Events



JUN 1 – JUL 2

QAC’s 3rd Annual Everyone Under the Rainbow Show

June is Pride month, a time when LGBTQ+ communities around the world celebrate the freedom to be themselves. And so the Quinte Arts Council is proud to host the Third Annual Everyone Under the Rainbow show.

While the QAC gallery is still closed, we invite you to a celebration of art in a variety of mediums - sculpture, oil, acrylic, collage and digital - that reflects, respects, features and speaks to our LGBTQ2S+ community and allies. Featured artists Luis Cisneros, Sarah Winn, Daniel Fobert, Ella Wagner, Rosyln Dechert and Yuan-Quin Ingrid Kao are displayed in our Gallery Window at 36 Bridge Street East, Belleville. Our intention is to foster new connections with artists in our LGBTQ2S+ community in Quinte to provide a safe place for them to showcase and celebrate their art, and provide a safe place for them to be.

We are also hosting a virtual show that is open to submissions throughout the month of June. Register here.

 

Quinte Arts Council/Online

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JUN 12 – JUL 5

Fire & Form: Masters of Clay and Glass

Featuring nine leading Canadian ceramic and glass artists: Susan Collett, Steven Heinemann, Loren Kaplan, Grainne McHugh, Paula Murray, Susan Rankin, Julia Reimer, John Paul Robinson and Cheryl Wilson Smith, Fire and Form: Masters of Clay and Glass is committed to blowing your mind. Pun intended.

Oeno Gallery

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JUN 18 – JUL 4

Art in the County

Presented by the Prince Edward County Arts Council, Art in the County is the largest collection of original works by Prince Edward County artists. This year's juried exhibition and sale will take place online and feature 98 works of art by 63 artists. Until July 4th, view the 28th annual exhibition at http://www.artinthecounty.com.

Prince Edward County Arts Council

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JUN 22 – JUL 18
9:00am - 10:00pm

Quinte Ballet School Dance Showcase Videos on YourTV

Quinte Ballet School’s Dance Showcase videos from 2019 part of YourTV’s Summer Schedule from June 21 to July 18. Highlights include classical ballet from Sleeping Beauty to original works in jazz, hip hop and flamenco featuring 26 students from QBSC’s professional training program. Over 100 students from QBSC’s recreation program in 2019 also featured. Visit YourTV’s website for various dates and times of performances at http://www.yourtv.tv/belleville/schedule

Quinte Ballet School Online event

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JUN 24 – JUL 4
11:00am - 4:00pm

What’s Left Behind

Experience What’s Left Behind – an exhibition featuring recent paintings by Gerry Jenkison, Kato Wake, Penelope Patrick and Laurie Gruer.

The Bunker at The Armoury

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JUN 24 – JUN 24
6:00pm - 7:30pm

Creating LGBTQ2S Cultural Awareness Webinar

Increase your understanding, awareness and education of LGBTQ2S culture. The Bay of Quinte Regional Marketing Board, in partnership with SAGA-LGBTQ and Bay of Quinte Pride, invites you to attend this webinar about creating LGBTQ2S Cultural Awareness.

Online Eventbrite

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JUN 24 – JUN 27
9:00pm

OPENING WEEKEND: Mustang Drive-In PEC

Screen #1 Top Gun & Footloose! Screen #2 Antz & Zoolander We show different double features on each of our 2 giant screens Wednesday - Sunday (closed Mondays & Tuesdays) and the movies start just after sunset. Buy your ticket online now or take your chances at the gate. We always reserve a small portion of tickets for sales at the gate. If you have an online ticket you are guaranteed parking. Tickets are $30 each and good for ONE CARLOAD of up to 5 people.

Mustang Drive-In PEC

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JUN 26 – JUN 26
1:00pm

The Reasons @The Mustang Drive-In

Come on out to the Mustang Drive-in for a Saturday afternoon of live music with The Reasons! The show will run similar to our movie nights with the entertainment to be enjoyed from your vehicles. No problem with sitting in the back of your pickup or hatchback, or even a convertible! Tickets are $49 / carload (up to 5 people).

Mustang Drive-In PEC

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JUN 26 – JUN 26
1:00pm - 3:00pm

Clay Sculpting Demonstration by Olga Nabatova

Gallery 121 will host a clay sculpting demonstration by Olga Nabatova Saturday June 26th. She will sculpt a bust in clay from the live model. Olga is a sculptor, painter and virtual reality artist. The gallery also displays her interactive art pieces. These interactive prints are encoded with QR technology that come to life when the Artivive app is downloaded onto a smart telephone and placed in front of the artwork or print. Olga has animated each piece of art. The demonstration will take place outside Gallery 121 Saturday June 26, 1 pm to 3 pm.

Gallery 121

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JUN 26 – JUN 26
6:00pm - 8:00pm

Al Lerman & The Weber Brothers

Al Lerman RETURNS to the Old Church with the Weber Brothers! "The last time I played with the Webers was one of the most magical musical nights I’ve had. That says a lot for a 48 year long career. Can lightning strike twice? There’s a very good chance." – Al Lerman Tickets $30

Old Church Theatre

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