Events for April 1, 2021
What's On… and what isn't
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Visit the John M. Parrott Art Gallery (Gallery 1) online to view a group show that aims to express how self-isolating and social distancing has physically, mentally, and emotionally influenced artists and their work.Find out more »
"Housing Project" is a collection of playful, stylized, colourful mixed media artwork by Wellington artist Sam Sakr. Visit Gallery 2 online to view these works. Sam creates art as an emotional expression reflecting the artist’s time and place. His art is a personal narrative that reflects a shared human experience.Find out more »
Please join us for a return trip to Rosewood in our video production of Dear Ray, a new play by Peter Paylor, directed by Rick Zimmerman, and featuring Judie Preece as Nadine. It’s free to view on Vimeo, but please consider a donation if you can to support what we’re doing.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 »
Check out this exhibition of new works by Canadian artist Hiba Abdallah. Inspired by her excavation of Clarington’s historic archives, Abdallah looks back 100 years into the municipality’s documented history, finding diary entries, political documents, and newspaper headlines with uncanny similarities to the present moment.Find out more »
Public Space is the Loft Gallery's ambitious new community-oriented exhibition. Tables, chairs, rooms, plinths, and other physical elements are co-designed and planned for each installation, making a continuous and iterative process that will change each time you visit.Find out more »