Events



JAN 28 – APR 10

Call for entry: 2021 Expressions Biennial Juried Art Show and Sale

The Quinte Arts Council is pleased to announced that entry for the 2021 Expressions biennial juried show and sale is now open! Expressions features artists and artisans from throughout the Quinte region and is open to both members and non-members of the QAC. We welcome entries from artists working in all media, including: potters, weavers, glassblowers, quilters, painters, photographers, woodworkers, carvers, sculptors, jewellers, metal workers, textile artists, folk artists, mixed media arts, and more. The theme for 2021 is “Re-Imagine" Deadline for entry: April 10 Art drop off: May 1 Show dates at the J.M. Parrott Gallery: May 6 to June 3 * Click for more information, including dates, terms and registration. * Show dates are open to change depending on provincial guidelines/protocols regarding the COVID19 pandemic. While we hope this is a live in-person show, if the province is in lockdown and/or public health deems it unsafe to host shows in person, the show will go virtual.

Quinte Arts Council

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FEB 20 – FEB 28
9am - 5pm

Art in Isolation PEC

An outdoor art exhibition featuring 96 works by 66 local artists created over one month during the spring 2020 lockdown. This exhibition is part of ICE BOX, presented by The Department of Illumination and curated by Mehdi Agahi and Krista Dalby. Funded by The Government of Canada.

Armoury Square

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FEB 27 – FEB 27
7:30pm

LIVE Stream: Paul Brogee & Jay Foster of Long Range Hustle

Music by the Stream brings live music and interaction into your home so you can have the joy of music and stay safe during covid. Each month, host, Coraline James, welcomes a different guest artist from Kitchener-Waterloo, Toronto, and beyond. This month, we're delighted to welcome Paul Brogee & Jay Foster of Long Range Hustle

virtual

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FEB 27 – FEB 27
8pm - 11pm

Elmwood Harmony Live @ Signal

Who is Elmwood Harmony? Kyle Mitchell & John LeBaron. What do they play? An eclectic mix of Original and Covers Whats their genre? Folk is their lane Do they rock on in the free world 🤓 Sometimes ok often Can the guys sing? Yes like songbirds, their harmonies are in sync Do they drink craft beer? They’ve been know to put back a few, ok many

Signal Brewing Company - Corbyville

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FEB 28 – FEB 28
3:30pm - 6:30pm

Dave Bush – Found In The Corbyville @ Signal

Dave Bush is a local celeb who combines Laughter with a fun repertoire of Songs. Guaranteed to make you smile if you’re looking for a good time 😎 come join us at Signal tonight🔥🍺 NO COVER charge...Just bring you...Oh and maybe your posse

Signal Brewing Company - Corbyville

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MAR 1 – MAR 8
7pm

Music City Monday double bill with Kris Tischbein and Matt Smith

KRIS TISCHBEIN An ever evolving musician and composer, bassist Kris Tischbein has written and performed music for the past 30 years. He has worked with Michael Manring, Jake Clemons (of Bruce Springsteen fame), Jerry Mercer (April Wine), The Zone, Carl Dixon (The Guess Who, Coney Hatch), and many others. MATT SMITH Roots, Blues, World and Beyond. Matt Smith’s fingerstyle and flatpicking on guitar, banjo and mandolin have earned him countless fans throughout the Belleville/Quinte region. Whether as a solo performer or a band member, Matt’s sound is buried deep in the blues.

Empire Theatre (Virtual)

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MAR 5 – MAR 14

Belleville Downtown DocFest @ Home

Belleville Downtown DocFest is a community oriented documentary film festival featuring outstanding films that celebrate life and human dignity around the world and right here at home. The 2021 Belleville Downtown DocFest is delivering Video on Demand during the 2021 Festival. We’re using the virtual platform Eventive.org to securely stream films in Ontario to our festival ticket and pass holders.

Virtual

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MAR 5 – MAR 5
6pm - 8pm

Smudge Feather Workshop

Enyonkwa'nikonhriyo:hake program presents this Smudge Feather workshop to the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte ages 16 and up. Facilitated by Mohawk Feathersmith, Rebecca Maracle. Space is limited. Contact Melanie Gray to register 613.967.0122 ext 102 or 613.885.9597

Online via ZOOM




MAR 10 – MAR 12
2:00pm - 2:00pm

Quinte Film Alternative streams THE WINTER LAKE

A withdrawn teenager is living with his single mother on a dilapidated farm in rural Ireland. A seasonal lake fascinates the boy and he retrieves objects from the depths. The neighbouring family of a father and teen daughter form a tenuous friendship which becomes much more challenging and sinister after the boy makes a grim discovery in the waters.

On line

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MAR 13 – MAR 15

Bridges Festival PUPPETRY AND ANIMATION

Bridges – Mississauga Puppetry Festival will aim to engage in the conversation about art and society by introducing, examining and celebrating various forms of animation of objects during March break. For us, animation is expressed in various forms of movement of inanimate objects. These forms include puppetry, automation, stop-motion animation, film, digital animation and robotics.

online

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