AGH film series screens the poignant film The Necessities of Life on Wednesday, November 24 at 7:00 pm at the Empire Jackson Square 6 Cinemas, 2 King Street West, downtown Hamilton.
The Necessities of Life was awarded the BMO Bank of Montreal Audience Choice Award at the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s recent World Film Festival held September 24 to October 3, 2010. Festival-goers filled out ballots indentifying their favourite film. More »
A full-scale production of the play by members of the Philpott Church community & the arts bridge-building ministry.
Friday & Saturday, November 26 & 27 @ 7.30 pm
Tickets: $10 Adults, $8 Seniors/Students
Available at the door or may be reserved by contacting Bryan at firstname.lastname@example.org
The St Joseph Immigrant Women’s Centre is proud to present the 6th Annual International Marketplace. Come do your holiday shopping and support economic development and microlending for women in Hamilton. There will be a variety of products available including upcycled gifts, items from around the world, and locally made goods. There will be an international lunch from seven different countries. Admission and parking is free. For more information visit: www.internationalmarketplace.ca or contact email@example.com. More »
The Factory: Hamilton Media Arts Centre
Annual General Meeting and Election of Trustees
Wednesday, December 1, 2010 7 PM
Please join The Factory Board of Trustees at our Annual General Meeting for 2010. Volunteers will be on hand to accept membership dues for the 2011 year. Those renewing their membership at the AGM will be able to vote immediately. More »
A madly inventive presentation of Wilde’s 1891 play subtitled, “How Beautiful is the Princess Salome Tonight” by Ballet Master and Choreographer, Sergiy Shvydkyy. Shvydkyy, an internationally renowned avant-garde dancer, actor, choreographer and leading figure in contemporary performance arts in the Ukraine brings his unique choreographic vision, to The Pearl Company. He does this with a fresh imagining of the famous story of Salome unique in both its dance style and its interpretation of the story. More »
Internationally known as Canada’s youngest first lady when she married Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau in 1971, Margaret has since lived a rich and interesting life, raising five children and travelling throughout the world. However, privately, she has struggled with bipolar disorder. More »
AGH film series screens a searing portrait of marriage and divorce
THE HOUSE OF BRANCHING LOVE
AGH film series screens The House of Branching Love, a powerful depiction of marriage and divorce, on Wednesday, November 10 at 7:00 pm at the Empire Jackson Square 6 Cinemas, 2 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
by August Strindberg
directed by Michael Rae More »
Boris Krajný (b. 1945) is a foremost Czech pianist and piano teacher. He has performed in New York (Carnegie Hall), Washington (Kennedy Center),London (Wigmore Hall), Paris (Salle Gaveau), Berlin,Brussels, Vienna, Salzburg, Moscow (Tchaikovsky Hall), Buenos Aires (Teatro Colón),Tokyo, Sydney (Opera), Baalbek and other towns and cities on five continents. He studied at the Academy of Music in Prague with František Maxián and Ivan Moravec, subsequently winning first prize at the Senigallia competition in Italy and an honourable mention at the Queen Elizabeth competition in Brussels (1975). More »
The 5th annual film festival will run from Tuesday Nov 2nd through Sunday November 7th at The Staircase Theatre 27 Dundurn St N. and will screen a juried selection of submitted documentaries, short comedies, experimental films, animated shorts, thrillers and dramatic shorts. This is the best selection of films the jury has ever seen. The movies were submitted from Ottawa, Montreal, Toronto, Whistler, New York, Lebanon and will feature several local premiers from Hamilton area filmmakers. More »
The Arctic Experience McNaught Gallery, New Painting by Brian Darcy: Opening Nov 18, meet the artist Nov 21
The Arctic Experience McNaught Gallery presents:
New paintings by Brian Darcy featuring locally inspired landscapes and fine portraiture. Meet the artist on November 21, 2010 from 1 – 4 pm.
The artist has received critical and popular acclaim for his paintings. We have enjoyed a very successful year with his work, both landscape paintings and portrait commissions.
TorQ (Percussion Ensemble)
Friday November 26, 8pm.
Convocation Hall (University Hall 2nd floor 213)
Awarded a MARTY for “Best Emerging Performing Arts Group – 2009″ by the Mississauga (ON) Arts Council, TorQ was formed in 2004 by four young, enthusiastic Toronto-area percussionists looking to add new energy to percussion repertoire and performance. TorQ’s repertoire ranges from sweetly lyrical mallet quartets to no-holds-barred, high energy percussive show pieces. More »
Jasper Wood, Violin
Friday November 12, 8pm.
Convocation Hall (University Hall 2nd floor 213)
Violinist JASPER WOOD has established himself as one of Canada’s top violinists. His “thrilling virtuosity” (/The Strad/) and “open luminous tones, seamless lines and impeccable technique” (/Toronto Star/) have charmed the ears and captured the hearts of music lovers everywhere. More »
SACKS AND THE CITY: The Stiletto Edition
A stylish show and silent auction
The Art Gallery of Hamilton’s annual silent auction fashion event returns with Sacks and the City: The Stiletto Edition on Wednesday, November 17 at 5:00 pm at the AGH, 123 King Street West in downtown Hamilton.
We’re taking this annually sold-out event to new heights – our stylish silent auction of handbags for women and men takes a twist with an exclusive selection of fabulous women’s shoes featuring European flair. More »
Style your space
Thursday, November 4 to Sunday, November 7
Does your home or office need an extra lift? Looking for a unique holiday gift for someone special? The Art Gallery of Hamilton’s popular Fall Art Sale returns with hundreds of new works by a specially selected group of artists on Thursday, November 4 (12 noon to 9 pm), Friday, November 5 (12 noon to 9 pm), Saturday, November 6 (12 noon to 5 pm) and Sunday, November 7 (12 noon to 5 pm). More »
“Dancing in the Rain”
Paintings by Cheryl Suitor
OPENING NOVEMBER 1, 2010
The Staircase Theatre Café
27 Dundurn Street North in Hamilton More »
After a year of planning, organizing, recording at the Blue Tilt studio with Danny Z., choosing songs I wanted to put on this CD, laying down the tracks, adding vocals, harmonies, ideas what I wanted to hear, getting all the musician to come to the studio to create such a wonderful record, add the base guitars, drums, keyboards. It was not an easy “ride” but it is is finally here. The passion for music in my heart and my inner strength, my determination and believe in what I am doing payed off. This is a very special CD and deserves to be heard by others. More »
Fifty years ago in the home of the late Don Garstin a group of local theatre enthusiasts created Dundas Little Theatre. Twenty years later, needing a place to call their own, a team of dedicated supporters and the (now former) Town of Dundas established a permanent site. The Garstin Centre For The Arts (a former swimming pool) was designed by Hamilton Place Architect Trevor Garwood-Jones; the pool was filled in and the auditorium built over it. More »