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Brock students heading to Weengushk Film Institute in spring

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Brock students heading to Weengushk Film Institute in spring

Brock University press release – When spring registration opened Monday, students examining the course offerings in the Film program found a surprise opportunity — a third-year film production course at the Weengushk Film Institute (WFI) on Manitoulin Island. This marks the first time in the history of the Film program, Canada’s oldest, that the course […]

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Music for food for those in need

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Music for food for those in need

Arts Place Gallery was filled with the sound of wonderful music Sunday afternoon, music which helped out those in need. Local musicians Rosemary Cote and Mary Lou Minor played to a full house at the Port Colborne gallery, the price of admission was non-perishable food donated to help out Port Cares Reach Out Food Centre. […]

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YouTube star to speak at Terry O’Malley Lecture

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YouTube star to speak at Terry O’Malley Lecture

Brock University press release – With more than five million subscribers, Brock University alumnus Matthew Santoro has become a YouTube sensation. The Welland native will be the speaker at the Terry O’Malley Lecture Wednesday, March 2 at Brock. Santoro (BAcc ’09; MAcc ’10) creates engaging, in-your-face infotainment videos for his millions of YouTube fans. Known […]

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Chorus Niagara presents Eternity

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Chorus Niagara presents Eternity

Bach Mass in B Minor as you’ve never seen it before! Chorus Niagara presents a feast for the eyes and the ears in Partridge Hall at the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre with Eternity Saturday, March 5, 7:30pm; pre-concert chat at 6:30pm. Join us for this momentous Canadian premiere of the live performance of Johann Sebastian […]

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The Foster Festival moves to Cairns Recital Hall

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The Foster Festival moves to Cairns Recital Hall

The Foster Festival is on the move Artistic Director Patricia Vanstone is happy to announce that The Foster Festival will now present its inaugural season this summer in Cairns Hall in the FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre. “We have reached near capacity for some performances this summer” Foster Festival Executive Director Emily Oriold explains. “When Steve […]

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Remaining Canadian Authors Series lineup announced

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Remaining Canadian Authors Series lineup announced

The Canadian Authors Series announced its final authors for the 2015-2016 season. Hazel McCallion, the longest serving mayor of Mississauga, will be on the Roselawn Centre for the Living Arts stage on Thursday, February 25. In her memoir, McCallion writes about her early years as the feisty mayor of a growing city; battles with politicians […]

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