Guelph storyteller celebrates World Storytelling Day

Tuesday, March 20 is World Storytelling Day ( and the National Post featured a Q &A with Guelph storyteller Brad Woods. To celebrate this Woods will take part in the Toronto Storytelling Festival ( later this month.

lost & found theatre presents "An Infinite Ache"

lost & found theatre's latest production An Infinite Ache  runs from March 22 to 31 featuring the husband and wife team of Richard Quesnel and Nicole Lee Quesnel in the title roles.
An Infinite Ache is a funny, heart-warming and heart-wrenching look at the incredible rollercoaster we call "love."
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Arts Connection for March 15 2012 - Trevor Dick, Elizabeth Sharpe - Economics of Art: music

Musician Trevor Dick learned an expensive lesson when he produced his first CD—a lesson that other musicians have learned along the way. In this, another look at the economics of art, we’ll get an idea of the financial challenges musicians face. Also joining us is Elizabeth Sharpe, chair of Flyingbow Music Ministry ( who will be able to talk about the ministry and why and how it supports artists.

Interview date: 
March 15, 2012 - 22:00

Arts Connection for March 8, 2012 - Adam Fry - Create conference

For the second year in a row, church leaders will get a chance to be inspired, encouraged and equipped in the area of creative communications. Adam Fry, is Associate Pastor: Creative Communications Central Community Church and one of the organizers of Create Conference ( talks about the June 4 to 6 event.

Interview date: 
March 8, 2012 - 22:00

Bearing "Fruit" in artist-in-residence program

Bearing "Fruit" in artist-in-residence program

Guelph's Lakeside Church ( initiated it's first artist-in-residence program this past fall. On Sunday, March 18, AiR Sylvia Woods worked on one of the paintings that will be featured in a June 8 exhibit titled FRUIT.
This piece, which will be left for permanent display at the church, represents the symbols of hope and abundance that Joshua and Caleb brought back from the Promised Land in the form of grapes, figs and pomegranates (Numbers 13: 20, 23)

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