Arts Quinte West was started in 2008 as a grassroots, member driven organization devoted to the promotion and presentation of all forms of the arts in our area. Quinte West’s growing artistic community is supported and enhanced by the activities of our club. We also work with the City of Quinte West whenever possible to action items in the Hastings County and Quinte Region Cultural Plan to grow the arts in our community. Our members represent a wide range of artistic expression from visual to performing arts and include local businesses and individuals who, while not actively involved in artistic pursuits want to support the arts.
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Jul20 Sculpture, painting, carving, photography, fibre arts, prints, art cards, beadwork, leather work, calligraphy and more. 23Church street Picton, ... Read more
Jul20 Art in the Park July 20, 2019 at Compass Court, Downtown Trenton See talented painters, wood-turners, glass artists, jewellers, fabric ... Read more
Jul20 Philip glass composed his Piano Concerto No 3 for piano and strings expressly for American pianist Simone Dinnerstein. Westben ... Read more
Jun 28, 2019 – With You by Ella Wagner By Fiona Campbell June is Pride month, a time when LGBTQ+ communities around the world celebrate the freedom to be themselves. But Pride is about more than … Read more
Apr 26, 2019 – Kenny and Sanford first met in the schoolyard at St. Peter Catholic School in Trenton in the late 1970’s. Kenny was in grade five; Sanford was a few years behind. “He was always b… Read more
May 3, 2019 – Photo credit: Brian Choi Great things are happening at the Quinte Arts Council! Executive Director Janet Jarrell welcomes two new faces to the QAC: Fiona Campbell as Director of Co… Read more