WASM newsletter or January 24, 2022


For the complete newsletter:

https://mailchi.mp/39e6ec6119ec/january24-newsletter

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An important note from Leslie, daughter of Barbara Fox:

Leslie writes: I am very pleased with the way the day went for Mother’s Celebration of Life! Thank you (WASM) for helping me get the word out. There was however one mishap; two booklets of my mother’s art are missing. I ask you kindly to help me reach out to some the WASM members to see if someone inadvertently picked them up. They weren’t for the taking (they are the only copies) so I would appreciate having them back. Kind Regards, Leslie lesliefox_2000@yahoo.com

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Community Events:


Music:

Montreal band Sesquialtera plays waltz music with a twist. Listen here:

https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-78-all-in-a-weekend/clip/15888028-montreal-band-sesquialtera-plays-waltz-music-twist


https://www.riverlandcollective.com/news/welcome-sesquialtera

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Order of Canada recipient Andrew Paul MacDonald on his life in music and music education. Bishop's University music professor, Andrew Paul MacDonald, talks about his recent appointment to the Order of Canada and his musical career has evolved through the years. He's just retired after 34 years but has no plans on slowing down.

https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-78-all-in-a-weekend/clip/15887996-order-canada-recipient-andrew-paul-macdonald-life-music


Andrew’s web site: https://andrewpaulmacdonald.com/guitar-soloist/

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"Toronto Singer/Songwriter Ahi Is Red Hot with a New Album and International Recognition". All in a Weekend sits down with singer/songwriter Ahi to talk about his new album "Prospect" and his hopes for an international tour in 2022.


https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-78-all-in-a-weekend/clip/15886733-toronto-singersongwriter-ahi-is-red-hot-with-a


https://ahimusic.com/

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Art News and Exhibits


Peter Doig, experienced painter of Scottish origin born in Edinburgh in 1959, is currently considered one of the best painters of his generation, his works commanding extraordinarily high prices. In his early childhood he moved with his family to Trinidad and Tobago, and in 1966 to Canada. 13 years later, in 1979, he took up residency in United Kingdom, where he began his studies at the Wimbledon School of Art and then went on to study at the Saint Martin's School of Art before obtaining an MA at the Chelsea School of Art.

https://www.alejandradeargos.com/index.php/en/all-articles/35-artists/286-peter-doig-biography-works-exhibitions


Peter Doig on CBC q:

https://www.cbc.ca/radio/q/peter-doig-on-q-a-visual-companion-guide-1.6308085

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At Place des arts / UQAM: Exhibition Paramètres XXI, Salle d'exposition, From January 15 to 29, 2022. Place des Arts is proud to join forces with UQAM for the 10th year in a row by hosting the student exhibition Paramètres XXI. For two weeks, works by 12 emerging visual and media artists will be showcased in our exhibition room:

Paramètres XXI - Salle d'exposition | Place des Arts

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ROAAr Book Club Presents: Weaving words in textiles. Join Deborah Goodman Davis and Gwendolyn Owens for a conversation on textile art. Deborah Davis curated a recent exhibition in New York City, "TEXTiles; the Woven Word" and will share her insights into the world of contemporary textile artists. Join ROAAr for a look into art beyond the book or the canvas.

Image by Kevin McConnell

Event - 26 Jan. 2022, at 12:00 noon. Registration: RSVP - Weaving Words In Textiles | McGill Library - McGill University

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Photography:

David duChemin on his photography and travels:

Have Camera Will Travel (davidduchemin.com)

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Just for fun and to curb that boredom. Suggested by fellow member Diana Bruno!

Photographer Spends Eternity Waiting For Museum Visitors To Match Artworks And The Result Is Worth The Wait | Bored Panda

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From The Atavist Magazine: For more than half a century, the people of Easter Island lived under an oppressive colonial regime. Then a schoolteacher sparked an unlikely revolution.

‘We Wish to Be Able to Sing’ - The Atavist Magazine

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Books:


The Betrayal of Anne Frank - learn more here (CBS News):

https://www.cbsnews.com/video/anne-frank-betrayal-investigation-60-minutes-video-2022-01-16/#x

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Bitcoin Widow

Learn more here (CBC The National):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dpHT_4PJG4


A CBC podcast: https://www.cbc.ca/listen/cbc-podcasts/904-a-death-in-cryptoland

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Starting tonight on CBC radio 1 (FM 88.5) - The Massey Lectures with Esi Edugyan:

CBC Massey Lectures | Out of the Sun: On Race and Storytelling

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News from the WAAC: FREE ARTIST VOICE ZOOM LECTURES


NEW DATE Thursday January 27, 2022 11am-12pm, Speakers Rita Leistner & Don McKellar Night Journeys in Locked-Down Toronto


February 17, 2022 1 pm-2pm, Speaker Lyn Carter Clothing is Sculpture


March 17, 2022 1 pm – 2 pm, Speaker Dale Dunning Playing with Fire


Register with Cal to receive the ZOOM link cal@womensartofcanada.ca

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