exploring the Colourful Landscapes of the Human Heart". This exhibition and sale will take place online at andaragallery.com. Csafordi was inspired by the heart shape that is a familiar modern symbol in our daily lives and imagination.Find out more »
The Quinte West Public Library is hosting an all ages cook-off challenge in February. You are invited to make pancake art! Take a picture of your creation and email it to email@example.com by February 20th to be entered into a draw for cooking-related prizes. Be sure to indicate if the entry is from an adult or child (with child's age).Find out more »
Join Glanmore National Historic Site to learn about the history of the mansard roof and Second Empire architecture. This Zoom event will be presented by Shannon Kyles, Professor of Ontario and Western Architecture at Mohawk College. Register in advance.Find out more »
Join Northumberland Orchestra and Choir's Maestro, John Kraus, for this weekly radio program on Northumberland 89.7 FM. John will feature his favourite musical selections and conduct interviews with special musical guests. Weekly program details will be available on the NOC Facebook page.Find out more »
Part of Flashback February, and brought to you by Seventh Town Historical Society! For 123 years, Women’s Institute members have actively worked together for family, home, community, and country. Brenda de Castris will share information about the past, present, and future work of the Women’s Institute chapters in our region. Presented via Facebook Live.Find out more »