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Breast Clock Unveiled By Winnipeg Artist

Winnipeg-based fine art photographer offers a timely gift for romantic couples, the Breast Clock, featuring an artistic rendering of a woman's breasts on the dial face of a contemporary wall clock.

Canadian Short Screenplay Competition Winner Minus Lara to Bow at 65th Yorkton Film Festival

The Canadian Short Screenplay Competition’s 2009 2nd place script ‘Minus Lara’ written by Surita Parmar will have its world premiere bow as part of the 65th Yorkton Film Festival in Yorkton, SK, May 26-29, 2011.

New Lawrence Chrismas book celebrates lives of Drumheller Valley coal miners

Duotone portraits and personal stories capture miners’ pride and love for coal mining when ‘Coal was King’

25th Annual Shipwrecks Conference Sails to Fort Langley National Historic Site

For over 100 years, the riches of the maritime fur trade dominated British, American and Russian interest in exploring the Pacific Northwest. It was a high risk business as voyages lasted almost three years. This year's shipwrecks conference will look at the how the trade developed and exploration and survey work done by the society on wrecks associated with the fur trade.

Our keynote speaker, Dr.Shelley Wachsmann, will present information about deep water archaeology and the discovery and raising of the Sea of Galilee Boat, popularly known as "the Jesus boat."

Free Creative Painting Workshops

ART for Cancer Foundation offers free Creative Painting Workshops for cancer patients, their families and care providers

For immediate release - Toronto, Canada- April 4, 2011 – Sometimes there just are no words to express how you’re feeling when you are living with cancer. Painting is a powerful way to let your hands do the talking.


Company provides professional, paid experience to young opera singers

Toronto, ON - 30 March, 2011. Metro Youth Opera presents its inaugural season with a production of Mozart’s classic Così fan tutte on April 10, 2011.

Calgary Entrepreneur Nominated for National Event Professional of the Year Award

Successful entrepreneur from Calgary, AB, Ciara Daykin, is nominated for the prestigious Canadian Event Professional of the Year Award at the Star Gala held in Toronto on March 25th. If she goes on to win the award, it will be monumental for the Calgary event industry.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Pianist-composer Adam Sherkin performs debut at Jane Mallett Theatre in Toronto.‬

Distinct music for solo piano forged in tradition and contemporary relevance.

Mario Beaudoin Launches ‘Painting of the Day’ Press Release - Sherbrooke, QUEBEC, April 01, 2009 - The Bowdoin Company announced today the launch of 'Painting of the Day' by established Quebec artist Mario Beaudoin.


Despite the current economy, Island Arts Magazine continues to grow Press Release - Qualicum Beach BC: Susan Schaefer, Young At Art Studios, is pleased to announce the First Anniversary of Island Arts Magazine ISSN 1918-252X with the Spring 09 issue due out March 1, 2009. This issue features Nana Cook and the Island Potters on and around Vancouver Island, BC.

Watercolour workshop with William Band at Visual Arts Brampton studio

Join William Band early next year, and learn drawing and watercolour techniques. Press Release - Looking to learn how to paint with watercolours? Look to Visual Arts Brampton, for an early 2009 workshop with professional watercolour artist William Band.

1st ANNUAL MUSEUM OF INUIT ART WINTER RIDE Press Release - TORONTO, ON - Join us for a winter bike ride to raise awareness for the Museum of Inuit Art (MIA), Toronto's newest museum. The January 1, 2009 ride kicks off the New Year and MIA's membership drive. The ride starts at 10 AM at Yonge and Finch, and ends at MIA's Harbourfront location around 11:15 AM.

Daniel Beaudoin Vernisage Sept. 2nd

An art expo shatters myths with unusual colours.

"It's The Beauty In Ugliness That Really Excites Me." Press Release - From September 2nd to 8th, artist Daniel Beaudoin will present a selection of new artwork that he has created over the past four years. The themes of his show include Boxing', Portraits'and, for the first time, The Circus. The show will take place at Galerie Marie-Anne, 1040A Marie-Anne St., in Montreal's Plateau Mont-Royal district.

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