Only a few more days… don’t miss Marcromareal…

macromarealThis is the last week for the exhibition and installation by Sydney Lancaster & Scott Smallwood

Macromareal (a rising tide lifts all boats)     This show, inspired by local landscape and history, is now open in the secondfloor gallery, 168 Main Street Parrsboro… don’t miss this mesmerizing installation of sound, video, and sculpture by Edmonton artists Sydney Lancaster and Scott Smallwood.

http://hmsnonesuch.com/2017/07/19/macromareal-a-rising-tide-lifts-all-boats-2/

Admission is pwyc /by donation.

The gallery will be open

Tuesday and Thursday 11am – 6pm
Wednesday 11am until 9pm
Saturday 11am – 3pm

and

BY CHANCE or BY APPOINTMENT

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Come to Work & to Play

Main & Station is delighted to announce more of the same coming soon to a block nearby…studios, performances, collaborations, exhibitions, and more than can be imagined…

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For information about our residency program, please see here http://hmsnonesuch.com/nonesuch-residencies/

Many things go on under these roofs including, residencies for artists, writers, dancers, scientists and curious folk of all stripes, workshops, performances, art exhibitions, poetry nights, collaborations, lectures, installations, a Secondhand Bookshop, and a good cup of coffee.

Would you like to apply for a residency, teach or attend a workshop?

Interested in volunteering?

To find out more about what we do, and to participate, come see us, call us, email us, and look over our website.

Main & Station Nonesuch 
Kickshaws, Residencies, Books 
Nonesuch Art Of Paper Awards

PO Box 507
168 Main Street
Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, B0M 1S0 

514-979-3978   paperawards@gmail.com   fun@hmsnonesuch.com

 

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New In The Neighbourhood, Schwinghamer and Zdansky

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We are proud to congratulate Jane Zdansky and John Schwinghamer in the purchase of a 200 year old heritage building on Brier Island. Jane and John have been among our biggest supporters at Main & Station. Jane will paint & sculpt , John will write and take over janitorial duties. They have taken the responsibility of saving this beautiful structure from the ravages of time. This our first success at helping an artist and an economist to resettle in Nova Scotia, and save another iconic heritage building. We welcome their continued association with us and we expect to do lots of good things with them.  Our next project together will be announced around solstice time.

Jane’s work, www.janezdansky.com, (paintings and sculpture) can be seen at Main & Station, John’s book, Purple Chips, is available at the book shop next to the cafe.

Delicious Fungus, Open Discussion, and MAP: an Exhibition Opening & Reception

  • 10:30 am Tuesday, July 28  Nonesuch Talks: judith bauer talks about Mycophagy: Delicious fungi, mushrooms, insects, cheese and more
  • 10:30 am Wednesday, July 29  Nonesuch Talks: OPEN DISCUSSION: Why Now Isn’t there a better time?
  • 10:30 am Thursday, July 30 Nonesuch Talks: OPEN DISCUSSION:  Happiness What is it and does Bhutan have the right idea?

We have three Nonesuch Talks this week beginning at 10:30am and whatever you do, DON’T MISS THE EXHIBITION OPENING of  Montréal À Parrsboro… MAP … a Mail Art Project  on Tuesday, July 28 at 6 pm come meet Montreal artist Loren Williams  and have a look at her latest work, MAP, a mail art project connecting Montreal, Quebec with Parrsboro, Nova Scotia.

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Main & Station Nonesuch Kickshaws
168 Main Street
Parrsboro, Nova Scotiahttp://hmsnonesuch.com/

STORYTIME

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Story time is a sharing of interesting and amusing stories of the Maritimes.

 

 

 

The Parrsboro Shore Historical Society invites you to join us to meet old friends and make new ones.  This is a fund raising item for the museum and we suggest a donation of $2.00 each.  The next Story time will be on Thursday May 1st at Main and Station ( The Old Post Office ) and the evening will begin at 7:30 pm. All are welcome.

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 A town with a history

The project will focus on sage members of the community and has the following elements:

  • Each participant will be interviewed / asked to verbally share stories and recollections & whatever else they want to say.
  • Each participant will be photographed to create a portrait. The other details of the portrait and how revealing it is will depend on the individual.
  • A website will be created. The website will have a page for each participant. Each page will include audio from interviews. Hopefully each page will also include old photos, mementos, texts, bios, poems and other relevant material contributing to a multimedia portrait.
  • The photographic portraits will be printed in large format and installed in various locations about town… ideally each portrait will be installed in a location that has particular resonance for the subject of the portrait, a location that features prominently in their audio or other material. Each portrait will have a QR code allowing viewers to use their smart phones to link to the internet page (the url will also be included for those without smartphones).
For more information about this Main & Station initiative, please visit  www.hmsnonesuch.com, phone 514-979-3978, or contact Harvey Lev or Judith S Bauer, at  fun@hmsnonesuch.com