From April 3 to April 6, Hamilton will be treated to a vibrant and eclectic mix of readings and workshops starring 28 award-winning Canadian writers, local authors and edgy new talent. gritLIT offers a literary event for every age, every taste in literary genre, and every budget (some events are free!).
For a detailed schedule go to the gritLIT website
Most events at Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King Street West
Saturday Family events: at Terryberry Library, 100 Mohawk Road West
At Sky Dragon Centre, 27 King William Street: Saturday 9:30 pm Festival Party, and Sunday 7:30, closing event — Short Story Contest Winner and “literature from the edge” readings. More »
1. March 26. Storytelling Concert at Guelph Civic Museum. “By Word of Mouth”
2. March 27. World Storytelling Day in Cambridge. “Awake and Dreaming.”
3. March 28 – April 6. Toronto Storytelling Festival.
4. April 11. Old Masters Concert by Voyageur Storytelling. Conservatory for the Arts in Hamilton. More »
The Guild’s biennial juried exhibition. This Biennial is juried by Steven Heinemann and Kasumi Lampitoc. It runs April 4th to 27th at the Carnegie Gallery, 10 King Street, Dundas, Ontario. More »
There are still seats for this Friday’s bus.March 14: We will be visiting the Imperial Cotton Centre for the Arts, then for something completely different, we will check out the shows at the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre (A Woman’s Place is Everywhere, and Kareem Ferreira’s show, The Dream). As always, we will then take in the many and exciting galleries on the James North Art Crawl. Our regular end-of-the-evening visit to Bill Powell’s Studio Gallery has been cancelled because of major renovations. More »