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arts postit featI've looked at clouds from both sides now, from up and down and still somehow, it's cloud's illusions I recall; I really don't know clouds at all - Joni Mitchell
On Saturday April 11th the TOM invites you to participate in the third annual "Slow Art Day". This year, there are over 180 venues worldwide who will be participating – from Adelaide, Australia to Yountville, California. Given the high speed pace of daily life, "Slow Art Day" offers the opportunity to slow down, reflect and interact with artworks and museum collections.
"Stick it to the TOM on Slow Art Day" visitors will be provided with post it notes and pencils to write down their responses to the works on view and let the gallery know what they think of them. These responses will be posted on the walls next to the artworks so that other people can read and discover what moved/inspired/challenged/provoked someone else in their interaction with the art.

coming-right-up-featBeaker Granger will be guest hosting the Friday Afternoon Coffee House & Open Mic on April 10th from 4PM to 6PM at The Bleeding Carrot. All welcome, no charge. Bring your music and your ears and have a great time.


Hanover son, Richard Garvey and Owen Sound's own Tyler Wagler will be at the Frog Ponds Cafe on Friday, April 10th at 6pm, performing original material and covers. This is a pay what you can event.


Multi-Juno nominee, Alysha Brilla will be performing at The Roxy Theatre on April 10th at 8PM. Accomplished and award winning is just the beginning of her bio, this multi-instrumentalist brings guitar, piano and djembe to her [...]

Summerfolk-stage-featOwen Sound – The Community Foundation of Grey Bruce in partnership with Georgian Bay Folk Society is thrilled to announce that its application to the Federal Government's Endowment Incentive Program was successful. Heritage Canada has contributed $37,000 in matched funding to the Summerfolk Endowment Fund held by Georgian Bay Folk Society.

TOM-featureOn Thursday, April 16th the Tom Thomson Art Gallery (The TOM) will hold a public and member consultation meeting to present the "Case for Incorporation and Expansion" including a proposed Business Plan 2015-2020 that supports an expanded community visual arts centre.
The meeting will take place at the Bayshore Centre from 5pm to 6:30pm. The public and TOM members are welcome to attend.

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