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Check out what’s on in Prince Edward County! Get your daily, weekly, monthly dose of the arts through Artscene. It started as our monthly newsletter, grew into an hour radio program on 99.3FM, and is now an online event listing!

December

01Through 31

One X One Show

Arts on Main Gallery is proud to present its annual One X One Show with original 12″ by 12″ artwork by local artists for a fixed price of $150. Arts on Main is an artist-run gallery located at 223 Main Street, Picton. Winter Hours 11-4PM.

On now until December 31.

 

One X One Show
Teamwork by Ron Pickering
01Through
Jan 27

Form.Figure.Gesture.

Oeno Gallery is proud to present its Holiday Season exhibition titled Form.Figure.Gesture. The show will consist of works with a broad range of styles and mediums created by seven very unique artists. Granite sculptures by Jeremy Guy, glass wall reliefs by John Paul Robinson and Cheryl Wilson-Smith, polished wood installation by Rod Mireau, combined with a curated painting exhibition  with paintings by Jennifer  Hornyak, Scott Pattinson and Peter Hoffer will be on display from from December 1 to January 27.

Oeno Gallery, 2274 County Road 1, Bloomfield.

Form.Figure.Gesture.
Poppies with White Flower , Oil on linen 12 x 12 inches, By Jennifer Hornyak
01Through
Jan 30

A Life Well Lived

Featuring a wide variety of landscape paintings by J. F. Albert, A Life Well Lived is a celebration of the work and life of the late artist who lived in Trenton, Belleville, and USA. Albert only began painting at the age of 52 and dedicated his golden years to creating paintings featuring the places that inspired him. Visit QAC Gallery to see this limited time exhibition until January 30.

Located at 36 Bridge Street East, Belleville.

06Through 27

ECOAA 60th Annual Juried Show

Join the artists of Eastern Ontario Art Association at the Parrott Gallery for their 60th Juried Art Exhibition and Sale. Opening reception will be held on December 6 from 6-7:30PM. Show runs from December 6 to December 27. Located at 254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville.

Also on at the Parrott Gallery, Drawing Room workshop, is a free, non-instructional studio sessions to encourage the traditional practice of drawing and painting the human figure from a draped model (held on the third Thursday of each month from 2-4PM. Next Drawing Room is on December 20. Tuesday watercolour workshop. Pre-registration is required. Cost 20$, materials included. Doodle group, a free two hour workshop on December 21 from 10AM- 12PM. Tools not included.

ECOAA 60th Annual Juried Show
You've Got a Hold on Me by Wendy Bermingham
21

An Evening of Yuletide Carols & Anthems

Command Performance Choir will sing a collection of carols and anthems for Christmas- both traditional, and contemporary works by Kingston Composer Mark Sirrett. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased in person at Books & Company, or online. Tea and scones will be served at the interval. A portion of proceeds will be donated to the County Food Bank.

The concert is on December 21 at 7:30PM at St Mary Magdalene Church, 335 Main Street, Picton.

29Through 30

Christmas in December

The County’s very own comedy troupe, TASTE THAT, invites you to their annual improv and sketch show at Mt. Tabor Playhouse on December 29 and 30 at 8PM. Tickets are available at the door for 20$ and online at www.tastethatcomedy.com for 15$.

Mt. Tabor Playhouse, 2179 County Road 17, Milford.

January

13

Good Vibrations!

Learn about chakras and our energy centres thru yoga postures and meditations, and spend the afternoon playing with colours and paint. No experience necessary. The cost is 90$ plus 10$ for material fee. To register email Carrie at lightlaughlove@gmail.com

Jan 13 from 10AM to 4PM at the Baxter Arts Centre, 3 Stanley St, Bloomfield.

For more information visit Baxter Art Centre webpage.

13

Contemplative Photography

Photography Instructor Phil Norton is offering his 3rd monthly Contemplative Photography workshop to inspire artistry with a camera and a new way of seeing life and the world around you.

This is a discussion in order to shake up the way you take pictures now and an introduction to a new way of seeing everyday things and approaching subjects in a relational way whether they are inanimate or human or in the world of nature.

Its also an opportunity to meet new photographers and come in out of the cold for an afternoon looking at each other’s images on the big screen and sharing experiences and technical tips.

Meet at the County Photographer home studio in Picton on January 13 from 12:30-4:30PM. Snacks and drinks and tax included. Limited to 8 participants.

To register, non-refundable, send an online banking Interac e-transfer $70 to phil@philnorton.com

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