“Carved in the Canadian Shield”: Sculptor’s Panel Discussion – “Carving in Place”

"Carved in the Canadian Shield". A Sculpture Symposium in Celebration of Canada, Ontario, and Dysart's 150. Four artists from three countries are visiting Haliburton for three weeks (May 24th to June 13th)

to create four new sculptures in limestone for the Haliburton Sculpture Forest.
Sculptor's Panel Discussion - "Carving in Place"
Five sculptors, Canadian and International, hold a discussion on sculpting, their experiences in sculpting and experiences of working around the world.  Mary Ellen Farrow, Jiri Genzer, Carole Turner, Mary Anne Barkhouse and John McKinnon
Wednesday June 7 th7:00-9:00 pm
Location: Rails End Gallery and Arts Centre
23 York Street, Haliburton, Ontario
Join us for a discussion by 5 distinguished artists sharing their thoughts about and experiences of creating sculptures in different places and landscapes in the world and how this affects and inspires their work.
Click here for more information: Sculptor's Discussion Panel

Haliburton School of Art + Design: Craft Export Readiness Learning Events In Haliburton

Haliburton School of Art + Design

Do you love it when your work crosses borders, or is it scary and full of unknowns? Lessen that fear with knowledge for small artist-entrepreneurs. Craft Ontario’s “Top 3 Things You Must Know to Export Art and Craft” presentation will be followed by a question and answer period as time allows. Also hear about Craft Ontario's new online courses for further learning.

Open to all visual artists, craftspeople, and administrators.

Location: Great Hall, Haliburton School of Art + Design
Date and time: Tuesday June 13th 2017, 6:00-7:30pm
Cost: Free
Registration: Highly recommended. Tell your peers.

About the presenter:
Sara Washbush is an arts consultant with a background in metalsmithing. She is the current Research and Project Manager for Craft Ontario’s Craft Export Readiness Project. www.craftontario.com

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