In this exhibit the viewer will see examples of contemporary portraiture, still life, and landscape. Works of artists collective PLANS (professional living artists of Nova Scotia).
Tag Archives | October 15
From soulful songs to lively fiddles and banjos, you can’t beat the intimate setting for this close encounter at the crossroads.
String players from BC to Cape Breton and across the ocean meet for a very special gathering in a place where the tunes live on forever.
Every year Ceolas brings Cape Breton musicians and dancers to teach in its summer school in South Uist. Today they hold a reunion in Glendale.
Acadia is alive and well at Etoile and tonight they celebrate with friends from Quebec, Cheticamp and across the sea. Bring your dancing shoes!
Scottish and Cape Breton roots reconnect and voices fill the air with song for this dynamic ceilidh that will be a visit to remember.
Join Mac and his keyboard “buds” as they explore the evolution of Cape Breton’s unique piano style. Its alive and well… and always on the move.
Located at the Gaelic College in St. Ann’s, the licensed Festival Club offers an opportunity for artists to showcase in a more informal setting, as well as get a session in with friends and colleagues from near and far.