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- University of Windsor School of Creative Arts
- 37 University Avenue East
The public is invited to attend the following events: Artist Talk with Barry Ace November 12 @ 12pm Location: Performance Hall Room 132 School of Creative Arts – University of Windsor
The public is invited to attend the following events:
Artist Talk with Barry Ace
November 12 @ 12pm
Location: Performance Hall Room 132
School of Creative Arts – University of Windsor
37 University Ave. E, Windsor, Ontario
Exhibition – For as long as the sun shines; the grass grows and the river flows
37 University Ave. E, Windsor, Ontario
Truth and Reconciliation Wampum Belt project
November 13-16 | drop-in @ 9am-4pm daily
SoCA- University of Windsor
Alan Wildeman Building , RM 102
360 Freedom Way, Windsor, ON
Art + Law Indigenous Artist in Residence Program announces its first Artist-in-Residence, Barry Ace from Ottawa. This program supports contemporary Indigenous art and its practices as an integral educational opportunity for both students and community. This initiative was developed in partnership with Arts Council Windsor & Region, the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and School of Creative Arts.
Barry Ace will have access to the newly built, centrally located School of Creative Arts and its wide range of facilities. His project will engage 94 participants in the collaborative making of a Truth and Reconciliation – Calls to Action contemporary wampum belt. The public is invited to the artist talk, exhibition and to participate in this project. The exhibition will be presented to an international audience during the World Indigenous Law Conference organized by Windsor Law in partnership with Sunchild Law.
Ace is a band member of M’Chigeeng First Nation (Manitoulin Island). Ace draws inspiration from multiple facets of traditional Anishinaabeg (Odawa) culture gathered from historical sources, traditional knowledge, found objects and cultural research.
In cooperation with:
University of Windsor, School of Creative Arts, Windsor Law and World Indigenous Law Conference, and Arts Council Windsor & Region
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
University of Windsor School of Creative Arts
37 University Avenue EastMistletoe & Snow: Art Sale & Exhibition - Arts Council - Windsor
- Arts Council Windsor & Region
- 1942 Wyandotte Street East (at Devonshire)
The Arts Council Windsor & Region invites its members to exhibit artwork of all kinds in our own ArtSpeak Gallery. From Wednesday November 21st to Thursday December 6th, ArtSpeak Gallery
The Arts Council Windsor & Region invites its members to exhibit artwork of all kinds in our own ArtSpeak Gallery. From Wednesday November 21st to Thursday December 6th, ArtSpeak Gallery will be filled with paintings, photography, sculpture, jewelry, fine craft, original literary works and more. All the work will be for sale, just in time for holiday shopping. To accompany the giving spirit of the season, a percentage of all sale proceeds goes back to the ACWR to support the programs and services we offer Windsor Essex artists all year round. The exhibition reception, open to the public, takes place on Wednesday December 5th from 7pm – 9pm Where food and beverage will be available.
(Wednesday) 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Arts Council Windsor & Region
1942 Wyandotte Street East (at Devonshire)
I GOT IT is a fun little card game that you can come out and experience here at the Moose with all your friends. Food is available during
I GOT IT is a fun little card game that you can come out and experience here at the Moose with all your friends. Food is available during the event – Hope to see you there!
(Wednesday) 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Moose Lodge No 1046
874 Phillip St
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21ST London Music Hall presents.. Tyler Shaw Tyler Shaw is a platinum-selling artist, producer and actor. The Chinese-Canadian released his hit song “Kiss Goodnight” in 2012, and the melodic
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21ST
London Music Hall presents..
Tyler Shaw is a platinum-selling artist, producer and actor. The Chinese-Canadian released his hit song “Kiss Goodnight” in 2012, and the melodic track quickly hit platinum sales. In 2014 Tyler earned a JUNO Award nominated for ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year.’ He then went on to release certified gold tracks “House of Cards” and “Wicked” all from his 2015 debut album Yesterday.
Tyler has opened for massive artists such as Shawn Mendes and Alessia Cara, as well as toured with Selena Gomez. The multi-talented artist recently exercised his acting skills as the lead role in the feature film The Meaning of Life, released in summer of 2017.
Tyler’s latest single, the romantic “With You,” was released in July 2018. Prior to that, he released new songs “Anybody Out There” featuring Amaal Nuux in May and the top ten hit “Cautious” at the beginning of the year. The sophomore album “INTUITION” was released on September 28, 2018
with special guests to be announced!
7:00PM. Licensed/All Ages
Tickets on sale Friday at 10AM!
Available at Grooves Records & LMH Box Office
Buy Online at http://www.londonmusichall.com
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 7:00 pm
176 Dundas Street
Claude Debussy is considered the most influential composer of the 20th and 21st centuries. He was born in 1862 and studied with one of Chopin’s students. His early
Claude Debussy is considered the most influential composer of the 20th and 21st centuries. He was born in 1862 and studied with one of Chopin’s students. His early works reflect these studies and are neo-romantic in flavour. Debussy died in 1918, the year that marked the end of the first global conflict.
From Ancient Greece to the Italian Hills of Anacapri, from Scottish Landscapes to the American Minstrel show, from Breton legends to Shakespeare’s Puck, this program will sweep you away into the exotic, humourous and meditative realms of Debussy in his prime.
This program will feature the first book of Debussy Preludes. Interwoven between these landscapes you will hear Debussy at his most experimental stage. Escaping from intense physical and mental suffering during middle of World War I (1915) Debussy worked on an edition of the complete works of Chopin. In the tradition of Chopin, Debussy followed his reverence for this composer by writing twelve piano etudes. There are no words to describe these works…works that continue to inspire and challenge composers today. They are Debussy at his most experimental. From fierce command to gentle, fast to slow, quiet to bombastic, you will hear a gamut of emotion captured in canvases meant to challenge both the technique of the performer and the ears of the listener.
As an award-winning concert pianist, Clark Bryan has performed internationally, recorded 14 CD’s and has been featured on radio and television. As a teacher, Mr. Bryan has taught thousands of students, adjudicated more than 60 music festivals coast to coast in Canada, given dozens of workshops and written a book “Gateways to Learning and Memory”.
The founder of The Aeolian Performing Arts Centre, Clark believes that everyone should have universal access to music, art and culture. Because of this belief, he launched El Sistema Aeolian in 2011. This free, intensive music program has offered hundreds of children and youth an opportunity to experience the joy of a rich musical experience. In 2016, Mr. Bryan secured Bishop Cronyn Memorial Place, a second facility to develop an education centre. Shortly after securing this facility, he co-founded two new programs. Pride Men’s Chorus London is a choir open to men of all backgrounds and identities. Rebelheart Collective is a conductor-less chamber orchestra that offers mentorship to young apprentices and offers free tickets to every concert.
Mr. Bryan is engaged in community activism and speaks regularly at events, on radio and television and has given a TEDx talk about the power and joy of music study.
He has been awarded Musical Personality of the Year (2005), Jack Richardson Award for Community Contribution (2011). In 2017, Mr. Bryan was awarded the Western Alumni Award of Merit and inducted into the Don Wright Faculty of Music Wall of Fame.
Mr. Bryan looks forward to a future when everyone has access to the arts and he is committed to making the changes necessary to accomplish this!
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
795 Dundas St East
Koffin Kats • Gutter Punx • St. Thomas Academy
Koffin Kats • Gutter Punx • St. Thomas Academy
21 (Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 22 (Thursday) 2:10 am
The Token Lounge
28949 Joy Rd