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August 2019

Charles Lewton-Brain

August 10 - September 21
Alberta Craft Council Gallery & Shop, 10186-106 St
Edmonton, AB T5J 1H4 Canada
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World renowned master goldsmith Charles Lewton-Brain presents a selection of new work from his `Cage Series', which covers process, beauty, function and the tensions between nature and structure.

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September 2019

Mitchel Smith: Colour Floes

September 18 - October 8
Peter Robertson Gallery, 12323 104 Ave.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Opening Reception: Thursday, September 19 7 - 9 pm Mitchel Smith is an abstract painter living in Canada. His work expresses the belief that the surfaces of pictures, the facture of the things, are what is integral to the aesthetic experience of painting. Large blocks and lozenges of rich textured colour jostle and abut against each other in a struggle which creates an intense and satisfying pictorial unity.  Mitchel Smith was born in Liverpool, England.  He received his Bachelor of…

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Now and Then

September 19 - October 14
The Front Gallery, 10402-124 St.
Edmonton, AB Canada
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Opening reception: Thursday, September 19th, 2019 – 7pm to 9pm The Front Gallery is proud to present this group exhibition featuring the work of Blake Ward, RFM McInnis, Robert Lemay, Andrew Salgado, Tony Scherman, Tom Gale, Kari Duke, Jeff Sylvester, Doug Jamha and Verna Vogel. The timelessness of medium and subject matter prevails in this beautiful exhibition featuring bronze and marble sculpture, as well as encaustic and oil paintings.

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Edmonton Comic & Entertainment Expo

September 20 - September 22
Edmonton Expo Centre, 7515 118 Ave. NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 0J2 Canada
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Calling all timelords! The Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo (Edmonton Expo) is our city's greatest pop culture convention. Tens of thousands of people gather each year for a celebration of all things pop culture - comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, comedy - and the best part is, it's back! Enjoy meeting your favourite stars, grab a drawing from your favourite comic book artist, enjoy one-time-only workshops and guest panels, and shop vendors from around the country with incredible items for purchase…

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Tibetan Bazaar

September 21 - September 22
Alberta Avenue Community League Hall, 9210 118 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5G 0N4 Canada
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$5

Gaden Samten Ling Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Society welcomes the public to join them for this unique celebration of Tibetan culture. As the only celebration of its kind, it offers a very special opportunity to learn about Tibetan culture and meditation. Each day festival attendees can enjoy a wonderful market filled with a vast array of Himalayan merchandise and sample delicious traditional Tibetan food. A festival favourite is the momo – delicious yak meat and vegetarian dumplings! This is your opportunity…

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Filmmaker Skills Class

September 21 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Kings University, 9125 50 St NW
Edmonton, AB T6B 2H3 Canada
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$45

Registration is now open. This fully interactive workshop, led by industry professionals Gilbert Allan and Wes Doyle, will include breaking down a scene and showing you how to work with your actors and cinematographer to best capture your vision. With the support of our sponsors AMPIA and ATB Branch for Arts + Culture, we are able to keep this workshop session affordable at $45 per person, which includes lunch. If space is available, admission is $50 at the door. Deadline…

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Willow Heart Weaving Workshop

September 22 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts (ACUA), 9534 87 St.
Edmonton, AB T6C 3J1 Canada
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$50. – $60

In this workshop, participants will learn how to trim and strip willow branches. You will weave them into hearts, which will dry and remain as a heart forever. Participants may bring artificial flowers or embellishments to add to their hearts if they wish. Supplies are included to create your heart, embellishments are not but can be added during the workshop or from home!

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Etsy | Made in Canada

September 28 @ 10:00 am - September 29 @ 5:00 pm
Edmonton Convention Centre, 9797 Jasper Avenue
Edmonton, AB T5J 1N9 Canada
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$5

We are back for our sixth year organizing this amazing event as a group of independent Etsy sellers. With over 225 artists, designers, crafters and makers, come see the best Edmonton makes. Admission is $5 CASH at the door for anyone 16 years and up. Children 15 and under are free!

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October 2019

Just A Little Night Market

October 4 @ 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Two Nights Friday and Saturday Only
Aviation Hangar, 11410 Kingsway NW
Edmonton, AB T5G 0X4 Canada
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$5.00

Just a Little Night Market is a marketplace, open at night. It is a place where people gather to put aside their day for the simple pleasures that can only be found in lively conversation, local music, food and drink. Unique goods, entertainment and curiosities; you are never sure what you will find. We are doing good one night market at a time. Our charities of choice support the underemployed, random acts of kindness and Rotary.

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Acrylic Painting for Beginners

October 5 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Alberta Council for the Ukrainian Arts (ACUA), 9534 87 St.
Edmonton, AB T6C 3J1 Canada
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$65. – $75

Do you want to create a bright & beautiful acrylic landscape in one evening? Are you a complete beginner in acrylic painting? This is the class for you. Join us for a short one-evening intro to acrylic painting. You will leave with a classic landscape and plenty of knowledge and enthusiasm to continue painting. Oksana will teach a simplified approach to painting a landscape by breaking it down into basic shapes and forms. Follow her demonstration step-by-step while learning the…

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World renowned master goldsmith Charles Lewton-Brain presents a selection of new work from his `Cage Series’, which covers process, beauty, function and the tensions between nature and structure.

Opening Reception:
Thursday, September 19
7 – 9 pm
Mitchel Smith is an abstract painter living in Canada. His work expresses the belief that the surfaces of pictures, the facture of the things, are what is integral to the aesthetic experience of painting. Large blocks and lozenges of rich textured colour jostle and abut against each other in a struggle which creates an intense and satisfying pictorial unity.  Mitchel Smith was born in Liverpool, England.  He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Alberta in 1982 and had his first solo exhibition at the Edmonton Art Gallery in 1986. 

Opening reception: Thursday, September 19th, 2019 – 7pm to 9pm

The Front Gallery is proud to present this group exhibition featuring the work of Blake Ward, RFM McInnis, Robert Lemay, Andrew Salgado, Tony Scherman, Tom Gale, Kari Duke, Jeff Sylvester, Doug Jamha and Verna Vogel. The timelessness of medium and subject matter prevails in this beautiful exhibition featuring bronze and marble sculpture, as well as encaustic and oil paintings.

Calling all timelords! The Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo (Edmonton Expo) is our city’s greatest pop culture convention. Tens of thousands of people gather each year for a celebration of all things pop culture – comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, comedy – and the best part is, it’s back! Enjoy meeting your favourite stars, grab a drawing from your favourite comic book artist, enjoy one-time-only workshops and guest panels, and shop vendors from around the country with incredible items for purchase and display.

Gaden Samten Ling Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Society welcomes the public to join them for this unique celebration of Tibetan culture. As the only celebration of its kind, it offers a very special opportunity to learn about Tibetan culture and meditation.

Each day festival attendees can enjoy a wonderful market filled with a vast array of Himalayan merchandise and sample delicious traditional Tibetan food. A festival favourite is the momo – delicious yak meat and vegetarian dumplings! This is your opportunity to find unique imported gifts, artwork, jewelry, clothing, meditation supplies, books and more!

Experience authentic Tibetan music and dance from world renowned Tibetan performers. Trained in folk music, dance and opera, Sherap Sangpo has performed around the world in many venues including Carnegie Hall. Sonam Paljor, singer and musician, was classically trained at the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts and plays traditional Tibetan string instruments.

Visiting Tibetan monks from the Dzongkar Choede Monastery in India will be participating in this year’s Bazaar. They will be giving demonstrations throughout the weekend on Tibetan Sand Mandala Art and attendees will have the opportunity to try it. In addition, each day guests may learn about meditation and Buddhist philosophy from Khen Rinpoche Jampa Sopa, Abbot of the Dzongkar Choede Monastery in India.

Children are welcome to attend and are invited to participate in a children’s ‘sampler’ meditation session, held on both days from 11:00 – 11:30.

Registration is now open. This fully interactive workshop, led by industry professionals Gilbert Allan and Wes Doyle, will include breaking down a scene and showing you how to work with your actors and cinematographer to best capture your vision.

With the support of our sponsors AMPIA and ATB Branch for Arts + Culture, we are able to keep this workshop session affordable at $45 per person, which includes lunch. If space is available, admission is $50 at the door.

Deadline for registration is September 17.

In this workshop, participants will learn how to trim and strip willow branches. You will weave them into hearts, which will dry and remain as a heart forever. Participants may bring artificial flowers or embellishments to add to their hearts if they wish. Supplies are included to create your heart, embellishments are not but can be added during the workshop or from home!

We are back for our sixth year organizing this amazing event as a group of independent Etsy sellers. With over 225 artists, designers, crafters and makers, come see the best Edmonton makes.

Admission is $5 CASH at the door for anyone 16 years and up.
Children 15 and under are free!

Just a Little Night Market is a marketplace, open at night. It is a place where people gather to put aside their day for the simple pleasures that can only be found in lively conversation, local music, food and drink. Unique goods, entertainment and curiosities; you are never sure what you will find. We are doing good one night market at a time. Our charities of choice support the underemployed, random acts of kindness and Rotary.

Do you want to create a bright & beautiful acrylic landscape in one evening? Are you a complete beginner in acrylic painting? This is the class for you.

Join us for a short one-evening intro to acrylic painting. You will leave with a classic landscape and plenty of knowledge and enthusiasm to continue painting. Oksana will teach a simplified approach to painting a landscape by breaking it down into basic shapes and forms. Follow her demonstration step-by-step while learning the characteristics of acrylic paints and brushes. You’ll be amazed at what you can do with a limited colour palette and some basic colour mixing.