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New kid on the block in Belleville is Christopher Bennet whose new  art/dance studio, called Art Works has just opened at 314 Pinnacle Street.   Christopher has been involved for the last twenty-five years in the  dance and art scene, but this is the first time he's had a proper studio  for performance, art classes, and exhibitions.   MP Neil Ellis and Katheryn Brown...

ART WORKS - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Oeno Gallery launched its annual antidote to winter on Saturday 2 February: "Colour Break" with selected works by established painters Aron Hill, Burton Cramer, Victor Mitic, Scott Pattinson, Malcolm Rains, and Alice Teichert.        Contrasting with their two-dimensional creations are the hyper-realist sculptures of Carole Feuerman who is new to the...

Oeno Gallery: Colour Break - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

The Art Gallery of Northumberland presents WALL GAZING by Dimitri Paptheodorou until March 17.   Evolving from architectural drawings and maquettes, WALL GAZING represents a new form of expression for Paptheodorou.   A central column of 3D constructions is corralled by paintings both large and small in scale, utterly minimalist in subject and of...

The Art Gallery of Northumberland: WALL GAZING - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Check out the current show at Gallery 121 in Bridge Street, Belleville, before it closes on 9th February.      MUSE is a painted and photographic response to the sculptural fabric creations of Saralou Miller, by photographer Medhi Agahi, and painters Jennifer Topaz Bruce, Laurie Gruer, Penelope Patrick and Kato Wake.               &nbsp...

Gallery 121: MUSE - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Grapevine Magazine recently attended a Quintevation event at Signal Brewery to mingle and meet other entrepreneurs.
Quintevation Meeting at Signal Brewery - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

Collaboration is instrumental in any industry because it breeds innovation and creates shared learning experiences. It also generates knowledge and awareness through participation within communities.  Ontario’s craft brewery community prides itself on being just that; a community. It thrives on collaborating; building relationships, and creating awareness of the historical events of a region...

Local Craft Breweries Thrive Through Collaboration - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote

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