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April 25, 2014

Ken Gregory and Diana Thorneycroft / Shakespeare & Me / submissions l Beltaine in the Park 2014 l Music Monday l ACI: Telling Our Stories l 6 Guitars l Laff Night: Moshe Kasher

Ace Art, 2-290 McDermot Avenue
April 29 - Please arrive between 6:45 and 7:00
Ken Gregory and Diana Thorneycroft unveil two new pieces of art, each inspired by the other in an experimental approach to their creative process.  This experiment is part of a new documentary, and we welcome an audience that doesn't object to being filmed.
April 30, 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

"Shakespeare & Me" is an informal ONE-OFF workshop/reading of a one-man show Rod has been working on, which covers a bit of biographical history and fun Shakespearean anecdotes, as well as performances of key monologues and scenes from the plays.

also submissions requested - Deadline: noon on May 13

If you are a student in Manitoba taking an art class, you are eligible to apply.
To install and exhibit from 16th - 29th July 2014

Please submit up to 3 pieces on any theme in any medium to Hanna.  Include:
- a one-page artist statement
- an image list
- Each image should not exceed 1024x768 pixels, 72dpi and/or 50kb.
No more than 9 images total

May 4, 12:00 pm
Kildonan Park, 2015 Main Street

Welcome all to Beltaine in the Park 2014!
This is an open circle, public is welcome!
Children and pets welcome (as long as they are well behaved - pets that is).

Join us for an open public ritual to welcome Beltaine.
There will be a clothes swap, children's corner, and jewelry and crafty things to buy!
There will be bagpipes, ritual and the Maypole!
Bring your drums, bells, flutes and other instruments - music is magic!
If you can't stand in Circle you are welcome to sit on a chair during ritual.

Feast after ritual. Please label your food in case of allergies.
Lots of veggies, fruits, breads and meat! Bring your plates, cups, utensils!
Let's have another great feast!

May 5, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET

Music Monday has touched the lives of millions across Canada who perform the same song on the same day, at the same time, uniting the entire country in song.

Music Monday celebrates its tenth anniversary with a live webcast linking events across the country; ending at 12:50 pm with synchronized nationwide performances of I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing) with former Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Chris Hadfield, led by Maestro Bramwell Tovey of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra at the TELUS World of Science in Vancouver.

I.S.S. was written by Col. Chris Hadfield and Barenaked Ladies’ Ed Robertson and is available on the web site in several arrangements and languages.

Music Monday 2013 from Ontario Science Centre - with Chris Hadfield 

11:30 am - 12:30 pm on the Grand Staircase in the Manitoba Legislature
A special concert will feature performances by students from Walter Whyte School, St. Maurice School, Emerson Elementary School, Ashern Central School, and Maples Collegiate Institute. 

May 9 and May 10
North Centennial Recreation and Leisure Facility, 90 Sinclair St.

Registration: $35 early bird and ACI members; $55 for non-members after May 2
register by email or call Lindsey at 204.927.2787

May 9, 7 pm, doors open at 6 pm, FREE
Keynote speech and reception
Keynote speaker: Judith Marcuse

ACI Manitoba Inc. presents Artists + Community: Telling Our Stories
A professional development event for artists and community members featuring
keynote presentation by Judith Marcuse, MC Asa Nodelman, workshops by Sue Hemphill,
Judith Marcuse, Leah Fontaine, Ursula Neufeld, Talia Pura, and Donna Besel, and
a chance for networking among community arts movers and shakers.

Tom Hendry Warehouse, 140 Rupert Ave. at Lily St.
$20 MTC Box Office,174 Market Avenue - 204-942-6537
May 9, 8 pm Buy tickets 
May 10, 3 pm Buy tickets 
May 10, 8 pm Buy tickets 

6 Guitars by Chase Padgett and Jay Hopkins
A pitch perfect blend of music, comedy and characters. Chase Padgett delivers a virtuosic performance as he becomes six different guitar players – each with their own distinct voice, views and musical style, from a 19 year old rock prodigy to an 87 year old blues man.

As each character dives deeper into their hilarious takes on music and life, we see that the barriers of music aren't as concrete as we think.

May 10
Laff Night at Rumours
Tickets are only $17.00 
50% of Ticket Sales go to the Manitoba Pug Rescue.

Come out for a belly-tickling good time as Comedian Moshe Kasher makes you laugh until you cry!  It's a Good Cause and a Fun Time!

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