I learned there were five kinds of time nestled within our usual sense of “time.” The current exhibition at the Old Schoolhouse Gallery, called Island Time by artists Ester Strijbos, Janny Thompson and Monica Nawrocki, seems like a good opportunity to find these in art.Continue reading A review of Island Time: Finding Time
The ‘Creative Spaces Garden & Studio Tour’ returns on Saturday, July 8.
“This is a self-guided tour, and once you get your ticket, you can choose what gardens or artist studios you want to visit, in what order, and you can stay as long as you want at each place,” explained Nancy Kendel, a museum board member whose garden will be among those exhibited.
“We have 17 venues this year, 21 participating artists and gardeners,” added Managing Director/Curator Melanie Boyle.Continue reading The 2023 Creative Spaces Garden & Studio Tour
The Old Schoolhouse Art Gallery is looking forward to what may be their best season in years.
“There’s a post COVID enthusiasm which was first evidenced by the submissions that we had that have resulted in seven shows. There’s no hesitation about Covid rules, or what we should or shouldn’t do. We’ve been a nonprofit for a year and a bit, and the new manager has had a year behind her. Things feel more settled, and more focused on the magic of the shows than the behind the scenes business that the boards have to handle in any organization in a big time of change,” explained Oriane Lee Johnston (OLJ).
“One thing that Islanders can look forward to is a full season, starting from the 9th of June.”Continue reading The Old Schoolhouse Art Gallery’s 2023 Exhibition Line-up
Folk U Radio: Memories of Christmas Past. December 18th and 25th.
Today’s show is in collaboration with Jane Newman and the Cortes Island Museum and Archives. I am already anticipating when we will tell tales of Christmas 2020 as one of our memories of Christmas past. The Museum and Archives are working to archive and memorialize the Pandemic of 2020.Continue reading Folk U: Memories of Christmas Past