Posted by: admin on Apr 22, 2010
On Thursday, April 22 at 6 p.m, the public is invited to a special screening of André Forcier’s critically acclaimed movie Je me souviens. Set in Abitibi in the 40s and 50s, this poetic fictional drama stars some of Quebec’s top actors, including Céline Bonnier, Gaston Lepage, Rémy Girard, Hélène Bourgeois-Leclerc, France Castel, and Roy Dupuis and will be screened in French with English subtitles in the NGC’s Lecture Hall (380 Sussex Drive). Film director André Forcier will be present. For more information about the movie, visit http://www.jemesouviens-film.com/fr and to learn more about André Forcier, visit http://www.canadacouncil.ca/prizes/ggavma. Free admission. For more information: 613-990-1985 or 1-800-319-ARTS / email@example.com / gallery.ca
Leonard Slatkin conducts the NAC Orchestra and Canadian violin soloist Leila Josefowicz in a program featuring the Violin Concerto by John Adams and Schubert’s “The Great” Symphony in a Bostonian Bravo Series concert on April 22-23 in Southam Hall.
In the fourth Bostonian Bravo Series concert of the NAC’s 40th Anniversary season, conductor Leonard Slatkin leads the National Arts Centre Orchestra in Schubert’s Symphony No. 9 in C major “The Great”, as well as music by Henry Purcell. Canadian violin soloist Leila Josefowicz is featured in the Violin Concerto by John Adams. The concert takes place in Southam Hall on Thursday April 22 and Friday April 23 at 8 p.m.
The National Arts Centre Orchestra performs Schubert’s “The Great “ Symphony in Southam Hall of the National Arts Centre on Thursday April 22 and Friday April 23 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $19, $29, $39.50, $50, $60, $70, and $87.50 for adults and $10.75, $15.75, $21, $26.25, $31.25, $36.25, and $45 for students (upon presentation of a valid student ID card). Tickets are available at the NAC Box Office (in person) and through Ticketmaster (with surcharges) at 613-755-1111; Ticketmaster may also be accessed through the NAC’s website www.nac-cna.ca.
EXHIBITION - "Avec l'oiseau"
SALLY LEE SHEEKS
Sculpture and drawings about birds, adaptation and the city.
Centre culturel Jacques Auger, 39 rue Leduc, Gatineau
(just behind the govt. bldgs.)
OPENING - Thursday April 22nd 6 p.m.
Talks at 6.20, flute duets with Emilie Michaud and Graham McVeety at 6.45., free cheese.
Show runs until May 16, open Wed-Fri 11.30-1.30 and 6-9, and weekends 10-3.
The Ottawa School of Art (OSA) Gallery is pleased to host its third bi-annual juried exhibition of miniature prints featuring print artists from all over the world from April 22 to May 23, 2010. A vernissage will take place on Thursday, April 22 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the OSA’s Main Campus Gallery, 35 George St.
Visit arts&architecture for our next show, “Intersections,” a collection of work by members of “Dante Was Here,” a photography group based in Ottawa. Join us for the vernissage this Thursday, April 22nd from 7 - 9 pm for refreshments and to meet the photographers: Bob Acton, Azimir Burzic, Robert James, Peter Juranka, Maureen Murphy, Yannis Souris and Menno Spijker. The exhibition will be on display from April 21 – May 2. 1181 Bank Street
Earth Day Art event in Wakefield At Café Le Hibou on Thursday April 22th 2010 at 8 p.m.
Her Hands- Monologue by local artist Johanna Nousiainen. This is the final act of the 40_under_40 performance-art series; an inter-generational collection of woman’s personal memories. In this short monologue (approximately 30 minutes) Johanna Nousiainen will be sharing her memories of her grandmother and mother filtered through her own growth to womanhood. www.johannanousiainen.com firstname.lastname@example.org Followed by music from local singer songwriter Chris MacLean www.chrismaclean.com www.myspace.com/chrismaclean1