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Ember Swift – http://www.emberswift.com
Tuesday, April 20th in Edmonton
Sidetrack Cafe, 10333 – 112th St.
7:00pm / $12
For more info: 780-421-1326
Wednesday, April 21st in Grand Prairie
Second Street Theatre, 10130 98th Ave.
With Stephan Kijek
8:00pm / $18
For more info: 780-538-1616
TGIF Seminar Series, an ongoing event
The seminars, sponsored by the Centre for Molecular Medicine and Therapeutics, are held on Fridays at 4:00 p.m. in the Chan Auditorium (950 W. 28th.) They will feature invited external scientists and representatives from each lab. Refreshments will be available after the seminar. You can contact Dora Surname Pak at firstname.lastname@example.org or (604) 875-3841 for more information on this free event. Check the website for future dates.
Mission Nutrition Show
6900 Airport Rd. Mississauga, ON
9:00 am Friday, May 14, 2004
9:00 am Saturday, May 15, 2004
9:00 am Sunday, May 16, 2004
$10 – For more information call (905) 761-0580
Mission Nutrition Show focuses on the importance of healthy lifestyle initiatives in a unique, fun, festive, interactive and sophisticated environment. This Nutrition-Health Show breaks the conventional wave by introducing a show that appeals to people of all ages and walks of life! So far the list of keynote speakers includes: Dr. Earl Mindell, Dini Petty, Body Break, Dr. David Hill, MC Flipside, Caroline Dupont, Erika Wolff and many more to be confirmed.
Sportscard and Memorabilia Expo
6900 Airport Rd.
April 30: 1 p.m. – 10 p.m.
May 1: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
May 2: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
$10 adults; $3 children (6-12)
For more information contact
Buy, sell or swap your old cards at one of North America’s largest sports card events. Autograph sessions with hockey legends are scheduled for each day. Then there’s the 900 tables of memorabilia, including signed equipment and rare cards.
Begins April 2004
This year’s season includes productions of:
Pygmalion (George Bernard Shaw)
Ah, Wilderness! (Eugene O’Neill)
Man and Superman (George Bernard Shaw)
The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde)
Rutherfor and Son (Githa Sowerby)
Nothing Sacred (George F. Walker)
Three Men on a Horse (John Cecil Holm and George Abbott)
Waiting for the Parade (John Murrell)
Harlequinade (Terence Rattigan)
Pal Joey (Music by Richard Rogers, Lyrics by Lorenz Hart, Book by John O’Hara)
The Tinker’s Wedding (J. M. Synge)
Floyd Collins (Music and lyrics by Adam Guettel, Book by Tina Landau)
Harbourfront Reading Series
For a full events listing, including locations and fees: http://www.readings.org/
The Harbourfront Reading Series is one of the oldest and most admired public reading programmes in the world. Since its inception, over 3,500 of the world’s most distinguished authors have read at Harbourfront Centre, including a dozen Nobel laureates. The Series is designed to introduce the Canadian public to the finest international novelists, poets, playwrights, short story writers and biographers, while simultaneously providing Canadian writers with an internationally recognized forum in which to present their work.
Upcoming reading events include:
“¢ Robert Hough, Mark Sinnett – Mar 10
“¢ Guy Gavriel Kay in conversation with Mark Askwith – Mar 17
“¢ George Pelecanos, Peter Robinson – Mar24
“¢ Marilyn Bowering, Edwidge Danticat, Genichiro Takahashi – Mar31
“¢ David Helwig, Souvankham Thammavongsa, David Yezzi – Apr7
“¢ Heather Birrell, Annabel Lyon, Lisa Moore – Apr14
“¢ Natalee Caple, Russell Smith, Michael Turner – Apr 21
“¢ Susan Goyette, Steven Heighton, Michael Holmes,
“¢ August Kleinzahler – Apr28
The Clothing Show
Automotive Building – Exhibition Place
11:00 am – 7 pm Saturday, May 15, 2004
11:00 am – 6 pm Sunday, May 16, 2004
$8. For more information call (416) 516-9859
To see a list of who is exhibiting please check out http://www.theclothingshow.com
The Clothing Show is a bi-annual shopping extravaganza held at the Automotive Building at the CNE. Featuring the best from independent Toronto clothing and jewellery designers, clothing stores and wholesalers with savings up to 80 per cent off retail. The show also hosts the best selection of vintage and retro clothing, along with accessories from across Ontario. More than 200 vendors will participate in the show.
The Kodak Lectures is an ongoing international lecture series programmed by the School of Image Arts at Ryerson University in Toronto. Since 1975, a veritable who’s who from the world of image making has graced the stage at Ryerson, including Dutch photographer and video artist Rineke Dijkstra, Canadian “cyborg” Steven Mann, German artists Bernd and Hilla Becher, and Oscar-nominated Canadian filmmaker Atom Egoyan. You may contact Robert Burley at (416) 979-5167 for more information. A list of the presenters can be found via their website.
ALEXANDRIA, VA – USA
In2Words: Numbers & Words
June 10-July 18 and July 24-August 22
DEADLINES for both exhibitions: FRIDAY, APRIL 2.
$25 for slides of up to 3 works.
Call 703.838.4565 x 4
Send SASE to:
In2Words, 105 N Union St, Alexandria VA, 22314
An exhibition in two parts exploring the use of numbers and words in art. Part One:Numbers, juried by Sarah Tanguy, Independent Curator, Washington, DC, exhibit dates: June 10-July 18. Part Two:Words, juried by Krystyna Wasserman, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, exhibit dates: July 24-August 22. All artists/all media. Broad interepretations encouraged. Artists can apply to either or both exhibits. Awards up to $650.
The Unconventional Convention on Starting and Operating a Visual Art Center
May 21-22, 2004
Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA
Registration fee by March 1: $300, $350 thereafter. Organizations may pay registration for 2 attendees and send up to 5 representatives.
Contact AACVAC at: email@example.com
Call 703-838-4565 x 6.
A convention focusing on how to start and operate visual arts centers for the benefit of both artists and the public. The exciting program will feature five panel sessions with experts and representatives from the following fields: Cultural Tourism; Visual Art Center Prototypes; Architectural Renovations and Occupational Health Considerations; Community Outreach and Support; and Self-Governance. One of the main goals of the conference is to examine the economic and cultural advantages of public visual art centers. The panels will allow groups planning such centers to learn from established organizations and will provide existing centers an opportunity to compare experiences. The two-day program will include a closing night celebration that coincides with the Torpedo Factory Art Center’s 30th Anniversary. The Torpedo Factory is one of the oldest and most successful public visual art centers in the United States. Sponsored by The Alliance for the Advancement of Community Art Centers. Associate sponsors include Partners for Livable Communities, Americans for the Arts, National League of Cities, the Friends of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, and Home & Design Magazine.
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