January 19 to January 26
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Feb. 11, 2017 to Feb. 3, 2018 Dance serves many functions, from simple pleasure in movement to religious devotion and ritual. This exhibition, drawn from the permanent collection at RiverBrink, includes artists’ renderings of dancers and dances in various forms. Among the Canadian examples include early folk dance and Indigenous performances rec…


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February 11, 2017 to February 3, 2018 William Pars’ Portrait of the Young Simcoe (1770-75) is showcased alongside watercolours by Elizabeth Simcoe in this exhibition which celebrates the 1783 Act Against Slavery.  The Act was an important step toward limiting slavery in the Canadas and is considered Simcoe’s most important achievement…


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Opening Spring 2017 The 2003 donation of this portfolio of prints significantly increased the number of works by members of the Group in the RiverBrink collection. The photolithographs, published by Rous & Mann in 1925, were an early project in the history of reproductions of work by Group members in Canada. Image detail: Lawren Harris, Moun…


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September 28 2017 to January 27 2018 The opening of the Welland Ship Canal in 1932 represented the culmination of more than one hundred years of construction of increasingly complex technical and engineering marvels. This exhibition allows visitors to experience the history of canal-building in Niagara as captured by artists working in printmaking…


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In fall 2017, Rodman Hall invites visitors to experience the exhibition Material Girls, which brings together Canadian and international female artists from across artistic disciplines and cultural backgrounds. Giving particular attention to the colourfulness and jubilance of this exhibition, in Colour Constructs, students in Visual Arts, Studies i…


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Cathy Peters is currently in the Spotlight until February 18. Her emotive paintings transpose us from the everyday to the sublime. Otherworldly, the ebb/flow of maps and marks float rhythmically through this colourful body of new work. See some of her work on our website.


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This exhibition coincides with the talk presented by Walker Cultural Leader, Dr. Julie Crooks. Her research situates the Bell-Sloman Collection as a “fugitive archive,” built with defiance and resistance, in order to preserve, salvage and recover the histories of black Canadian communities whose stories and material artefacts are often…


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Visit Canada’s foremost illumination festival, the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights in Niagara Falls, Canada – November 18th, 2017 to January 31st, 2018. This winter the Festival will be celebrating its 35th season! The festivities will kick-off with Opening Ceremonies on Saturday, November 18th in Queen Victoria Park, admis…


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Dance and technology stunningly intersect in this new solo work that gathers sensory data from the dancer – using real-time motion capture, an infrared camera and accelerometer motion sensors – to interpret to movement instantaneously. In this ground-breaking new work, choreographer William Yong continues to explore the intersection of the huma…


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Come celebrate Elvis’ Birthday with a tribute to the King by 2 Award Winning Elvis Tribute Artists backed by Rudy And The Angels Showband! A show not to be missed! Relive moments from the 1950s through the 1970s with an authentic recreation by Matthew Boyce and Anthony Joseph.


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All great composers push past the traditional boundaries, sweeping us along with them. Wagner wrote a tender pastoral, an intimate gift for his wife; Ravel coloured the familiar delights of childhood with a gentle intimation of melancholy. In Honey and Rue, André Previn and Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison created a contemporary song cycle of desire,…


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Our Tuesday Music@Noon series is generously sponsored by the RBC Foundation. This free concert series takes place most Tuesdays at noon throughout the academic year, displaying the artistry and creativity of a wide variety of musicians. Tuesday Jan. 23 - Timothy White (trumpet) & Lesley Kingham (piano) Tuesday Jan. 30 - Zoltan Zalman (clarinet…


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Brock University’s Film Society (BUFS), which draws its showings of unusual films from the circuit of the Toronto International Film Festival, has announced most of its Winter-Spring season. BUFS brings the best in international, independent, and Canadian cinema to Niagara!  As usual, tickets can be purchased (cash/cheque only) at the ta…


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This charming and poignant multimedia show features the voices of Canadians recorded in every province and territory, alongside personal anecdotes from a family adventure to find them, filled with humour and moments of madness. This epic tale was developed by Lisa Marie DiLiberto and Charles Ketchabaw in collaboration with artists from across the…


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Julie Nesrallah, popular host of CBC Radio 2 Tempo, joins three of Canada’s finest singers, soprano Lauren Margison, tenor Richard Margison and bass-baritone Gary Relyea, along with pianist Robert Kortgaard, in an evening of arias and ensembles from the world’s most popular operas. The second half will be dedicated to selections from Ca…


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The Historical Society of St. Catharines presents: “Morningstar Mill: Photographs, Letters and Logbooks” , an illustrated talk presenting the history of Wilson Morningstar’s family and businesses through historic photos, letters and his logbooks.. Presented by Carla Mackie,,  Historical Services Coordinator for the City of St. Catharin…


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The Grimsby Film Series was created to offer a local option for watching blockbuster movies at bargain prices. The screenings take place in the cozy Fireplace Lounge and offer a completely unique experience in a community atmosphere. This combined with our fabulous selection of award-winning and/or critically acclaimed films make these evenings one…


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Our world as we know it is rapidly changing, with scholars identifying present events as ‘post-normal’ (O’Connor and Anderson 2015). In this climate of anxiety and political uncertainty, how is the practice of drama in education and applied theatre a means to respond to and attempt to speak back to these times? The lectures and workshops will…


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Encore! Professional Concert Series presents: Jump with Guy Few and Stephanie Mara A program that springs across the spectrum of classical music, Guy Few (trumpet and piano) and Stephanie Mara (piano) present Jump, which explores the quirkier side of repertoire for trumpet and piano, and piano four-hand. Energetic and exciting, the music hops from…

January 19 to January 26