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Opportunity for women actors

ACT to produce 12 Angry Women in spring of 2019 Next spring ACT will be staging 12 Angry Women, whi [ ... ]

Brain Injury Support Meetings

If you or someone you know is a brain injury survivor then Brain Injury Support Meetings are for you [ ... ]

Pottery in the Park

The winter session of pottery classes at the PEI Potters Studio in Victoria Park, Charlottetown will begin in January. Perfect for beginners as well as those with previous experience, classes are taught by professional Island potters and are designed to be fun as well as educational. The class covers the basics of clay preparation, wheel-throwing techniques, and glazing and decoration.

Sunday life drawing sessions

Sunday life drawing sessions with live nude model are held Sundays from 2–4 pm at the Gertrude Cotton Art Centre, Stratford (57 Bunbury Rd). All skill levels are welcome. Easels are provided but bring your own drawing materials. Age 18+ or parent’s permission. 

Provincial Art Bank

Island artists are encouraged to submit their work to the Provincial Art Bank by January 2, 2019 if they would like it to be considered for purchase next year.  

The Provincial Art Bank collection includes 230 works of art by 130 Island artists. The art bank acquires, loans and displays art that was purchased or donated. Pieces are displayed in public buildings and spaces for Islanders

Call for artist submissions

Salt Spring National Art Prize invites Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada to submit their two- and three-dimensional work for consideration.

Submissions for the 2019/2020 SSNAP awards begin on January 10, 2019 and close May 31, 2019. Approximately 50 finalists will be selected by an independent jury from across Canada to participate in the Finalists’ Exhibition on Salt Spring

Celebration of Craft

Call for entries

Eptek Art & Culture Centre, in partnership with the PEI Crafts Council, will host the 2019 edition of Celebration of Craft in the summer of 2019. This is a similar undertaking to the 2003, 2007, 2011, and 2015 editions of the fine craft exhibitions organized by this same partnership. The theme for the coming exhibit is PEI’s natural history. Eptek Centre invites entries from

MacNaught Gallery

MacNaught Gallery
Exhibition by members of The Red Sands Photo Club

Discover the Island, Discover the Artist exhibit featuring the works of The Red Sands Photo Club is now hanging at the MacNaught History Centre and Archives Gallery in Summerside as part of the ongoing Sixty Days of Fame series.

Red Sands Photo Club was started back in 2010 in Summerside and has built an impressive membership always eager to show

Island-made quality

Island-made quality
PEI Craft Centre ready for its first Holiday Season

It was big news for the PEI crafts community when the Prince Edward Island Centre for Craft opened its doors this year in downtown Charlottetown. 

The Centre is operated by the PEI Crafts Council (PEICC) and has a gallery and shop at street level with space on the second floor for workshops and other Council purposes. Claire Palmer is the

First and second

First and second
Holland College students win at photography competition

Connor Munn, a second-year student in Holland College’s Photography and Digital Imaging program, won Student Photographer of the Year at the Professional Photographers of Canada, Atlantic annual convention and image competition.

Connor’s image, entitled Victor’s Apple, was one of two that he submitted for the juried competition. His class

Carl Phillis show

Carl Phillis show

Carl Phillis will hold an art exhibition at Timothy’s World Coffee in downtown Charlottetown December 2 through 16.

In the year 1515 the Renaissance painter Tizino Vecellio created a painting entitled “Sacred and Profane Love.” In 1988 Carl chose to depict that allegorical painting, questioning the role of wealth and morality, on the top rim of a large pottery vase. Then in 2015 he gifted the vase

Gallery @ The Guild seeks submissions

The Gallery @ The Guild Programming Committee is seeking submissions for 2019 from, but not limited to: emerging artists; mid-career artists; established and senior artists; artists of diverse backgrounds; and underserved artist populations. As a cultural venue with its mandate for promotion and support for Island artists, The Guild’s Board of Directors have given clear direction for Island

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Some Upcoming Events

Home for the Holidays

Justin Shaw comedy show December 21
Kings Playhouse Home For The Holidays Comedy Show featuring Jus [ ... ]

At Eternity’s Gate

December 17–22
City Cinema PG, violence, sexual language
Dir: Julian Schnabel, Switzerland/UK, 111  [ ... ]

An Improvised Christmas Carol

December 20
The Guild ACT (a community theatre) presents An Improvised Christmas Carol at The Guild  [ ... ]

Recent News & Articles

Light Up the Dark

Confederation Centre holiday show Confederation Centre carries a long  tradition of producing  [ ... ]

Music workshops

Canadian composer Christine Donkin This November, the PEI Registered Music Teachers’ Association  [ ... ]

Eastern Canada Bluegrass Music Awards

34th Annual Eastern Canada Bluegrass Music Awards celebration took place in October in Truro, Nova S [ ... ]