At age 50, I left the corporate boardrooms forever. Always involved on the peripheral of the arts, (Associate Publisher of Poetry Canada Review, 1984-1986), I moved out of Canada’s corporate capital, and into the cultural community of Belleville, Ontario. Film scripts, poems, sketches, and unifying themes, are in the works. I believe in the harmonizing of art forms, which add quality to the human condition.
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May6 The Quinte Arts Council’s Expressions biennial juried show and sale features artists and artisans from throughout the ... Read more
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Apr 16, 2021 – By Kiki Carr/Quinte Arts Council In advance of Al Purdy Day on April 21 (the day of the renowned and much-loved Canadian poet’s death in 2000), we wanted to share this article fro… Read more