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Events at OSA

  • Nuit Blanche at the OSA

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    Nuit Blanche at the OSA

    ARTIST LOCATIONS 

    George St: Rob Hinchley, Guillermo Trejo, Joyce Westrop, Svetlana Swinimer, Melissa Blackman Monster Printmaking

    George St: Darcy Whyte A Message

    Main Gallery: Ryan Seyeau STREET, CHINATOWN.

    Lee Matasi Gallery- TBD

    Lunchroom- Carina Profir Avril 106

    STUDIO 108- Printmakers Connective 

    STUDIO 208- Gerard Belec Comic Jam! 

    STUDIO 303- Claire Scherzinger Serpentine

    STUDIO 305- SubZeroArts MNML

    STUDIO 306- Marissa Baumeister Mapping Ottawa

    4th FLOOR- Graduation Student Show 2014 Art Traffic


    September 20, 2014 – September 221 2014

    Saturday September 20, 2014 from 6:20 pm – 4:21 am

    Free to the public - Everyone welcome

    20 septembre au 21 septembre 2014

    Samedi 20 septembre 2014 de 18 h 20 à 4 h 21

    Entrée gratuite - Bienvenue à tous

  • Storytelling | Orleans

    Storytelling opens at the Ottawa School of Art Gallery Orleans Campus

    storytellers 2 Cover: Adrian Stimson, Beyond Redemption, 2010​

    Ottawa, ON (September 9, 2014) The Ottawa School of art is proud to present Storytelling a selection of pieces featured in the 2nd edition of the Contemporary Native Art Biennial. The exhibition takes place from September 12 to October 19, 2014 at the Ottawa School of Art’s Orleans Campus Gallery on the main floor of the Shenkman Arts Centre, Orleans.

    Come join us Sunday September 28 for 12pm to 3pm for Artist Talk and reception in the Gallery. Artist Talk will be by Adrian Stimson, artist of Beyond Redemption, 2010 (the bison installation). Exploring the theme of storytelling and its importance in native cultures, Storytelling is a powerful exhibit with compelling artwork by 6 North American Native artists in diverse media. Infused with something profoundly contemporary, these stories come to us from strong voices telling us their stories empowered by their past. The artists invite the public to listen and discover their stories, and share their truths. The featured artists and works are: Adrian Stimson’s Bison installation, Amelia Winger-Bearskin’s video work, Frank Shebageget’s riveting float plane installation, Meryl McMaster’s series of photographs, Leonard Getinthecar (Nicholas & Jerrod Galanin) mixed media works , and Michael Anthony Simon’s mixed media work.

    For more information on the Ottawa School of Art Orleans, its instructors, classes and fall program visit www.artottawa.ca or call us at 613-580-2765

    Ottawa School of Art Orleans campus Gallery located in the Shenkman Arts Centre Free Reception. All Welcome! 245 Centrum Blvd. Orleans ON. K1E 0A1

    For more information please contact Nadine Argo, Gallery Coordinator 613-580-2765 or osao.gallery@artottawa.ca

    02-Leonard Getinthecar-photo credit Mike Patten-web Leonard Getinthecar (Nicholas & Jerrod Galanin), Space Invaders, 2013​
    Reception: Sunday September 28, 1 pm to 3 pm Free to the public - Everyone welcomeWorks will be on display from: September 12 - October 19 2014
    Réception : Dimanche 28 septembre de 13 h à 15 h Entrée gratuite - Bienvenue à tous
    Les oeuvres seront exposées du : 12 septembre au 19 octobre 2014

    Exposition Storytelling à la galerie de l'École d’art d’Ottawa – campus d’Orléans 

    storytellers 2 Cover: Adrian Stimson, Beyond Redemption, 2010​ Ottawa, ON (9 septembre 2014) L’École d’art d’Ottawa est fière de présenter l’exposition de groupe Storytellingmettant en vedette une sélection d’œuvres tirées de la 2e édition de la Biennale d’art contemporain autochtone. L’exposition a lieu du 12 septembre au 19 octobre 2014, à la galerie d’Orléans de l’École d’art d’Ottawa, située à l’étage principal du Centre des arts Shenkman. Joignez-vous à nous le dimanche 28 septembre de 12 h à 15 h pour une causerie avec l’un des artistes et une réception dans la galerie. Adrian Stimson, artiste créateur de l’œuvre Beyond Redemption, 2010 (l’installation présentant des bisons), sera l’artiste invité pour la causerie. Explorant le thème du conte et l’importance de ce sujet pour les cultures autochtones, Storytelling est une exposition percutante d’œuvres réalisées par 6 artistes autochtones d’Amérique du Nord et faisant appel à diverses techniques. Empreintes d’une dimension profondément contemporaine, ces histoires nous sont transmises par des voix fortes qui nous racontent leurs histoires habitées par le passé. Les artistes invitent le public à écouter et découvrir leurs histoires et à partager leurs vérités. Les œuvres présentées sont : l’installation présentant des bisons par Adrian Stimson, le travail vidéo d’Amelia Winger-Bearskin, la captivante installation d’un hydravion de Frank Shebageget, la série de photographies de Meryl McMaster, les œuvres en techniques mixtes de Leonard Getinthecar (Nicholas et Jerrod Galanin) et le travail faisant appel à diverses techniques de Michael Anthony Simon. Pour toute autre information concernant l’École d’art d’Ottawa – campus d’Orléans, ses professeurs, ses cours ou la programmation d’automne, visitez le www.artottawa.ca ou appelez-nous au 613-580-2765. La galerie de l’École d’art d’Ottawa – Orléans est située dans le Centre des arts Shenkman. Réception gratuite. Bienvenue à tous! 245, boul. Centrum, Orléans ON K1E 0A1 Pour plus d'information, contactez Nadine Argo, coordonnatrice de la galerie au 613-580-2765 ou à osao.gallery@artottawa.ca 02-Leonard Getinthecar-photo credit Mike Patten-web Leonard Getinthecar (Nicholas & Jerrod Galanin), Space Invaders, 2013​
    Reception: Sunday September 28, 1 pm to 3 pm Free to the public - Everyone welcome
    Works will be on display from: September 12 - October 19 2014
    Réception : Dimanche 28 septembre de 13 h à 15 h Entrée gratuite - Bienvenue à tous
    Les oeuvres seront exposées du : 12 septembre au 19 octobre 2014
  • Storytelling | Downtown

    Storytelling opens at the Ottawa School of Art Gallery Downtown Campus

    ST-DT 2 Merritt Johnson, Coyote boy, 2011  

    Ottawa, ON (September 9, 2014) The Ottawa School of Art Byward Market Campus is proud to present the group exhibition Storytelling, a selection of pieces featured in the 2nd edition of the Contemporary Native Art Biennial. The exhibition takes place from September 25 to November 16 at the Ottawa School of Art’s Byward Market Gallery at 35 George Street, Ottawa. Reception takes place on Thursday, October 2 from 5pm to 8pm.

    Exploring the theme of storytelling and its importance in native cultures, Storytelling is a powerful exhibit with compelling artwork by 5 North American Native artists in diverse media. Infused with something profoundly contemporary, these stories come to us from strong voices telling us their stories empowered by their past. The artists invite the public to listen and discover their stories, and share their truths. This group exhibition showcases the art works of Luke Parnell, Merritt Johnson, Tanis Maria S’eiltin, Nadia Myre, and Sonny Assu.

    For more information on the Ottawa School of Art Byward Market Campus, its instructors, classes and fall program visit www.artottawa.ca or call us at 613-241-7471

    Ottawa School of Art Byward Market campus Gallery located at 35 George Street Free Reception. All Welcome! 35 George Street, Ottawa ON. K1N 8W5

    For more information please contact Nina Camilleri, Marketing Coordinator 613-241-7471 or marketing@artottawa.ca

     
    Vernissage: Thursday October 2, 5 pm to 8 pm Free to the public - Everyone welcomeWorks will be on display from: September 25 - November 16 2014
    Vernissage : Jeudi 2 octobre de 17 h à 20 h Entrée gratuite - Bienvenue à tous
    Les oeuvres seront exposées du : 25 septembre au 16 novembre 2014

    Exposition Storytelling à la galerie de l'École d’art d’Ottawa – campus du centre-ville

    ST-DT 2 Ottawa, ON (9 septembre 2014) L'École d'art d'Ottawa – campus du marché By est fière de présenter l'exposition de groupe Storytelling mettant en vedette une sélection d'oeuvres tirées de la seconde édition de la Biennale d'art contemporain autochtone. L'exposition a lieu du 25 septembre au 16 novembre, à la galerie du marché By de l’École d’art d’Ottawa, située à 35 rue George dans le marché By. La réception a lieu le jeudi 2 octobre de 17 h à 20 h. Explorant le thème du conte et l’importance de ce sujet pour les cultures autochtones, Storytelling est une exposition percutante d’œuvres réalisées par 5 artistes autochtones d’Amérique du Nord et faisant appel à diverses techniques. Empreintes d’une dimension profondément contemporaine, ces histoires nous sont transmises par des voix fortes qui nous racontent leurs histoires habitées par le passé. Les artistes invitent le public à écouter et découvrir leurs histoires et à partager leurs vérités. Cette exposition met en valeur les œuvres de Luke Parnell, Merritt Johnson, Tanis Maria S’eiltin, Nadia Myre et Sonny Assu. Pour toute autre information concernant l’École d’art d’Ottawa – campus du marché By, ses professeurs, ses cours ou la programmation d’automne, visitez le www.artottawa.ca ou appelez-nous au 613-241-7471. La galerie de l’École d’art d’Ottawa – marché By est située dans le marché By. Réception gratuite. Bienvenue à tous! 35 rue George, Ottawa ON K1N 8W5 Pour plus d'information, contactez Nina Camilleri, coordonnatrice de marketing au 613-241-7471 ou à marketing@artottawa.ca
    Vernissage: Thursday October 2, 5 pm to 8 pm Free to the public - Everyone welcome
    Works will be on display from: September 25 - November 16 2014
    Vernissage : Jeudi 2 octobre de 17 h à 20 h Entrée gratuite - Bienvenue à tous
    Les oeuvres seront exposées du : 25 septembre au 16 novembre 2014
     
  • FINE ARTS DIPLOMA and PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
      THE OTTAWA SCHOOL OF ART IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2014/2015​​ FINE ARTS DIPLOMA and PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Registration deadline: Friday, AUGUST 29, 2014 The Ottawa School of Art follows a tradition of alternative art schools by providing the community with the opportunity for visual expression and creative development. In addition to the vibrant arts community within the school, students have the advantage of the School​'​s ​​excellent location in the heart of the ByWard Market. The Ottawa School of Art has been celebrating visual arts training since 1879. ----------------------------------------------------------- FINE ARTS DIPLOMA three-year, 90 credit program Students receive the benefits of an intensive pre-professional fine arts training program allowing them to complete most or all of their studies close to home. In addition, the Ottawa School of Art receives students from across Canada and from around the world creating an interesting and diverse learning environment. ----------------------------------------------------------- PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE one-year, 30 credit program Structured for students who need to develop and expand their present body of work in preparation for applications to university, college or art school, this intensive course of study allows for a high degree of interaction with​ ​working professional artists in a studio setting. ----------------------------------------------------------- OSA admission is on a first come, first served basis, until classes are filled. The OSA's Fine Arts Diploma Program is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities as a Private Career College. To learn more about full-time studies at the Ottawa School of Art and requirements for admission, please visit our website at: www.artottawa.ca <http://www.artottawa.ca/> Click on your full-time program of choice, select the 'Admissions' section and access a downloadable application form. ​ ​ Start the application process by filling out the application form and bringing the items listed on the front of the form to the interview.​ Make your appointment by calling 613.241.7471.​ For further information, please email the Diploma Coordinator at: diploma@artottawa.ca
  • Off-site exhibitions

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    This exhibition features an array of paintings in oil and acrylic, by six local artist: David Houlton, Beata Jakubek, Patricia Wilmot Savoie, Roy Brash, Lynne Morin, and Linda Bordage.   Their work can be viewed from July 22 to September 30, 2014.

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    John Page is showcasing four of his larger landscape themed Oil on Canvas works from July 22 to September 30, 2014.  

      Artist Biography John Page I was born and raised in the west-end of Toronto. We were a family of three children, my two sisters, and myself. When my sisters reached high school, they had already established themselves in the family as accomplished artists and enrolled in Commercial Art programs at school. I did not really try to discover whether I had any talent as an artist until I was 17. I was not happy with going to a technical school at the time and began to draw to see whether or not I could do it. My sisters thought that I did have some capabilities and encouraged me to switch to Commercial Art. Studying Art for me, especially Art History was great. I loved the history and the technicality of classical painting. After four years of Commercial Art, however, I decided that producing commercial style painting on a daily basis was not for me. It was at this point that I had an opportunity to get into drafting which I did for several years. When I saw that computer technology was threatening the drawing table I began to study computer technology and ultimately became a programmer. During these years I kept my interest for art alive by painting periodically and giving the paintings away to family and friends. My younger sister however was seriously pursuing a career in Art, displaying her work at local galleries, and when we would talk about it she would ultimately encourage me to paint. After ignoring my sister’s words of encouragement for years, I finally decided to give it a try. However, my initial experiments were a disaster because while I could draw, I had no experience painting with oils and it had been a long time since I had tried watercolours. I did, however, settle on watercolours and created a few pieces that my friends told me were good. After creating a number of pieces and selling them in galleries, I began to see the limitations of watercolour, relative to what I wanted to accomplish. I then switched to oils and after fumbling through a few pieces I began to appreciate what could be done with oils. Oils gave me the degree of exactness and contrast that pacified my eye and challenged my ability to develop the needed technique for a given piece.   Today, I tend to describe myself as a generalist in that I enjoy painting the major disciplines; portraits, still – life and landscapes. Looking back on my body of work up to this moment, the majority of my work has been landscapes. Landscapes have a great appeal to me because of my love for the natural world. Nature, in all its wonder, is an infinite source of inspiration. When choosing subjects, panoramic views with the mountains in the background and a lake in the foreground ha little appeal to me. Panoramic, from my perspective keep the viewer at a distance. My intent, as a painter, is to give the viewer a more intimate look at nature. Ideally I try to put the viewer into the scene and point out a vignette of the natural world that they may have passed by without really noticing. A much as I enjoy painting landscapes, however, I am also driven to experiment periodically with the other classical disciplines of portrait, still – life and nudes. From the perspective of a painter, rendering skin has an allure all its own. Catching that elusive expression of feeling is a great challenge with equally great rewards. So too are the rewards in the technicality of rendering glass, metal, cloth and other materials. The challenge of convincing the viewer that they are looking at something that has depth, texture, transparency etc. is simply a lot of fun. To enjoy the technicality of painting is to constantly push oneself toward the illusion of perfection.   Artist CV Born: Toronto, Ontario Membership: Elected Member of “The Society of Canadian Artists” Member of the Central Ontario Art Association Juried Shows:  Society of Canadian Artists, International Artist, GOR Gallery, (Kitchener), Guelph Art, (Guelph), Barber Gallery, (Guelph), IMA, (Toronto), Gallery Shows, (Solo):  KOR Gallery, (Kitchener), Kaleidescope Restaurant, (Guelph), Barber Gallery, (Guelph) Featured: Rogers Local Cable, Guelph, First Local, Rogers Cable, (Morning Show), Guelph Mercury Newspaper John Page is relatively new to the art scene, having started to paint in mid-life.  Originally John had studied commercial art but had decided that fine art was the forté that gave him the most satisfaction.  After experimenting with other mediums, John settled on ‘oil on canvas’ as the medium that satisfied his eye. John lived in a rural area for a number of years and derived the majority of his wor4k from that experience.  While being known for his landscapes, John also believes in practicing the other classical disciplines of still–life, portraiture, and nudes.  Regarding his obvious love for painting, John stated; “Painting for me is a passion, and if a passion is consuming…let it devour me completely”

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    OSA alumni Virginia Dupuis is showing a selection of her water / amphibian themed Oil on Canvas works from July 23 to October 1, 2014.  

    Biography Virginia has been exhibiting her work professionally for a number of years. She is a graduate of the 3 year Fine Arts Diploma at the Ottawa School of Art. In the final year she refined her oil painting practice by completing two Advanced Studios in oil painting, as well as two Apprenticeships in oil painting with a concentration into colour theory. Virginia was the recipient of both the Ted Marshall Scholarship and the Morton Baslaw Watercolour Scholarship at the Ottawa School of Art. She has received numerous jurors’ awards and was recently awarded a grant from the AOE Arts Council to present her work in Shenkman Arts Centre. As well, she received an exhibition assistance grant from the Ontario Arts Council. Virginia recently received Elected Membership into the Society of Canadian Artists. Virginia volunteers as Secretary of Arteast and the Ottawa Art Association, and is Arteast curator for Blackburn Hamlet Library. She works out of Old Stick Studios and participates in the Orleans Art Studio Tour. www.virginiadupuis.com

    “Harmony at Petrie Island” 1. My ear is drawn to the harmonious calls of frogs and birds in their beautiful surroundings at Petrie Island. The simultaneous and often competing songs leave me looking both skyward and to the water. I find these noises relaxing and peaceful, as I associate the harmony of sound with the beautiful sights. My eye is drawn to bright leaves, which hit by sunlight, dance on the water. I admire radiant greens, water reflections, puddles of rain on lily pads, and ripples on the violet-grey water; - harmony in colour. 2. 3. There is harmony in the organic shapes of a turtle shell or a lily pad, as I notice similar shapes repeating in nature on a larger scale. To paint nature is to take time to appreciate and notice much; – repeating shapes, rhythm and pattern. 4. 5. Exploring colouristically the drama in the patterns, in the traditional medium of oil, I take a macroscopic view and strive for a strong tactile quality, building up layers of paint to suggest the various harmonies in nature. 6. 7. Virginia Dupuis 8. 9.

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Important Reminders

  • Présentation d’œuvres à la Boutique L’automne 2014!

    Présentation d’œuvres à la Boutique L’automne 2014!

    Les présentations pour le passage aux œuvres de l’automne à la Boutique de l’EAO seront acceptées le mercredi 15 octobre et le jeudi 16 octobre de 10h à 15h.

     

    Au cours des derniers mois, plusieurs visiteurs et acheteurs sont venus faire un tour… Félicitations aux artistes qui ont vendu des œuvres!

    Les œuvres présentées à la Boutique de l’ÉAO seront évaluées par un jury. Les possibilités de juxtaposition des œuvres, un ‘thème’ (le cas échéant) et l’espace même de la boutique seront pris en considération dans le choix des pièces.

    Les œuvres présentées doivent être bien étiquetées, cadrées et prêtes pour l’accrochage; il faut veiller à ce que le cadre soit stable et solide.

      

    Cathy se fera un plaisir de répondre à vos questions au 613-241-7471, poste 27, ou à boutique@artottawa.ca

    Veuillez noter :

    Les œuvres exposées présentement dans la boutique peuvent être reprises aux dates indiquées ci-dessus.

    Veuillez apporter un carton à dessin et/ou le type d’emballage convenable pour emporter vos œuvres avec vous.

    On peut se procurer, en ligne et au bureau d’accueil de l’ÉAO, un contrat contenant les conditions générales.

    NOTE : IL N’Y A AUCUN THÈME RATTACHÉ AUX PRÉSENTATIONS DE L’AUTOMNE 2014.

    BOUTIQUE TERMS AND CONDITIONS FORM

     
  • FINE ARTS DIPLOMA and PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
      THE OTTAWA SCHOOL OF ART IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR 2014/2015​​ FINE ARTS DIPLOMA and PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS Registration deadline: Friday, AUGUST 29, 2014 The Ottawa School of Art follows a tradition of alternative art schools by providing the community with the opportunity for visual expression and creative development. In addition to the vibrant arts community within the school, students have the advantage of the School​'​s ​​excellent location in the heart of the ByWard Market. The Ottawa School of Art has been celebrating visual arts training since 1879. ----------------------------------------------------------- FINE ARTS DIPLOMA three-year, 90 credit program Students receive the benefits of an intensive pre-professional fine arts training program allowing them to complete most or all of their studies close to home. In addition, the Ottawa School of Art receives students from across Canada and from around the world creating an interesting and diverse learning environment. ----------------------------------------------------------- PORTFOLIO CERTIFICATE one-year, 30 credit program Structured for students who need to develop and expand their present body of work in preparation for applications to university, college or art school, this intensive course of study allows for a high degree of interaction with​ ​working professional artists in a studio setting. ----------------------------------------------------------- OSA admission is on a first come, first served basis, until classes are filled. The OSA's Fine Arts Diploma Program is registered with the Ontario Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities as a Private Career College. To learn more about full-time studies at the Ottawa School of Art and requirements for admission, please visit our website at: www.artottawa.ca <http://www.artottawa.ca/> Click on your full-time program of choice, select the 'Admissions' section and access a downloadable application form. ​ ​ Start the application process by filling out the application form and bringing the items listed on the front of the form to the interview.​ Make your appointment by calling 613.241.7471.​ For further information, please email the Diploma Coordinator at: diploma@artottawa.ca
  • Cours d'été pour adultes
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  • événement soulignant le 135e anniversaire
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    Savez-vous que nous célébrons cette année notre 135e anniversaire ?

    L’École d’art d’Ottawa (ÉAO) a le plaisir de vous inviter à sa collecte de fonds 2014 soulignant son 135e anniversaire. Guidée par sa devise « Enseigner l’art à tous », l’ÉAO est un chef de file dans le domaine de l’enseignement des arts à Ottawa depuis 1879. À l’occasion de cette soirée exceptionnelle, nous apprécierions grandement un don de votre part pour notre enchère silencieuse. Votre contribution complèterait à merveille cette mémorable soirée.   Organisée pour une 9e année consécutive, la collecte de fonds annuelle, célébrant cette année le 135e anniversaire de l’ÉAO, a pour objectif d’amasser 20 000 $ tout en faisant la promotion de son programme de bourse pour étudiants. École d’art à but non lucratif, l’ÉAO facilite l’accès à des cours d’art à des centaines étudiants chaque année grâce à son programme de bourses. Joignez-vous à nous et démontrez votre engagement envers les arts et la culture à Ottawa. L’étude des arts plastiques est un mode unique d’apprentissage et de développement personnel. Nous sollicitons votre soutien pour nous aider à enrichir la vie des étudiants dans le besoin en leur offrant un accès à des cours de qualité en arts plastiques offerts par des enseignants professionnels. Suite… Retenez la date : le 8 mai 2014 pour l’événement soulignant le 135e anniversaire The Irving Greenberg Theatre Centre (GCTC), 1233 rue Wellington ouest, Ottawa, 18 h 30, billets 45$  
     

    Orateur invité

      [caption id="attachment_4710" align="alignleft" width="300"]Michael Burgess Michael Burgess[/caption] Michael Burgess is one of Canada’s most distinguished actors and singers with award winning performances in theatre, film and television. His major theatre credits include the role of Jean Valjean in Toronto’s Royal Alexandra Theatre (Dora Award Nomination), the tenth Anniversary Concert at Royal Albert Hall, London, England; the Narrator in Blood Brothers in Blood Brothers with David Cassidy (Royal Alexandra Theatre, Toronto), and Man of La Mancha. Besides appearing off Broadway, Michael has appeared with the Stratford Festival, the National Arts Centre, to name a few venues, and has appeared in many television and film productions.  Michael starred in his own Gemini Award Winning CBC-TV Special, ‘Michael Burgess at Massey Hall’. A recording artist, Michael has two CDs, ‘A Place in the Sun’, and ‘Angels in the Snow’. Michael received both the Queens’ Golden Jubilee and the Diamond Jubilee Medal, along the Distinguished Canadian Leadership Award from the University of Ottawa. On February 6, 2013, Michael Burgess was induced into the Order of Ontario. Michael’s passionate commitment to charitable organizations matches his stellar performance career. Michael Burgess Actor and Singer

     
     

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    Les invités d'honneur

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    Encan silencieux

    Jetez un oeil à quelques-uns des éléments spectaculaires de l'encan silencieux avant l'événement anniversaire 135e y compris billets de VIA Rail, une peinture Christopher Griffin, une visite privée de la banque de l'art, et bien plus encore!

       
       


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