Arts Dundas Weekend packed stuffed with nice options

Arts Dundas Weekend packed stuffed with nice options

It’s greater than a weekend actually. It’s an exquisite whirlwind. A weekend plus. 4 days of artwork, theatre, music, poetry, pottery, enjoyable and trend, to not point out aerial silks, from Thursday to Sunday, Nov. 3 to six, and as occasion publicist Amanda Lammers says:

“You might be busy each minute.”

It’s the Annual Arts Dundas Weekend, thirty sixth version, and it’s knitting collectively the entire city and bringing collectively many native arts organizations, from the Carnegie Gallery to the Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts, the Dundas Museum, the Dundas Library, Shawn & Ed Brewing Firm, the Hamilton Potters’ Guild, the Dundas Valley Orchestra, the Tower Poetry Society, the Hamilton Aerial Group and plenty of extra.

Arts Dundas Weekend packed stuffed with nice options

Among the highlights embrace a hand-carving soapstone demonstration by Indigenous artist Dale Isaacs (Six Nations) on Nov. 3 on the Carnegie from midday to 1:30 p.m., and the Hamilton Potters’ Guild annual fall sale and empty bowls fundraiser supporting Hamilton Meals Share at Dundas Lions Memorial Group Centre, from Nov. 4 to six.

There can be dwell music at The Shed (Shaw & Ed Brewing Firm’s area at 65 Hatt St.), by Martin Brothers Collective (Nov. 3, 6:30 to eight:30), Eclectic Vinyl Orchestra (Nov. 5, 7 to 10 p.m.) and Large and the Topside Band (Nov. 6 1 to 4 p.m.).

Additionally at The Shed would be the spectacular “Ambient Aerial Silks present by the Hamilton Aerial Group on Nov. 4, from 7 to eight p.m.

A soapstone carving by Dale Isaacs who will be giving a demonstration as part of Arts Dundas Weekend.

One of many conventional highlights of the weekend is the annual Artwork Stroll, that includes a collaboration between Dundas’s Carnegie Gallery and the Tower Poetry Society.

“The poets (from the society) spend time with the totally different works within the exhibition on the Carnegie after which write poetry impressed by it and recite it as they stroll guests by way of the city” to numerous ADW collaborating enterprise and locations, with artwork work on show, says Amanda, fundraising and advertising specialist with Carnegie.

Artist and founder of Smokestack Studios Laine Groeneweg seen here working on intaglio printmaking. He will be giving a demonstration as part of Arts Dundas Weekend.

One Carnegie Gallery exhibition, known as “Courageous New World, options work by the great, achieved Dundas artist Marla Panko. Additionally on exhibit on the Carnegie can be work by Angela Busse, Agata Derda, Laine Groeneweg and Laura Brandreth in “edITION,” that includes numerous strategies of printmaking with a powerful concentrate on alteration of documentation. Each exhibitions, which opened Oct. 7, will run to Nov. 9.

Once more, on the Carnegie, there can be a show in tribute to the late potter Helen Brink; a efficiency by the Dundas Valley Orchestra within the gallery’s Barber Atrium on Nov. 3, from 3 to three:45 p.m.; a woodworking demonstration by David Driedger on Nov. 4, 1 to 2:30 p.m.; and an Intaglio Printmaking Demonstration, with artist and founding father of Smokestack Studios Laine Groeneweg on Nov. 5 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

The Dundas Museum has a full schedule by way of the weekend with a present of handmade ballet costumes from The Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts, the “Deep Focus: Dundas Glass Damaging Pictures” present and Emma Enright’s “Woven Landscapes” present, all on show all through the weekend.

Dundas Little Theatre can be staging “The People,” a play by Stephen Karam, at 8 p.m., Nov. 4 and 5 and a couple of p.m. on Nov. 6.

One of the magnificent works by Marla Panko that will be on display in her exhibition, "Brave New World." The artist will be giving a walk through her ehxibiton as part of Arts Dundas Weekend.

The Hamilton Academy of Performing Arts can be that includes rehearsals for “The Nutcracker” on Nov. 6 from 1 to 4 p.m. and in addition a music and dance live performance on Nov. 5 beginning at 7:30 p.m.

For extra particulars, there are Arts Dundas Weekend on the Carnegie Gallery, 10 King St. W., or in different collaborating areas. A full schedule, with addresses of areas, can be accessible on-line at

Arts Dundas Weekend is funded by the Incite Basis for the Arts.

One of the images from the intaglio printmaking demonstration that will be given during Arts Dundas Weekend by artist and founder of Smokestack Studios Laine Groeneweg

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