This year’s IB Graduate Art Show will take place at The Gallery at the Guild from April 3 -14 , 2019. Five graduating students will each display a collection of their work created during their two years of study in the International Baccalaureate Visual Art program at Colonel Gray High School. The exhibit will also include artwork from the 1st year IB Visual Art Students and the Introductory Art Course, Visual Art 401, offered at Colonel Gray High School. The public is invited to come out and see the creative work completed by these students working in a variety of formats and media. The students will host their official opening reception at 7pm on April 5th, 2019. All are welcome.
‘The Texture of Healing’ by Emily Howard at The Guild.
We all have energy that we radiate as we walk through life. Places that we consider sacred tend to have a beautiful energetic glow to them. The salted air at the beach, a walk through the woods on a fall day. These places have a way of healing people of everyday worry and anxiety. You simply trade your frazzled state for that of these calm places.
I have found that people can generate this type of healing, calm energy within themselves and in doing that, heal the people around them just by simply being there. What does this healing look like in the air swirling around people? Places?
The Texture of Healing is a story told through paintings. It’s also an offering of an energy exchange when we all need it the most, mid winter. Come and experience the calm.
All paintings can be purchased through donating to Lennon House.
Dyed in the Wool by Chelsea Lynne at The Guild through March 3rd.
Black yarn from a black sheep is “dyed-in-the-wool”, it’s part of its nature, just as Islanders are known for deeply ingrained traits such as being friendly, hardy and community forward.
This exhibition will show images that represent the island through the scattered hay bales, the red and silver fox and our red dirt roads all explored through felting wool from our local Island sheep. Whether you were born here or are just passing through I hope the memories and stories shared here convey the beauty and the simplistic life of our Island.
The Guild, Watermark Theatre, Harbourfront Theatre, Confederation Centre for the Arts, and Victoria Theatre.
My ‘Daily Painting’ Journey by Kim Jabbour at the Guild through February 17th.
Join Kim Jabour in celebrating her ‘Daily Painting’ journey.
She began this project on January 1, 2018 and finished December 31, 2018. The 365 paintings in the exhibition will feature many styles and mediums. Kim is very excited to share her experience/journey with her family, friends and community.
Charlottetown Rural and Colonel Gray High Schools are pleased to celebrate the artwork and achievements of their Grade 12 Art Classes in the Exhibition titled, “The Young Masters” at The Guild.
This group exhibition features the final works of the Grade 12 Art students as they begin to move into the next stages of their life. The artwork represents each students artistic interests and abilities. These students have conceived of, and created, each of these pieces based on their personal artistic philosophies and the explorations that they have chosen to make in the world of art.
A public resource created especially for students taking Nineteenth Century Art History at the University of Prince Edward Island, this exhibition features examples of various styles and subject matter by Robert Harris, George Thresher, and other Canadian artists of the 1800s.
Professional Theatre Network of Prince Edward Island