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Roslyn Levin – Sum-é artist and more

April 15, 2021   ·   0 Comments

By Constance Scrafield “I just got back from mailing some stuff that’s going to Scotland: a misty piece – a landscape called ‘Tree Tops Through ...

Local women announces release of novel, ‘Becoming Leidah’

By Constance Scrafield Michelle Grierson is extremely pleased to announce the release of her first novel, next week on April 13, 2021: Becoming Leidah is ...

First up at Theatre Orangeville Online: The Rules of Playing Risk

By Constance Scrafield What a pleasure to interview David Nairn and Liam MacDonald via Facetime this week, to talk about the upcoming Theatre Orangeville Online ...

Theatre Orangeville’s very special ‘Hybrids’ coming soon

By Constance Scrafield The succession and successes of Theatre Orangeville Online has finally arrived to a much-demanded series of new plays, coming up this spring ...

Fromage – the art of a cheese shop’s survival

By Constance Scrafield The creative mind is that of an artist, whatever the subject matter. Surviving COVID protocols and enforced restrictions at best and shut-downs ...

Alton Mills Art Centre reopens to the public

By Constance Scrafield After more than three months of being locked down, the Alton Mills Arts Centre reopened its doors to the community yesterday (March ...

Review of Theatre Orangeville’s Script-Tease – Laneway Café

By Constance Scrafield To pass from one phase to another in an obvious and clear way, using a transitional path makes the shift interesting and ...

Dragonfly – Artists work here: welcome to visit

By Constance Scrafield “It was always a goal to have studios,” Joan Hope, owner of Dragonfly, told the Citizen. “Educating the public is a huge ...

Theatre Orangeville’s transition to online plays

By Constance Scrafield Next up for the remarkable series Theatre Orangeville Online has been presenting since September, 2020, is Laneway Café, by Marni Walsh, starring ...

Review of Theatre Orangeville’s An Affair of the Heart

By Constance Scrafield If it works well, always make it a bit better seems to be the philosophy, as Theatre Orangeville’s An Affair of the ...

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