Cambrian College’s Open Studio presents: Works in Process: Practicing Art

Posted on Wednesday March 16, 2016

SUDBURY – Beginning Wednesday, March 16, through to April 2, Cambrian College’s downtown Open Studio will be transformed into a working studio space, providing an opportunity for interaction between professional artists, amateur artists, and members of the public.

Works in Process: Practicing Art aims to bring together artists of all skill levels through mini-events and skill exchanges, including a collage party and an artist trading card opportunity. All are welcome to take part as collaborators, creators, experimenters, or observers. Admission is free, but material or monetary donations are appreciated.

Artists and visitors can expect to find banquet tables, chairs, a wooden painting easel, drawing horses, walls for hanging artwork, magazines, scissors, newsprint, buckets for paint and water, two iMac computers, and other materials for their use.  All are welcome to attend and to bring in their own art supplies to use in addition to what is provided.

Due to ventilation constraints, processes or materials that produce strong scents such as oil paints, varnishes, spray paint or other aerosols may not be used in the Open Studio.

For details, please contact Leesa Bringas, Open Studio Technician, at leesa.bringas@cambrianinternational.ca or 705-566-8101, ext. 6323. The Open Studio is on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ccopenstudio/.

Exhibit Hours:
March 16 – April 2
Wednesday to Saturday
10 a.m. – 3 p.m., and by appointment

Location:
93 Cedar St, Unit 303, Sudbury, Ontario

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Contact:
Leesa Bringas
Open Studio Technician
Cambrian College
(705) 566-8101, ext. 6323
leesa.bringas@cambrianinternational.ca

Cambrian College Alumni Association presents: DISASTER HEROES: How a Driller’s “Plan B” Saved 33 Chilean Miners

Posted on Tuesday March 15, 2016

SUDBURY–On Wednesday, March 23, Cambrian College’s Alumni Association is pleased to welcome two special guests: Brandon Fisher, the driller who led the team that rescued 33 men trapped for 69 days in a Chilean mine, …

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