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January 2020

Writing Workshops for Youth

January 22 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
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4 Wednesday Afternoons
Scugog Council for the Arts, 181 Perry Street, Unit G1
Port Perry, Ontario L9L 1A7 Canada
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$75.00

Do you love to write? Would you like to enter your writing in a contest with cash prizes? Scugog Arts is offering a series of workshops for youth from 12-20 years old where you can learn techniques of “ekphrastic writing” – writing inspired by art. Come to these workshops to learn and practice creative writing skills and get a head start on developing your entry for the 2020 Scugog Literary Prize for Youth, as well as developing skills that will…

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Literary Contest Open For Entries

January 27 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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An event every week that begins at 8:00 am on Monday, repeating until April 13, 2020

Scugog Council for the Arts, 181 Perry Street, Unit G1
Port Perry, Ontario L9L 1A7 Canada
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$15.00 – $20.00

The Voice of Art - Themed Writing Contest The word Ekphrasis translates to “description” in Greek and ekphrastic writing describes or is inspired by a work of art. The Voice of Art Literary Contest for 2020 offers 4 pieces of visual art from its Annual Juried Show as inspiration for the contest entries. Works for inspiration Chair Series 11, oil painting by Charles Choi The Boss, photography by Jennifer Burrows Pizza Box, lino print by Erin Le Page Misty Morning,…

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February 2020

Pulp Fiction: Takacs & Le Page

February 8 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 11:00 am, repeating until February 29, 2020

Scugog Council for the Arts, 181 Perry Street, Unit G1
Port Perry, Ontario L9L 1A7 Canada
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Free

  Pulp Fiction: An Exhibition of paper maché sculptures by Erika Takacs and lino-prints by Erin LePage Feb 8 – 29, 2020 Opening Reception Saturday Feb 8, 1-3 pm. Everyone Welcome. “The human form allows me to tell visual stories that combine fiction and reality through a sculptural language that draws from personal experience, but literary and mythical narratives as well.” Erica Takacs “My work focuses on small moments of tenderness. ” Erin Le Page  

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Pulp Fiction: Opening Reception

February 8 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Scugog Council for the Arts, 181 Perry Street, Unit G1
Port Perry, Ontario L9L 1A7 Canada
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Free

Pulp Fiction: An Exhibition of paper maché sculptures by Erika Takacs and lino-prints by Erin LePage Feb 8 – 29, 2020 Opening Reception Saturday Feb 8, 1-3 pm. Everyone Welcome. “The human form allows me to tell visual stories that combine fiction and reality through a sculptural language that draws from personal experience, but literary and mythical narratives as well.” Erica Takacs “My work focuses on small moments of tenderness. ” Erin Le Page    

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March 2020

Playing at the Edges: Simpson & Whitebread

March 7 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
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An event every day that begins at 11:00 am, repeating until March 28, 2020

Scugog Council for the Arts, 181 Perry Street, Unit G1
Port Perry, Ontario L9L 1A7 Canada
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Free

Playing at the Edges: An Exhibition of Mixed-media by Sue Whitebread and Glass by Lis Simpson March 7-28, 2020 Opening Reception Sat. March 7, 1-3 pm. Everyone Welcome “Our art plays with the concepts of bold colour, light and whimsy. Inspired by the art of Marc Chagall and Dale Chihuly, we use our creative imaginations to go beyond.”

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Playing at the Edges: Opening

March 7 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Scugog Council for the Arts, 181 Perry Street, Unit G1
Port Perry, Ontario L9L 1A7 Canada
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Free

Playing at the Edges: An Exhibition of Mixed-media by Sue Whitebread and Glass by Lis Simpson March 7-28, 2020 Opening Reception Sat. March 7, 1-3 pm. Everyone Welcome “Our art plays with the concepts of bold colour, light and whimsy. Inspired by the art of Marc Chagall and Dale Chihuly, we use our creative imaginations to go beyond.”

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