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Vous pouvez apporter votre repas du midi. Our newest pieces were crafted by Stanstead jeweller Julie Mineau. L'exposition des oeuvres de ces deux artistes est fascinante et dynamique. En travaillant avec Ellinghaus, il a pu explorer et analyser la forme humaine avec plus de profondeur qu'avant. Humourist Ross Murray will be the master of ceremonies. Do join us in Lennoxville for this Christmas celebration!
I like to leave the marks of my hands and fingers on a piece, so whoever owns it can see my mark. They work together on the design and production at their Pigeon Hill studio, and through the years have established a strong customer base.
Mills works in raku, making hand-built sculptures and pinch pots. Raku requires a special clay, which is mixed with sand to reduce the thermal shock of going from a propane-fired kiln heated to one thousand degrees Celsius directly into straw or sawdust. Mills uses a copper or other oxide glaze, which crackles in the sawdust; when the smoke enters these unglazed cracks, it creates the beautiful black tracings characteristic of raku. Decades of experience have reduced the number of surprises for Mills; nevertheless, her finished products always have an element of chance that delights her and results in the uniqueness of each piece.
Mills, who was born and raised in London, England, was strongly encouraged by her parents to appreciate art; during her childhood, she made frequent visits to museums and art galleries with them. One of her aunts, who owned a gallery, was a potter. Mills moved to Canada at the age of nineteen, earned her undergraduate degree in fine arts and education at Concordia University, and then worked in pottery, serving many apprenticeships. Together they have taught many aspiring potters and helped to kindle awareness of the skilled artists in the area. They have given workshops at their studio, and, as part of the provincial government's Artists in Schools program, have travelled to communities throughout Quebec, including the Cree Nation of Nemaska, to teach children.
Mills has exhibited in Canada, France, England, and the United States, and won an award of merit at the Fireworks Exhibition for a set of nesting bowls. She is represented with one of her floating clay spheres water installations in the book Ceramic Sculptures, Contemporary Practice,Singular Works , published by Lark Books in After a long history of working with clay, Mills remains as enthusiastic as ever about her chosen medium.
It is the basis of my well-being and brings balance to my life. Ospreys, sometimes known as sea hawks, prefer to nest near water so that they can catch fish, their main dietary source. This one built a nest in a wetland overlooking Fitch Bay on Lake Memphremagog in the spring of There is one seminar left in the series. Forms and Contracts November 10, - pm Building good business relations starts with a good contract and procedures.
This seminar deals with the anatomy of a contract to help build your confidence during negotiations. As well we will address relevant legal aspects and documentation to maintain your healthy working relationships. Register by Nov 3. Not only is she an entrepreneur with a master's degree in business MBA but also an accomplished fine art photographer. Fairchild's passion is sharing with other artists the knowledge and expertise that she has developed over her fifteen-year career in design, marketing, and communications.
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Writing, like any other job, is about problem-solving, and we will endeavour to do that during the workshop. After a brief introduction and a discussion of some handouts, we will get down to the business of personal writing, which is all about transforming fact and memory into compelling stories.
This course will be hands-on and pragmatic. Participants are encouraged to submit a short approximately word piece of non-fiction, a personal essay or an excerpt from a memoir for class discussion at least a week prior to the workshop.
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Please email it to julia qwf. This is recommended but not necessary. If time allows, we will also do an in-class exercise. Here are some of the topics we will touch upon during the workshop: 1. What's the difference? Defining terms like creative non-fiction, memoir, personal essays, autobiography, and autobiographical fiction. Storytelling: The basics character, plot, dialogue, voice, style, structure and other scary words.
Discovering your subject: : as raw material, how to transform that raw material. Revise, revise, revise: The art of criticizing, analyzing. Editing and revising your own work. Marketing: Some tips on pitching your ideas and selling your work. He's a regular book reviewer for The Montreal Gazette and has written for a variety of publications. He lives in Montreal with his wife and son. Payment options are listed in the column to the right.
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pps.vn/components/wogil-capricorn-daily-horoscope.php There are two seminars left in the series. This practical course on event management includes how to find the right venue, pricing your work to sell, PR and promotion as well as scheduling. Register by Sept Light refreshments will be served. She lives on a farm in Milby, Quebec. Brenda Hartwell is a writer, editor, and community activist who lives in Baldwin's Mills. She is the driving force behind the Taproot anthologies, and a sampling of her non-fiction articles can be found at www. A few complimentary copies of the Profile of the English-speaking Community in the Eastern Townships, Second Edition , a book she edited and co-wrote with researcher Joanne Pocock in , will be available at Studio Georgeville.
Several copies of the latest Townships Sun, which features her article on Ann Scowcroft, will also be available free of charge. Heather Paterson studied creative writing at Concordia University and has since facilitated many writing workshops in Ottawa and some in the Townships. For many years she wrote short fiction, before turning to playwriting. Crossing Bridge , her second play, will be work-shopped by Ottawa's Third Wall Theatre, she hopes, in the fall. She is currently working on another comedy. At Studio Georgeville she will be reading from the first scene of Crossing Bridge.
Carolyn Rowell teaches creative writing at Bishop's University and, for many years, has led creative writing workshops in the local writing community. Carolyn lives in Baldwin's Mills Ann Scowcroft has been a professional writer and editor for many years, and was an academic for a few.
She has a PhD in Applied Linguistics and presently works in the field of humanitarian assistance. Quebec is home base. But, hey, they're so colourful that women might like to have one, too! For more information about the tie maker, please visit mexicocitytraffic. As you drive, please keep alert for snapping and painted turtles in the region. Roadside nesting is a precarious adventure for these ancient creatures. Vernissage Vendredi 15 juillet 17h h L'exposition se poursuit jusqu'au dimanche le 24 juillet These delightful pieces are sold to benefit the Children's Wish Foundation.
So why not take home a magical creation and help a child fulfill their dream. The workshop covers: understanding your market, pricing strategies that work, choosing the right venues for exhibiting, marketing skills, and making the most of public relations.
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Montreal-born Christa Fairchild is a marketing and business consultant in the art world, and offers business courses to artists in Montreal and Toronto. Not only is she an entrepreneur with a Master's degree in business MBA , but also an accomplished fine art photographer. Fairchild's passion is sharing with other artists the knowledge and expertise she's developed over her fifteen-year career in design, marketing, and communications. L'exposition se poursuit jusqu'au dimanche 5 juin Heather is a talented writer, editor, and teacher who lives on a farm on the outskirts of Georgeville.
Heather has been helping us for two years, and we thought that it was high time to give her some public kudos! Come and check out the books on our brand-new bookcases. Helga's talk will begin at p. Helga makes her home in Orford when she's not on assignment.
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An award-winning, multilingual writer-photographer, she has covered one hundred and seventy destinations, from Cuba to Oman, in the past three decades. Her illustrated feature stories have appeared in over one hundred newspapers and magazines, including the Globe and Mail and The Montreal Gazette. Helga has chosen thirty images out of her collection of ten thousand for reproduction in her new book and exhibition.
Although she continues to report on exotic places, Helga loves living in the Townships because, she says, they "remind me strongly of the two countries where I grew up - Scotland and Norway.
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