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Art Pontiac - Calendar of events at the Stone School
Article published on 7 May 2018
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SPRING INTO ARTS LE PRINTEMPS EST ARRIVÉ

Calendar of events at the Stone School

Portage-du-Fort
www.artPontiac.com

MAY
Saturday May 5
Print Day from 10 am to 3 pm

Saturday May 12
Pontiac School of the Arts “Open House” from 4 pm to 6 pm.
Meet the instructors and learn about the courses offered.

Saturday May 12
“Art Social” from 6 pm to 9 pm and every 2nd Saturday of the month Socialize while creating art of your choice

May 27 and June 3
Course
Exploring Watercolour 1: A Beginners Basic Step-by Step Course with Linda Girard

JUNE
June 9, 10, 16, and 17
Pontiac Artists’ Studio Tour: Visit 2 artists at the Stone School Gallery and 10 more at their studios.

June 22 to July 22
Exhibitions
Ruby Ewen “Origins”
Tina Petrovicz “AnAnimated Outlook”
Vernissage June 22

June 26 to June 29
Course
Pontiac Printmaking-Introductory course with Robert Hinchley

JULY
July 8 and 15
Course
Exploring Watercolour 2: Intermediate Step-by-step Course with Linda Girard.

July 10 and 11
Course
Floor cloths Art You Can Walk On! with Tina Michaud

July 21 and 22
Course
Screen Writing Boot Camp with Jennifer Mulligan.

July 27 to Aug19
Exhibitions
Linda Girard “Ruinous”
Mike Taylor “Revenge of the Mods”
Vernissage July 27

AUGUST
August 7 to 11
Course
Pontiac Printmaking:Advanced -Intermediate with Robert Hinchley.
August 19 and 26
Course
Exploring Watercolour 3: Advanced Step-by-step Course with Linda Girard

Aug 24 to Sept 16
Exhibitions
Bonnie Zimmerling, Jill Alexander & Diana Wakely “Alternative Views”
“Pontiac Frames” Fundraiser
Vernissage Aug 24

SEPTEMBER
Sept 21 to Oct 14
Exhibitions
“Dam Art” Annual members’ exhibition exploring the theme of “The Way We Are”
“Metamorphosis” A travelling exhibition
“Works on Paper” original artworks on paper
Vernissage Sept 21

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