Events for May 2, 2021
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This is a fund-raiser for the Northumberland Land Trust (NLT). Expert birders try to find as many bird species as they can in a 24-hour period at one of the NLT Reserves (Jack van Nostrand, Chub Point, Laurie Lawson, Leckie, McEwen, or Pelton). Cost is $75 to accompany a birder (or donation of your choice).Find out more »
The Oeno Gallery welcomes you to a video walk-through of this group exhibition, in which iterations of the Pop movement bridge with styles such as minimalism, monumentalism, graffiti art, and abstraction, and become more personal and begin to package deep symbolism in a deceptively shiny package.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 »
Written by Steven Cleberg with introductions by Shelagh Mathers and directed by Cheryl Singer, this radio comedy/mystery is a collaboration between A Theatre Club and 99.3 County FM. It’s 1936 and nail-biting thrillers like “The Shadow“ and “Lights Out“ are all the rage in radio dramas. Tonight, the WSCC station might put itself on the map too when the first episode of their own Radio Suspense Theatre takes the airwaves. Listen live on radio at 99.3 County FM and live on the internet at 993countyfm.ca/live/Find out more »