January 21, 2014

Classes at Cre8ery - February through March 2014 l Perchance to Dreame, by Les Voix humaines l Where’s Gesualdo? l Night of Indulgence l Vern Thiessen: Shakespeare's Will

How to Use Your Digital Camera with Leif Norman
Feb 1, 1-3pm; $50 for members; $55 non members.
DSLR cameras are preferred: you may bring point and shoot cameras if your camera has manual mode. Bring a manual, camera batteries and memory card to the workshop.
Registration Deadline January 25, 5pm

Mixed Media Mosaic Project with Sylvia Cunningham,
Feb 8, 12:30-4:30, $55 per member; $62.50 non-members, includes supplies - personal materials may be brought
Design and make an 8"x10" framed non-grouted mixed media mosaic piece.
Honour your grandmother's broken brooch, or a special chipped teacup.
Registration Deadline February 1, 5pm

How to Document your 2D artwork with a digital camera with Leif Norman
February 15, 1-3 pm, $50 for members, $55 for non members (camera that switches into manual mode) For tips on how to photograph your 2D art.
How to Use Your Digital Camera workshop is a prerequisite.
Registration Deadline: February 8, 5pm

Managing your Priorities as an artist, Jordan Miller
February 16, 1-3pm, $20
Where do you start when it comes to the business side? Artists will set goals for both their artistic careers and the management of their careers. Get organized and get to work!

Image Transfers without Chemicals (with mixed media) with Jordan Miller
3 Sundays, February 23, March 2 & March 9, 1-4pm
$110 for members, $125 for non members, supplies included. Beginners welcome.
How to use image transfers in your art and finish the piece by using mixed media. How to transfer text, images, prints, drawings, and magazine images!  No chemicals will be used.  If there are specific magazine images you would like to use, please bring them with you.

Jordan Miller, cre8ery Director, 204-944-0809 or email

Performances at Crescent Fort Rouge United Church
February 4, 2014 at 8:00 pm
Perchance to Dreame, by Les Voix humaines

We are extremely proud to present the renowned Montréal early music group, Les Voix humaines. Founded in 1985, they have toured the world, and produced more than 40 recordings. Perchance to Dreame features Charles Daniels, tenor; Sylvain Bergeron, lute; and Susie Napper and Margaret Little, violas da gamba, perform the music of Purcell,
Henry and William Lawes, Christopher Simpson and John Jenkins.

Tickets: adults and seniors $25, students $12
Where’s Gesualdo?
March 8, 2014 at 8:00 pm and March 9, 2014 at 3:00 pm

Gesualdo, the maverick Italian Renaissance nobleman/ composer/murderer, has always fascinated us. His strange chromatic harmonies could be from today rather than 1600. In fact, the modern mavericks—Berg, Schoenberg and Stravinsky—loved his work. This concert weaves together works from both periods, plus Andrew Balfour and Michael McKay.
We are honoured to have Christopher Jackson, one of the top early music conductors.

Tickets: adults $28, seniors $23, students $12, available at McNally Robinson Booksellers, by phone 204-918-4547, and at the door of each concert, and through our website.

Camerata Nova continues to participate in eyeGO to the Arts, to encourage students (grades 9 to 12) to attend live arts performances for $5 per concert. Individual subscriptions for 2013-2014 are $50 (adults), $45 (seniors) and $20 (students), and
buddy subscriptions (two tickets to each concert) are $95, $85 and $35.

Night of Indulgence… Food, Wine, Chocolate & Art
February 6, 2014
Rembrandt’s, One Wellink Drive at Highway 44, Lockport, Manitoba

For tickets, please contact Frances Wellink, 204-757-4441
$115 inclusive – Dinner & Wine Package l $85 inclusive – Dinner Package only
Cocktails 6:00 pm: Passed Appetizers and Cash Bar
Dinner 7:00 pm: 5 Course Dinner Complimented with Hints of Chocolate Throughout

Art will be on display for purchase from The WAVE Artists Group.
Doreen Pendgracs will be onsite to guide guests through the World of Chocolate. 

February 7 to March 23
Jungle Theater, 2951 Lyndale Av. S. in Minneapolis

Shakespeare's Will, written by award-winning Canadian playwright Vern Thiessen, premiered in 2005, and has played in numerous theatres, including the Stratford Shakespeare Festival in 2011.

After the death of William Shakespeare, his widow, Anne Hathaway (played by Cathy Fuller), recalls her life with - and without - the enigmatic poet.
Bain Boehlke directs an imaginative story of a wife and mother who made tremendous sacrifices for love and life.  With a compelling period soundscape created by C. Andrew Mayer and Boehlke's set, inspired by Hathaway's Cottage near Stratford-upon-Avon.

Tickets are available at (612) 822-7063 or online.  Discounts are available.  Rush tickets every night 30 minutes prior to the performance for $10 off the regular price.

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