Thursday, August 31, 2017

Alexis Milligan directs the Peace Project at the Halifax Fringe Festival September 1- 10, 2017

The Peace Project directed by Alexis Milligan can be seen at

The Theatre NS Living Room, 2353 Agricola Street, Halifax
(one step up, no washrooms)

Friday September 1, 10pm
Saturday September 2, 2:30pm
Sunday September 3, 7:50pm
Monday September 4, 8:30pm
Friday September 8, 5:40pm
Saturday September 9, 5:45pm
Sunday September 10, 1:45pm

From their website:
"Where art and science meet: The PEACE Project initiates frank conversations about the many social stigmas and stereotypes surrounding palliative care, death and dying. This is an intimate and personal piece, full of humour, and is the result of an interprovincial research collaboration (Halifax, Montreal and Toronto) led by Dr. Brenda Sabo (Dalhousie School of Nursing) with artistic direction by Alexis Milligan (Transitus). The research phase for this project was fully funded by the Canadian Cancer Society. "

For Ticket go to:

Drama • Parental Guidance
60 Min

Sunday, August 13, 2017

Julia Millett performs at Summer Chamber Music Festival in Lunenburg on August 23, 2017 at 8 p.m.

Julia Millett

Julia Millett, oboe will perform Bach

Wednesday, August 23 

at 8 p.m.
Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance

Summer Chamber Music Festival: Bach Double Concerto

Concert three of LAMP's Summer Chamber Music series features Italian violinist Marcus Placci with pianist Marika Bournaki and oboist Julia Millett. Program to include the Bach Double Concerto.

Tickets to all of the performances listed below are available from the box office at 902-634-8667. They are also sold at Shop on the Corner, 263 Lincoln Street, Lunenburg.

Please check for up dates at

Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance
97-101 Kaulbach Street
Lunenburg NS

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Dorothy Ro, violinist and Lala Lee, pianist are two of the '30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30'


Dorothy Ro (photo by

Dorothy Ro, violinist and Lala Lee, pianist were selected for the 

30 hot Canadian classical musicians under 30 - 2017 edition.

You can read all about them at

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Call for Entries to the 75th Anniversary Talent Trust Exhibition - Deadline Sept 22, 2017

We are celebrating our 75th Anniversary in 2019!

Call for Entries to the 75th Anniversary Talent Trust Exhibition

NS Talent Trust Exhibition Call

This exhibition is open to practicing visual artists who have received scholarships from the Nova Scotia Talent Trust. Artists are invited to propose works completed in the past 15 years, including works held in Nova Scotian public collections.

Works will be selected by curators from the participating galleries. Artists’ exhibition fees and art transportation will be paid. An exhibition catalogue is planned.

Exhibition venues:
  • MSVU Art Gallery, Halifax, May - July 2019
  • Cape Breton University Art Gallery, Sydney, in the fall 2019
  • Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Yarmouth, November 2019 - October 2020

We are very thankful that Ingrid Jenkner, curator of the MSVU Art Gallery has agreed to help us with all the details for a successful exhibition. Thank you Ingrid!!!

Application Deadline: 22 September 2017

You can find and download a fill-able application form with all the details at

All questions and inquires about the 75th Anniversary Exhibition should be sent directly to Ingrid Jenkner at Ingrid.jenkner(at)

The Visual Arts Exhibition will be the venues for readings, film screenings, artist talks, and music and dance performances by Talent Trust scholarship recipients. A separate call will go out early in 2018.

Further questions about the 75th anniversary can be sent to 75anniversary(at)