At Main & Station… come join us for some music and dancing!
Come to this 1-Day COLLAGE Workshop with RHONDA BARRETT !
WHEN: Sunday 4 June from 9 am-5 pm
WHERE: At Main & Station, Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, B0M 1S0
This one day workshop is dedicated to expanding knowledge of collage techniques and artists and to learning the techniques of collage used by artist Rhonda Barrett. Rhonda will discuss her own definition, ideas, and techniques of modern collage.
The workshop will include a discussion of how to protect finished pieces. Click here for details and to register…http://hmsnonesuch.com/collage-creation/
Main & Station is pleased to announce the 2nd edition of the international NONESUCH ART OF PAPER AWARDS.
- The Nonesuch Best Work Award
- L’Usine de Papier Award
- The Main & Station Award
- The Griffintown Award
- The Wellington Church Awards
For the first edition 230 entries were received from 17 different countries, including Argentina, Australia, Estonia, France, Italy, Israel, Japan, Spain, and the United States of America. Over 35 submissions came from artists living in the Maritime Provinces and over 55 from the island of Montreal.
The NONESUCH ART OF PAPER AWARDS were created and funded by artists and supporters of the arts. Main & Station Nonesuch Kickshaws is a privately funded endeavour based in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia and Montreal, Canada that promotes the arts and humanities.
Main & Station est heureux d’annoncer la deuxième édition des prix d’excellence NONESUCH pour les arts PAPIER.
The catalogue of the 2016 Nonesuch Art On Paper Awards finalist exhibitions is available for purchase on site during the exhibition. If you would like to order a catalogue, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This 70 page book includes some background about Main & Station and the Nonesuch Awards as well as photographs and a short description of each artwork accepted for the exhibitions.
SUPPORT THE NONESUCH AWARDS & RESIDENCIES, BUY A CATALOGUE
SOUTENIR LES PRIX & RÉSIDENCES NONESUCH, ACHETER UN CATALOGUE
Le catalogue de l’exposition des finalistes pour le 2016 Nonesuch Art On Paper Awards est disponible sur place lors de l’exposition. Si vous souhaitez commander un catalogue, SVP nous contacter à email@example.com. Cette 70 page livre comprend des renseignements généraux à propos de Main & Station et les prix Nonesuch ainsi que des photographies et une courte description de chaque œuvre acceptée pour les expositions.
Prix /Price : $ 30 CAD (+ taxes + livraison/shipping)
Editor, teacher, and poet Sandra Stephenson is in Parrsboro for a Nonesuch Residency from now until late September.
She will be hosting 2 workshops during that time, a Poetry Workshop on Wednesday afternoons and an Editing Workshop on Thursday afternoons.
On 9 September, Czandra will be reading her poetry live alongside poet Darryl Whetter at Main & Station’s Nonesuch Café and if you miss that, or want to see them again, they will be performing together on 10 September at Truro’s Noveltea Bookstore & Cafe.
And if you like to be read aloud to, or to read aloud, join us weekday mornings, Tuesday – Friday, from 11am for Bruce Chatwin’s ‘On the Black Hill’ and other literary treats.
On Wednesday 9 September, poets Darryl Whetter from Advocate Harbour, NS and Czandra (Sandra Stephenson) from Rigaud, QC will be at Main & Station’s Nonesuch Café to read and perform their work. The evening will begin at 7:30pm.
Darryl Whetter is a short-story writer, novelist, poet, critic and professor. His debut collection of stories was chosen to The Globe and Mail’s Top 100 Books of 2003. His bicycle-novel The Push & the Pull followed in 2008. In 2012, he released Origins, a book of poems about evolution, energy and extinction. Darryl holds a PhD in English and has taught creative writing and English at the University of New Brunswick, the University of Windsor, Dalhousie University and Université Sainte-Anne. He has published or presented papers on contemporary literature in France, Sweden, Canada, Germany, the United States, India and Iceland. His book reviews appear regularly in papers such as The Globe and Mail, The National Post and The Vancouver Sun. Between 2005 and 2008, he was a regular reviewer on the national CBC Radio show Talking Books. The pot-smuggling novel Keeping Things Whole is his fourth book. DARRYL’S WEBSITE