Arts & Entertainment

Ingres at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Quebec

Part I

For any one who is even slightly interested in French 19 century neo-classic art or in the work of Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres in particular, this exhibition is a chance of a life time.

Obama portrait a labour of love

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Photo: Scott French

In a building that once housed a women's undergarment manufacturer and a ball bearing factory, one can find artist Tom Cohen's studio. Drawing on the consumer products that populate our day-to-day lives -- flyers, paper, even Kleenex boxes -- Cohen is taking what is old, forgotten or thrown away and making something new again.

St. Pat’s set for mid-year concert

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Photo: Courtesy of David Parker

St. Patrick's High School will be turning it up for this year's mid-year concert, Wednesday, January 21. Bands from Secondary 1 through 5, including the school's music concentration program, dubbed the Nation of Concentration, will perform.

English speaking stained glass course

The opportunity for an english speaking stained glass course has come up.  Briefly it would be course that would see you create a stained glass lamp at the end.  The cost would be approx $140 which would include materials and tools.  The course would be one night/week.  Times/length etc up to the instructor.  There are currently two people interested.  The instructor wishes minimum of 4 and

2009 at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

During a press conference, yesterday morning at the Musée national des beaux arts du Quebec, its newly appointer director Esther Trépanier presented the most interesting 2009 program of exhibitions most of which will surely enrich the public's understanding of modernism.

Lepage resurrects Dragons' Trilogy with The Blue Dragon

The sequel to the critically acclaimed Dragons' Trilogy by playwright and director Robert Lepage makes its Canadian debut at the Théâtre du Trident.

QAC to stage Shaw production

Preparations are underway for the Quebec Art Company's spring production, Arms and the Man, written by the well known Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw. While better known now for such plays as Pygmalion (later adapted into the musical My Fair Lady), Shaw was a prolific playwright (more than 60 plays) and music and literary critic.

QAC to bring Shaw to the stage

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Preparations are underway for the Quebec Art Company’s spring production, Arms and the Man, written by the well known Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw.  While better known now for such plays as Pygmalion (later adapted into the musical My Fair Lady), Shaw was a prol

Les Rhapsodes bring Handel, English carols to QC stage

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Photo: Scott French

Shannon Author Captures Irish-Canadian Experience

My dad was Irish and my mom was French -- another one of those mixed marriages. But they appreciated the same things. Of course, my dad said, "It took me twenty years to learn."

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