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What’s Going On at Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery

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Alix gallery logo smTNT Fusion: War Artist Experience
with Rose Canino
Wednesday, November 15 – Thursday, November 16 | 4:00-6:00PM

FREE | Suggested donation $10/week
Take your art supplies outdoors and find a secret spot to sketch what you see. Later, take your drawings back to the art studio to create a painting from your sketches.
This program is currently full. To add your child’s name to the waiting list,
please call 519-336-8127 ext. 3226.

Lieutenant Alfred Bastien, Dressing Station in the Field – Arras, 1915
Red Dot Tour
Thursday, November 16 | 7:00-7:15PM

FREE | Give what you can
Browse the gallery, find the red dot, and enjoy a stimulating talk on a specific work of art and the intersecting topics that they explore. Led by our amazing Gallery Docents.
This Tour’s Focus: Stretcher Bearers – Caring for the Wounded in the Field

Guided Tour
Saturday, November 18 | 1:30-2:15PM

FREE | Give what you can | Registration required
Each tour has been uniquely created to suit the particular flair of each docent. Join us for special tours which include music, poetry, storytelling, and more.
This Tour’s Focus: War’s Impact on Artists and Country
To register, please call 519-336-8127 ext. 3226 or click here to register now!

Family Sunday: Funny Face Collage
with Riley Shortt
Sunday, November 19 | 1:00-3:00PM

FREE | Suggested material donation $5/family
Drop-in | Children must be accompanied by an adult
Engage, discover, and create every Sunday afternoon from 1:00-3:00PM. All families are welcome to drop-in for an artist-facilitated studio activity, inspired by the gallery’s exhibitions or seasonal themes.
This Week’s Activity:
Explore angles and perspective as we create funny face collages.

Family Red Dot Tour
Sunday, November 19 | 1:45-2:00PM

FREE | Give what you can | Drop-in
Family Red Dot Tours are every Sunday! Browse the gallery, find the red dot, and enjoy a stimulating 15-minute talk on a specific work of art and the intersecting topics that they explore. Led by our amazing Gallery Docents.
This Tour’s Focus: Mabel May, Women Making Shells, 1919

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