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  • Book Page Art
    Samedi Feb 11, 2023 à 13 h 30

    Your old books can be transformed into a fun and unique way to decorate your home, office, give away to friends, or attach in gifts! Join us at the Beaverbrook Branch as we give new life to old book pages and turn them into flowers just in time for Valentine's Day. 

  • Lundi Feb 13, 2023 à 18 h

    Dr. Amadou Ba is a historian, political scientist, researcher and writer with a PhD in History, a Master’s in Political Science and a Bachelor’s in Education. Currently, Amadou Ba teaches in the School of Education and the Department of Political Science at Laurentian University  and teaches African History at Nipissing University. He will talk about some of the history and contributions of the Black community in Canada.  

    Registration required. Registrants will receive an additional email with the Zoom link ahead of the program.

  • Woman silhouette profile with viola & photo Kathryn Patricia
    Vendredi Feb 17, 2023 à 10 h 30

    Come join Kathryn in this multidisciplinary workshop, drawing connections between music and painting. While listening to different musical pieces played by Kathryn with her viola, students will paint landscapes and reflect on people, places and images that inspire them to tell their life stories. Participants will learn painting techniques and reflect on the music and the imagery it inspires.

  • Winter Quilling
    Vendredi Feb 17, 2023 à 14 h 30

    Create intricate paper art perfect for the season in a simple, easy to follow craft. Enjoy a calm atmosphere, good conversation, and discover how to turn swirls of paper into a wintery art peice. 

  • Children walking into a book.
    Vendredi Mar 17, 2023 à 14 h

    Discover what happens when science meets art! Explore perception as you use shadows, colour, motion, and light to create art from science. You’ll make a puppet, a spinning top and a kaleidoscope, as well as design your own galaxy. “The greatest scientists are always artists as well!” (Albert Einstein)

    Ages 4 to 12