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Gallery show is dying wish for artist

The work of Laura Church, who is in hospice care, will be featured in a solo exhibition at Gallery 1051. Laura Church took up art after her life had fallen apart. It has been a source of expression, comfort, challenge and purpose in the 11 years since. And…
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Shining the stage lights on Tom Wilson’s story

The world premiere of Beautiful Scars, a musical adaptation of the musician and artist's 2017 memoir, is about creating understanding and has required a deep level of trust and creative collaboration, he says. The journey has been a long and winding road, but the world premiere of Beautiful…
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New mural printed at Hamilton Farmers’ Market

Local artist John Godfrey teamed up with Prints Ink, a Hamilton start-up that offers the services of wallPen, a massive vertical printer. A new mural at the Hamilton Farmers’ Market combines the talents of a local artist with a massive inkjet printer that prints on vertical walls. John…
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Hamilton Arts Week accepting applications for signature events

10th annual Hamilton Arts Council event taking place June 5-14 with events across the city. The 10th annual Hamilton Arts Week returns June 5 to 14 and is now accepting applications from artists and arts organizations to participate as signature events. Applicants can request between $500 to…
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Queen of three dimensions

Katya Neklyudova has one of her stereoscopic photos featured in a book published by Queen guitarist Brian Ma Hamilton resident and McMaster University professor Katya Neklyudova, a lifelong Queen fan, has one of her photos published in a book of 3D photography published by Brian May, the…
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Labour’s new stories

Tara Bursey, executive director of the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre, has shifted the non-profit from a place of permanent exhibits to one built around the views of local artists and the community about the present and future of work. From its start as a hub for…