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Sudbury Arts Council celebrates Culture Days

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Free Activities available from September 28th – October 1st 2017

 

Over 1,500 free participatory events and activities will take place in more than 150 communities across Ontario to celebrate the 8th anniversary of Culture Days on September 28th, 29th, 30th & October 1st, 2017, including activities that are planned to take place right here in Greater Sudbury

 

Culture Days, an annual celebration that is open to all Canadians, will be celebrated in over 7,500 cities and towns across the country, with thousands of FREE events and activities from a wide range of disciplines including: visual arts, music, dance, theatre, architecture, heritage, film and video, literature, craft, culinary arts and new media. It is an opportunity to discover the world of these outstanding artists & creators at work.

 

Culture Days in Sudbury will be launched on Thursday Sept. 28th during the 2017 Fall Titles Release Party by Latitude 46 Publishing – 7.00 p.m.at Ristorante Verdicchio 1351 Kelly Lake Road. Come meet authors plus find out more about Greater Sudbury Culture Days Activities.

 

“Part of what makes me proud to live in Greater Sudbury is our vibrant arts and culture community. Culture Days not only recognizes the artists and groups that help to weave together the fabric of this community, but it also encourages the public to get involved, learn about their neighbours and to interact with each other in an exciting and meaningful way!” said Linda Cartier, Chair of the Sudbury Arts Council. – 705-525-7526

 

 

Some of the many free Culture Days activities in Greater Sudbury – September 28th – October 1st

 

  • Opening of Culture Days and Fall Titles Launch – Ristorante Verdicchio – 7.00 p.m – Thursday
  • Story Time Trail – Lake Laurentian Conservation Area – Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Art Glass Creation – 2354 Long Lake Road – Friday, Saturday and Sunday
  • Artists Loft on Larch – 280 Larch Street – Friday and Saturday
  • Art of Photography – Marguerite and Gerry Lougheed Community Centre – Saturday
  • Journee familiale gratuie du French Fest – Saturday – McEwen School of Architecture
  • Stained Glass Creation – Friday, Sat., Sunday – 2354 Long Lake Road
  • Youth Choir Performance – Sudbury Secondary Music Room – Saturday
  • Artists Secrets – 172 Elgin Street – Saturday
  • Five Artists – Five Views – Warehouse Studio – 238 John Street – Saturday and Sunday
  • Four Guys – Painters – 1388 Bellevue Avenue – Saturday and Sunday
  • Group of Eight Artists – 1773 Olivia Street, Val Caron – Saturday and Sunday

 

 

For more information see below or go to www.culturedays,ca.

 

 

Thursday Sept. 28

Culture Days Launch and Fall Titles Release Partyfeaturing Latitude 46 Publishing 7.00 p.m.at Ristorante Verdicchio 1351 Kelly Lake Road. Come meet authors plus find out more about Greater Sudbury Culture Days Activities.

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Friday September 29

 

Story Time Trail:Bring the family to the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area for a self-guided walk on the Story Time Trail featuring Danielle Daniel’s book – Sometimes I feel like a fox.  9.00 a.m.. to 5.00 p.m.   Follow South Bay road off Ramsey Lake Road (past the University turnoff) to the Nature Chalet locate on the right just before the ski lodge.

 

Art Glass Creation– copper foil method: Demonstration of the skill of Hadyn Butler creating stained glass using copper foil at Plant Place Stained Glass at 2354 Long Lake Road from 12.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.

 

Artists Loft on Larch:  A diversified collection of eight multi-media artists on display on two floors with creators present at 280 Larch Street from 10 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.

 

Hands Around Sudbury- Part of World Cyanotype Day: Come by Open Studio 93 Cedar Street upstairs in Brokerlink Insurance building corner cedar and Lisgar to participate in “Hands Around Sudbury” using cyanotype analog photography in celebration of World Cyanotype Day (Sept 30). Your hands will be recorded on paper using this old photographic process and exhibited as a collaboration in our gallery space. Prints will be returned to you following the exhibit. “Hands Around Sudbury” is lead by Leesa Bringas, practicing visual artist and Rebecca Black, Graphic Design student from 12.00 p.m. to 2.00 p.

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Saturday September 30

Art of Photography:Award winning photoart creations of Landscape and nature photography from around the world as presented by Leharplace Photo:  Claire Lefebvre and Lois Harrack will discuss and exchange ideas on travel sites and photographic techniques for editing photos as well as displaying their work.  10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Margurite and Gerry Lougheed Centre 328 Albert Street – Sudbury.

 

Artists Loft on Larch:  A diversified collection of eight multi-media artists on display on two floors with creators present at 280 Larch Street Sudbury from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.

 

Story Time Trail: Bring the family to the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area for a self-guided walk on the Story Time Trail featuring Danielle Daniel’s book – “Sometimes I Feel like a Fox”.  9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.   Follow South Bay road off Ramsey Lake Road (past the University turnoff) to the Nature Chalet locate on the right just before the ski lodge

 

Art Glass Creation– Copper foil method: Demonstration of the skill of Hadyn Butler creating stained glass using copper foil at Plant Place Stained Glass at 2354 Long Lake Road from 12.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.

 

 

Youth Choir Performance:  Young Sudbury Singers present an informal community performance at the end of their annual full day Choral Retreat at Sudbury Secondary School 154 College Street at 2.30 p.m. at Sudbury Secondary School in the music room

 

Artist Secrets:Discover the creative process of professional multi-media artist Monique Leqault at her own storefront studio at 172 Elgin Street, downtown Sudbury from 11.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

 

Hands Around Sudbury- Part of World Cyanotype Day: Come by Open Studio 93 Cedar Street upstairs in Brokerlink Insurance building corner cedar and Lisgar to participate in “Hands Around Sudbury” using cyanotype analog photography in celebration of World Cyanotype Day (Sept 30). Your hands will be recorded on paper using this old photographic process and exhibited as a collaboration in our gallery space. Prints will be returned to you following the exhibit. “Hands Around Sudbury” is lead by Leesa Bringas, practicing visual artist and Rebecca Black, Graphic Design student from 11.00 a.m.to 2.00 p.m.

 

4Guys – Painters:Meet Anthony Chezzi, Robert Courchesne, Doug Goodale, and Maty Kotyluk displaying and discussing their paintings at the Carmichael Community Centre at 1388 Bellevue Avenue, Sudbury from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

 

Five Artists – Five Views:Five local, progressive artists, Elizabeth Irvine, Paulette Stewart, Joan Chivot, Kim McKibbon, Liz Peekstok, all from the Sudbury Region, exhibiting original art in a variety of media, in far-ranging, multiple genres. There will be paintings in several sizes as well as small crafts. Enjoy refreshments in a studio surrounded by pleasing gardens, with terraces to sit and enjoy yourself during your viewing of the exhibit at the Warehouse Studio 338 John Street, Sudbury from 10:00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

 

Group of 8 Artists:A collective gathering of local artists in the Valley East area in the Greater city of Sudbury. There will be la diverse talent of watercolour, acrylic, oil paintings as well as pottery and photography. The exhibit will be indoors and outdoors on the grounds at 1473 Olivia St. Val Caron from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

Journée familiale gratuite du French Fest: Dans le cadre du French Fest, la Slague jeunesse présentera une Journée familiale le samedi 30 septembre à l’École d’architecture McEwen. Des concerts auront lieu dans l’atrium et plusieurs aires et salles de ce bel édifice seront converties en stations de jeux et en ateliers pour les enfants. – Activity in French from 9:00 a.m. to 4;00 p.m.

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Sunday October 1

 

Story Time Trail:Bring the family to the Lake Laurentian Conservation Area for a self-guided walk on the Story Time Trail featuring Danielle Daniel’s book – Sometimes I feel like a fox.  9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.   Follow South Bay road off Ramsey Lake Road (past the University turnoff) to the Nature Chalet locate on the right just before the ski lodge.

 

Art Glass Creation– Copper foil method: Demonstration of the skill of Hadyn Butler creating stained glass using copper foil at Plant Place Stained Glass at 2354 Long Lake Road from 12.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m.

 

4Guys – Painters:Meet Anthony Chezzi, Robert Courchesne, Doug Goodale, and Maty Kotyluk  displaying and discussing their paintings at the Carmichael Community Centre at 1388 Bellevue Avenue, Sudbury from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

 

Five Artists – Five Views:Five local, progressive artists, Elizabeth Irvine, Paulette Stewart, Joan Chivot, Kim McKibbon, Liz Peekstok, all from the Sudbury Region, exhibiting original art in a variety of media, in far-ranging, multiple genres. There will be paintings in several sizes as well as small crafts. Enjoy refreshments in a studio surrounded by pleasing gardens, with terraces to sit and enjoy yourself during your viewing of the exhibit at the Warehouse Studio 338 John Street, Sudbury from 10:00 a.m to 4.00 p.m.

 

Group of 8 Artists:A collective gathering of local artists in the Valley East area in the Greater city of Sudbury. There will be la diverse talent of watercolour, acrylic, oil paintings as well as pottery and photography. The exhibit will be indoors and outdoors on the grounds at 1473 Olivia St. Val Caron from 10.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

 

Hands Around Sudbury- Part of World Cyanotype Day: Come by Open Studio 93 Cedar Street upstairs in Brokerlink Insurance building corner cedar and Lisgar to participate in “Hands Around Sudbury” using cyanotype analog photography in celebration of World Cyanotype Day (Sept 30). Your hands will be recorded on paper using this old photographic process and exhibited as a collaboration in our gallery space. Prints will be returned to you following the exhibit. “Hands Around Sudbury” is lead by Leesa Bringas, practicing visual artist and Rebecca Black, Graphic Design student from 11.00 a.m.to 2.00 p.m.

 

All Activities are free and open to the public – visit www.culturedays.ca for more information and direcetions to events….Enjoy Culture Days in Greater Sudbury

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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