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4-day Entertainment Outlook

Welcome to your four day entertainment forcast. The snow has stopped falling and it's time to get out there! If you have any other arts-related events or activities that you would like to add to our page, email us at arts@sootoday.
Welcome to your four day entertainment forcast. The snow has stopped falling and it's time to get out there!

If you have any other arts-related events or activities that you would like to add to our page, email us at arts@sootoday.com

Thursday January 26

Art Gallery of Algoma ~ 10 East St. presents Bon Soo Artists Reception at 7:30pm. Call 949-9067.

www.artgalleryofalgoma.on.ca

Friday January 27

Algoma Conservatory of Music ~ Presents Happy Birthday Mozart at the Kiwanis Theatre Centre at 2pm. Call 253-4373.

Sunday January 29

Chris Seidemann ~ Recorder recital at 3pm. East-Korah Maxwell United Church, Forth Line / Peoples Rd. Admission by Donation.

UPCOMING
Algoma International Film Association ~ TBA. Film scheduled February 5 for 7:00pm at the Galaxy Cinema.

www.algomafilms.com

Sault Theatre Workshop ~ 121 Pittsburg Ave. presents Seconds at Sault Theatre Workshop Studio Theatre February 3 & 4 at 8pm. Call Lee Ann 759-8160, Sandra 946-4081 or Gail 946-4513.

www.saulttheatre.com

Face & Form Art Show ~ Joan Kelly and Diane Blazek at Upstairs at Rome’s 44 Great Northern Rd. on February 4 from 10am to 5pm. Call 705-253-1726.

Pull Chain ~ Presents Maggie’s Getting Married at the Windsor Park February 8 to 11 dinner 6:30pm and show 8:00pm. February 12 dinner 12:30pm and show 2:00pm. Call 779-3075.

Algoma Arts Festival Association ~ Annual General Meeting Thursday February 9 at 7:00pm the Algoma’s Water Tower Inn.

Sault Symphony Orchestra ~ Presents Broadway Heroes at the Kiwanis Community Theatre Centre February 11. Show begins at 8:00pm. Tickets available at the Station Mall Box Office call 945-7299.

Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie & District – 369 Queen St. E. Look for their Annual Valentine’s Art & Treasures Silent Auction February 10, 11 and 12 at the Station Mall Art Space near Zellers. Help support the Arts call 945-9756.

EXHIBITIONS

Sault Ste. Marie Museum ~ 690 Queen St. E. exhibiting Busy Hands until the end of January. Call 759-7278.

www.saultmuseum.com

Village Potters ~ 503 Queen St. E. showing Janet Johnson Quilts until February 15. A Retrospective of

Zoltan Szabo February 15 until April 15.

Art Gallery Of Algoma ~ 10 East St. presents Beneath the Threshold until January 28. Marlene Hilton Moore The Portrait Series showing January 26 until March 4. Bon Soo Juried Art Show January 26 until February 11. Call 949-9067.

www.artgalleryofalgoma.on.ca

Roses Art Gallery ~ 358 Queen St. E. exhibiting Doug Bradford, Jane Scott-Barsanti, Ellen Hadath, Shirley Fera, Donna Montgomery, Holly Boudreau until January 29. Robert Carmichael, Gwen Keatley, Doug Bradford, Karen Nisbet and Marty Oja January 27 until February 5.

Among Trees Art Studio ~ Lucie M. Gagnon, Goulais River, has originals and reproductions. Call 705-649-4163.

Engami Studio ~ Thessalon, award winning equine and wildlife imagery by Heather D. Mitchell. Call 705-842-0380, email hmitchell12@hotmail.com.

Watercolours by Sheila ~ Coles Bay Rd., Big Basswood Lake is open throughout the winter. Call for an appointment at 842-3599.


CLASSES
Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie & Upstairs at Rome’s ~ Presents Screen Printing January 28 for children 7 to 12 from 10am to 12pm. The Evolushun of Film workshop runs 5 weeks January 23 to February 20 at 6:30pm to 8:30pm. Tailored to snow enthusiasts. Gain the knowledge needed to shoot, edit and produce mini-movies. Registration at Rome’s Customer Service Desk or by calling 253-1726. Class size is limited.

Hand Embroidery with Wendy McKenney. Registration begins now for March and April. Call Life’s A Stitch 254-3339.

Theresa Baic ~ Watercolour painting with Theresa Baic for beginners and experienced painters. The first class starts February 7 & 8. Class size is limited. Call Theresa at 949-4742 or e-mail artist01@shaw.ca

Art Gallery of Algoma ~ 10 East St. presents Saturday Art Making January 21 to February 25 and March 4 to April 15, Picasso Club Thursday’s January 19 to February 23 and March 2 to April 13, March Break March 13 to 17. Call 949-9067.

www.artgalleryofalgoma.on.ca

Kerry Foster Performance Arts ~ Latin Dance lessons at Downbeat Lounge every Thursday at 8pm until the end of June 2006. Vocal, dance & guitar lessons are available call 253-1163 for more information.

Cornwall Building Art Centre ~ Art and Craft Workshops. Tole painting Tuesdays at 6:30pm, Pottery Classes Wednesday and Thursday at 10am, Mosaic Classes Monday and Wednesday at 6:30pm, Watercolour classes. Call 256-5800.

Watercolours by Sheila ~ Art classes at Sowerby Hall. Call 705-842-3599 or sheicurr@netscape.on.ca.

Berkana Art Studio ~ 769 Queen St. E. Classes - Supplies - Gallery. Call Taimi 942-2610.

Elizabeth Creith ~ Courses and classes (pottery, spinning, felting, knitting etc.) held in Thessalon. Call 705-842-3817 or www.hedgehogceramics.ca .

Craft’s On Wheels ~ Adult art and craft workshops available as well as children’s. One stroke art classes are available to groups upon request. Call Halina at 253-3877.

CALL FOR ENTRY

Arts Council of Sault Ste. Marie & District – 369 Queen St. E. Looking for donations for their Annual Art & Treasures Silent Auction February 10, 11 and 12 at the Station Mall Art Space near Zellers. Help support the Arts call 945-9756.

Berkana Art Studio ~ 796 Queen St. E, is looking for innovative art in all medias. Works must be original and suitable for presentation. Call 942-2610 or e-mail Berkana@shaw.ca

White Mountain Academy of the Arts presents Professional Artist Research Residency Program for more information contact The Academy at 1-800-368-8655.

www.whitemountianacademy.edu

Art Rapids ~ Elk Rapids MI presents a juried fine-arts event. Entry Deadline February 15 2006. For entry application visit their website at www.elkrapidschamber.org/artrapids.htm ;






Carol Martin

About the Author: Carol Martin

Carol has over 17-years experience in journalism, was raised in Sault Ste. Marie, and has also lived and worked in Constance Lake First Nation, Sudbury and Kingston before returning to her hometown to join the SooToday team in 2004.
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