As a society, we are encouraged to explore external constructs and geographies, but rarely as individuals, are we encouraged to understand the internal landscape of the self. Only when both internal and external are understood and valued is true integration possible. Viewing Hours Tuesday-Friday: 10am – 5pm & Saturdays: 12 – 4pm
In 2020, I initiated a graphic novel project based on the story of a great-uncle geologist who was part of the first expedition to Makalu, Nepal, in 1954. This project is the result of a life-long passion for comics, combined with a prolific practice of visual arts since childhood. It is also inspired from my own travel to Makalu base camp in 2019, and by my experience working as a field geologist for over a decade.
This photography collection focuses on street photography which features unmediated chance encounters and random incidents in public places. Sullivan hopes with this collection, the viewer will create their own narrative. Sullivan enjoys taking photos on trips down south because of the diversity that cityscapes offer
Arts In The Park -Lucie D Arts in the Park is thrilled to return live to Lepage Park every Monday to Friday from May 30 to July 8th! Join us for a FREE celebration of local arts and community! 6 weeks of live performances and visual art demonstrations every weekday at noon! Family-focused entertainment every …
Arts In The Park -Fibre arts with The Northern Fibre Guild Arts in the Park is thrilled to return live to Lepage Park every Monday to Friday from May 30 to July 8th! Join us for a FREE celebration of local arts and community! 6 weeks of live performances and visual art demonstrations every weekday …
a dynamic and engaging martial art that can be traced to the middle of the 18th century. The sport is also referred to as the “Art of Eight Limbs” because it utilizes punching, kicking, elbowing and knee strikes. Muay Thai teaches combat skills that are good for self-defence along with positive holistic effects like respect, discipline, focus, and confidence. Open to ages 8 - 12.
Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, dinosaurs now live--and hunt--alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history's most fearsome creatures in a new Era. Recommended for ages 13+ for frightening scenes.