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Monday, March 11, 2013

What's ON: Courses & Workshops, World Stage, NextSteps and more at The Harbourfront Centre

Courses & Workshops
Learning that keeps you in mind!
We close out our spring sessions with a variety of workshops designed for people like you: creative, curious and always moving forward. We offer low instructor-to-student ratios and a fun and relaxed environment – all on the inspiring shore of Lake Ontario.
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Underwater Art
March 16
Are you missing the beach this March Break? Not to worry, we're bringing the fun to you with a morning full of underwater-themed art activities. Make your own jellyfish, build an "aquarium" for some fishy friends and more. Just don't forget your sunscreen!
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Hand Embroidery
March 16
Learn basic stitching techniques and how to apply them successfully to a variety of fabrics. Stitches to be covered include chain stitch, split stitch, rope stitch, fly stitch, seed stitch, French knotting, pinwheels and lazy daisies!
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Publicity 101
March 16
In this intensive one-day workshop, novelist Brian Francis and Random House of Canada publicity manager Adria Iwasutiak discuss the tools that will help you rise above the pack and get your book noticed!
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Mixed Media Painting
March 16-17
Learn to introduce alternative materials and mediums into your painting. Building on the fundamentals of abstract painting, discover the impact of layering, glazing, staining and removal on interest and balance within your work.
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A Celebration of Kalanidhi Fine Arts
March 14-16
Kalanidhi Fine Arts celebrates 60 years with 15 performances spread over three nights. Also included during the festival are educational symposiums and a dance residency in Kalaripayattu conducted by the two principal dancers of Samudra Performing Arts. Part ofNextSteps.
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Crime Showcase
March 20
A reading and discussion with four of today's thrilling crime novelists: Linwood Barclay (Trust Your Eyes), Ian Hamilton (The Scottish Banker of Surabaya), Becky Masterman (Rage Against the Dying) and S.J. Parris(Sacrilege).
TAO Dance Theater
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TAO Dance Theater (China)
March 20-23
The boundaries of physical dance are shattered as bodies fold, collapse, invert and mirror each other in a dazzling display of kinetics.
Production Sponsor Manulife Financial
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Visual Arts Winter Exhibitions 2013
Daily until April 14
Today's hottest contemporary visual artists explore the idea of what is "north" in our newly renovated main gallery. Featuring six exciting new exhibitions in visual arts, photography, craft and architecture.
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Art of Football
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If it captured our heart, our attention, or our eye, we just had to have it for you! Visit The Centre Shop today for accessories, gifts and one-of-kind delights in contemporary design and craft.
 The Power Plant
Franklin Sirmans, the Terri and Michael Smooke Department Head and Curator of Contemporary Art at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, will be in town for The Power Plant's International Lecture Series.
There's always something fun and furry happening at PawsWay! Make it a part of your Harbourfront Centre experience today, and please... bring your pets. FREE!
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