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CREATIVITY COACHING PROGRAM

Thu 01 Sep, 2016 - Member News

CREATIVITY COACHING PROGRAM:

Whether you're just starting out in the arts or already a seasoned painter, writer or performer, you're likely grappling with lack of time, survival issues, creative blocks or other concerns - on top of everything else that life throws at you. A creativity coach can help you work through these obstacles in pursuit of a meaningful, productive life in the arts.

I'm offering free creativity coaching sessions this fall, via email or by phone, as part of my certification training through the Creativity Coaching Association. You can choose what we focus on, with the option of including any of the topics listed below.

If you'd like to register, please email me at clare.thorbes@gmail.com. I'd love to work with you!

September 19, 2016: Six weeks of coaching for writers. Resistance to writing; picking and protecting your writing space; craft; who's who in publishing.

October 31: Six weeks of coaching for visual artists. Artist's identity; rekindling desire; mindfully dealing with circumstances; subject matter and meaning; art-making as calling; art marketplace relationships.

December 12: Four weeks of coaching for dancers, actors, comics. Identifying as a performer; turning ordinary situations into performances; types of performances; performers and criticism; handling performance anxiety; performers' relationships.

ABOUT THE COACH: I am an exhibiting visual artist who has performed as an amateur musician, studied dance and explored creative writing. I worked as a journalist, editor, librarian and job coach before returning to painting full-time.

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Ezra Soiferman becomes first Tweed Artist in Residence and releases "The Walls of Montreal"

Thu 18 Aug, 2016 - Member News

Montreal documentary filmmaker and street photographer Ezra Soiferman ("Man of Grease", "Grass Fed”, “Last Game at The Forum”) has been selected as the first Artist in Residence at Tweed (http://www.Tweed.com), Canada's largest licensed medical cannabis producer.

As part of the year-long photography residency he'll be creating new photo series and ‘music photeos’. "The Walls of Montreal”, is the first project Ezra released as part of the Tweed residency.

Between 2013 and 2016, Ezra photographed over 1500 murals throughout the streets and alleys of Montreal. The project was inspired by his young daughter's fascination with the colourful murals they discovered together on their everyday adventures in their neighbourhood (NDG) and throughout the city.

Watch the video "The Walls of Montreal" // "Les Murs de Montréal" here: http://www.ezrasoiferman.com/walls-of-montreal/

 

Ezra Soiferman on the hunt for Montreal murals

 

 

 

 

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Lorne Elliott at PEI Island Fringe Theatre Festival 2016

Mon 01 Aug, 2016 - Member News

PRESS RELEASE (2)
Lorne decided to present the World Premiere of “A Better Play Than Hamlet” which he will perform from Thursday, August 4th to Sunday August 7th.
Synopsis: A Better Play Than Hamlet” is the keynote speech about Shakespeare’s play by a professor who, like the subject of his discourse, may or may not be going insane.
For further info about the festival check: www.iIslandfringe.com or www.lorne-elliott.com

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THE QUÉBEC ENGLISH-LANGUAGE PLAYWRIGHTS’ UNIT

Wed 20 Jul, 2016 - Member News

THE QUÉBEC ENGLISH-LANGUAGE PLAYWRIGHTS’ UNIT

Reflecting The English-Language Communities And Diversity Of Québec On Stages Across The Province

Infinithéâtre’s The Unit is comprised of a group of seven wildly talented playwrights six of whom were each sponsored by a different English-language Québec theatre and one of whom was sponsored by a theatre in St. John’s Newfoundland. Playwrights from across Québec were invited to submit an early draft of a play they were currently writing and an independent selection committee handpicked the final members of The Unit from an overwhelming amount of submissions.

The Unit reflects The English-Language Communities And Diversity Of Québec On Stages Across The Province.  Members take part in bi-monthly group dramaturgical sessions and in addition their projects also benefit from the one-on-one attention of a play dramaturge. The Unit culminates in a week-long festival of staged readings aims to garner interest from artistic directors across Québec and Canada in future programming of the plays.

The Unit is run by Infinithéâtre and provides a window of input from the theatres that have a play in development.

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Brenda Parsons Paintings Exhibition

Mon 18 Jul, 2016 - Member News

Brenda Parsons Paintings Exhibition: June, July, August, 2016

Le Cartier Restaurant

255, boul. Jacques-Cartier Sud, Sherbrooke

819-821-3311

www.restaurantlecartier.com

 

brenda.parsons@mcgill.ca   /  819-843-4212

 

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