Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Art Events In Plain View

In Plain View Artist Aliza Amihude Expresses Herself!

The Vaudeville Vixens!
Location: The Ellice Theatre, 585 Ellice Avenue
Winnipeg, MB

Phone: 204-295-2478
October 16th, 17th, & 18th at 8:00pm

Reclaiming Winnipeg’s place in the history of Vaudeville, Va-Va-Va-Vaudeville! featuring Vic Vesuvio and the Vaudeville Vixens is sure to delight adult audiences from October 16-18, 2009, 8pm at the Ellice Theatre, 585 Ellice Avenue, Winnipeg, with an eclectic two-act performance.

Va-Va-Va-Vaudeville! is the brainchild of three Winnipeg multi-media artists – Aliza Amihude, Kami Desilets, and Keri-lee Smith, all who produced, wrote, and will perform original pieces, supported by guest emcee Cory Wojcik, and performance artists, Connie Rodrigues and Atom Dzaman.

These three October performances are the first in a series of Va-Va-Va-Vaudeville! shows that will run every four months, created to provide a medium for Manitoba performance artists to showcase their own original work. The 2010 shows will feature a different guest emcee, more original material, and different supporting actors and acts, except for our three Vixens, Amihude, Desilets, and Smith.

Tickets are $11
$1 going to Oyate Tipi in support of Winnipeg women’s shelters
buy in advance by calling 204-295-2478
or at Into the Music ($12)
Adults only Admission!!

Helen Lyons invites you to:


CRE8ERY presents:
 an exhibition of contemporary fabric art by artist,
Tara Davis

ribbon – chain - wool - acrylic - grandma – doily – beads – buttons – plastic- lace – tulle – paint– bouquet -twigs - fringe
Opening Reception, Thursday October 15, 2009, 7-11pm
Exhibition closes Tues, Oct 20, 5 pm

Additional Hours: Friday to Sunday, 12-5; Monday eve 6-10; & Tuesday 12-5 pm

Tara Davis intimately blends a variety of textures and colours to create multi-media pieces and wearable scarves. She inherits, finds or otherwise acquires her materials from different times, places, and people. Each medium carries its own history and story. As Tara weaves together these assorted findings, she, therefore, mixes past with present, old with new, fact with fiction and encourages viewers and wearers to question their stories in the midst of these opposing yet complementary forces.


News about Wayne Arthur Gallery

 Gloria De Neve will be here at the gallery for part of each Wednesday while her show is on. Gina is unable to make it until the Creative Coffeebreak, Thursday, October 22 at 7.
There are some pictures on the web site:

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