SWIFF 2017: Shilpa Ray

If film festivals are good at one thing, it’s that they present audiences highly curated points of view from some of the world’s most exciting artists.

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The Art Of Framing

With a floral printed shirt, white pants, and bauble earrings topped off with Prada sun glasses, Corinne Schieman is as bright as the clothes she wears.

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Art in Park Petrolia!

Over 50 artists from across Southwestern Ontario have been selected for this one-of-a-kind juried show in historic Victoria Park, Petrolia.

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Making it Slow and Thoughtful

If you were to look at Made Collective’s website right now, beyond the gorgeous photography and thoughtfully crafted products you’d notice two words on repeat.

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New Exhibitions at JNAAG

Stop at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery and take in the new exhibitions.

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Big Highway With A View

‘Big Highway’, features James McNaule on rhythm guitar and lead vocals, Andrew Germain on lead guitar, Dave Johnston on bass and Ric Brown on drums.

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2015 Suncor Energy Foundation Walter F. Petryschuk Arts Award at the Lawrence House Centre for the Arts

Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf? by Emma Crossland

There was stiff competition for the 2015 Suncor Energy Foundation Walter F.

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Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery: Lands Prestigious Exhibition

The County of Lambton’s Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery has been selected as one of the locations on the North American tour of Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.

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Marvel: New Adult Arts Retreat Ready to Launch in Fall of 2015

For two years, a group of dedicated individuals from London, Grand Bend & Sarnia have shared a common goal: To create a joyful, creative learning retreat located in Lambton Shores for adult participants drawn from across Ontario & Michigan.

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J. Allison Robichaud: Simply Flowers at the Lawrence House

Canadian master painter J. Allison Robichaud will be brightening the middle of winter by exhibiting a collection of new oil paintings titled “Simply Flowers” at the Lawrence House Centre for the Arts.

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The Time is Now! The Day is Here!

Do NOT miss Hidden Talents’ production of Les Miserables!

It was 2003 when Hidden Talents first brought Les Miserables to Sarnia, and a remarkable cast of young actors, no more than 19 years of age, brought audiences to their feet every night.

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Find Your Inner Artist: Art Classes With David Moore

Local artist, icon and visual arts educator, David Moore has lived and worked in Sarnia for most of his life.

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