We've been slow to close out the speaker's submission form for our next event one week from now, which means, YAY, you have one more day to submit! Tell us your idea — do you want to read a story or poem from your childhood? Do you want to tell a story around something you made as a child?
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Do you want to read something a family member wrote? It's all fair game! If you've been considering it, now is the time to decide.
These guys have introduced one of the best things for local small businesses that we have seen in awhile Their co-working space, in the top floor of the Wincey Mills, is stunning, and we have only heard good things from existing tenants. It's so amazing to have this right in Paris, a professional space for sharing workspace, resources and ideas.
Definitely check out their facilities and like their pa Get 'em while they last! We are looking forward to Christmas in Paris this weekend! Hope folks make it out to celebrate the vital local arts and craft community and take part in this incredible year-strong tradition. Just posted our next event. Hope you can join us for this special event, the last of , and a gift from our former selves!
This will be our final event until our winter workshops kick off — we'll be posting the lineup for that soon too, it's going to be doozy, lots of great new content and new teachers! We won't plan a big gathering again until the spring, so we hope a lot of you can make it.
Another fabulous event to get on your radar if it isn't already. A fashion show and ten year anniversary celebration in downtown Paris — this should be an awesome event on Sunday, good luck and congratulations Deborah Coruzzi! We are so excited for this converging of worlds and it's such a great moment for Matt who has been exploring this wondrous set of night photography for many years now His book on the Canadian Rockies is absolutely beautiful, and if you're interested in photography this is a mustgo event.
Hope to see you at the launch! Such a great group of parents, kids and teachers working behind the scenes to improve this space for everyone.
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Please vote for this important project, just one day left! Paris Central School is steeped in the history of families. The elation of first friendshi This is where the world first tells kids No, and tells them Yes, spinning those complex webs of relationships with peers, adults and community. So much of this first develops in the schoolyard, one of which Paris Central has hosted for over a hundred years. There are just two days left to vote so please don't forget to head over to avivacommunityfund. Our event at — and with — Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant this past Saturday was lovely, so intimate and authentic and felt true to what we originally set out to do with this series, to connect and support creative people within our community.
A heartfelt thank you to the gallery and our jurors and our attendees. We hope those of you who got critiques found them helpful and energizing, and that these small outside glimpses into your work propel you into new and fruitful direc We just love your gallery and feel so grateful that it is a part of the fabric of the arts community here. Thank you for your valuable time. And a special thanks to Ruth Abernethy for sharing her illustrious and fascinating sculpting career.
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We were impressed, moved, and inspired, all as expected, which is a lot to ask of a speaker and she delivered. And thanks to the attendees who offered their work up for criticism. When you are brave, the possibilities are boundless. There have been some questions around our event Saturday. Tickets are free. And YES you are welcome to come even if you will not be requesting a critique, there will be plenty for you to listen to and observe, along with food and drinks and mingling. And lastly, if you're feeling shy about your critique, rest assured we will have tables upstairs to talk to the artists and share your work so that there is quiet and a certain amount of privacy.
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Her work has been exhibited throughout Canada and internationally, and her public and private commissions include bronze portraiture of such iconic personalities as Mackenzie King, Oscar Peterson, Glenn Gould, Arnold Palmer and Al Waxman. She will be sharing her work with us during the main presentation and also make herself available for critiques afterward. His drawings, paintings and prints made using traditional techniques have been exhibited throughout southern Ontario.
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Faith will be exhibiting work in Nuit Blanche and Words Fest this fall and we are so thrilled to welcome her to the Glenhyrst Art Gallery and her first Paris Lectures event! Our focus on storytelling means we have dabbled in pretty much all mediums, from writing and illustration to animation and video, with particular focuses on graphic and web design. Have you registered your ticket to our next event yet?
Just over a week away! Tickets are free, with free food and drinks to boot thanks Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant! We'll be announcing our exceptionally talented and charismatic jurors first thing tomorrow along with the opportunity to pre-book and guarantee a critique time slot. Steady on, artists You don't have to be an artist or request a critique to attend — there will be an inspiring creative speaker plus Mark Staplehurst 's usual charming intro and possible local history lesson.
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We can't wait! Our setting may be in a small-town, but the impact our speakers have had on the world is deep and lasting. We host quarterly meet-ups throughout the year centred around art, design and technology, and skill-based workshops during the winter.
Speakers with local ties share their stories — What inspires and what challenges them? What are their aspirations? Get a personal history tour of small town Paris. From our speakers to volunteers and attendees, we work hard to ensure everyone has a good experience. We look for diverse speakers with stories and backgrounds that inspire the best in us. Our tradition of "stoking" at each event is a rite of passage. If the speaker can do it, so can you. Get tickets Tickets are released about a month ahead of schedule.
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