Etcetera – Arts & Entertainment listings for Feb. 12-19

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On tour
Rising Tide Theatre’s Revue
Feb. 13-15. Grand Falls-Windsor, Arts and Culture Centre    
Feb. 17-22. Corner Brook, Arts and Culture Centre

ECMA-nominated East Coast rockers Gloryhound kick off a tour of this province tour Friday in Corner Brook. The band — comprised of Evan Meisner (lead vocal/rhythm guitar), David Casey (lead guitar/background vocal), Shaun Hanlon (drums) and Jeremy MacPherson (bass) — plays Whelan’s Gate in Corner Brook on Friday, Marble Mountain Resort on Saturday, Club One in St. John’s on Feb. 21 and the Lil Dory in Marystown Feb. 21. — Submitted photo

 

 

Gloryhound

Feb. 14. Whelan’s Gate, Corner Brook

Feb. 15. Marble Mountain Resort, Corner Brook

Feb. 21. Club One, St. John’s

Feb. 22. Lil Dory, Marystown

Concerts

Arts and Culture Centre

St. John’s

Feb. 14 at 8 p.m.  Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra presents “Soirée d’amour” — an evening of French music as soprano Marianne Fiset and Newfoundland-born tenor David Pomeroy join the orchestra for a program of opera arias and duets— “Carmen,” “Thaïs,” “Roméo et Juliette” and more. Tickets ($30-$45) are available at the ACC Box Office, 729-3900, and online at artsandculturecentre.com.

 

LSPU Hall

3 Victoria St.

Feb. 15 at 8 p.m. Bob Macdonald Band Swingin’ Valentine Show. A special Valentine’s concert of classic country and Texas swing featuring songs of love gone good, love gone bad and love gone sideways! Join Bob Macdonald and his cast of stellar sidemen for this rare soft seat concert.  Join country and bluegrass picker extraordinaire Craig Young along with Bob Macdonald and his cast of stellar sidemen for this rare soft seat concert. Cost is $20 including LSPU Hall Building Maintenance fee. For tickets call the Hall at 753-4531 or visit www.rca.nf.ca.

Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. Best Kind Productions Cabaret Series presents Love Who You Love with Timothy Matson and Kiersten Noel with Wade Tarling, piano, and special guest, Emily Follett. Tickets $20 (includes LSPU building and maintenance fund fee). Available at the hall box office by calling 753-4531, or book online at www.rca.nf.ca.

 

Suncor Energy Hall

(Former PetroCanada Hall)

MUN school of music

“Back to the Future” — Feb. 21 at 8 p.m. A slice of Professor Paul Bendzsa’s 38 years of musical adventures at MUN.  Some things old, some things new.  

 

Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre

Carbonear

Country Jamboree at Carbonear’s  Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre on the second Friday of every month. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Show starts at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $5 per person at the door. Profits are given to a different charity each month.

 

Second Cup

Stavanger Drive

Live music free every Friday and Saturday evening at 8:30 p.m.

Feb. 14 — Evan AuCoin.

Feb. 15 — Dana Reid.

Clubbin'

Green Sleeves

George Street

Feb. 12 — Dave White 6 p.m. Damian Follett 10 p.m.

Feb. 13 — Rob Cook 6:30 p.m. Dave White and Carl Peters 11 p.m.

Feb. 14 — Rob Cook 4 p.m. Damian Follett 8 p.m. Rob Cook and Rick Hollett 12 midnight.

Feb. 15 — Dave White 6:30 p.m. Rob Cook and Rick Hollett 10:30 p.m.

Feb. 16 — Damian Follett 11 p.m.

Feb. 17 — Damian Follett 10 p.m.

Feb. 18 — Dave White 10 p.m.

 

Mallard Cottage

8 Barrows Road

Quidi Vidi Village

Feb. 16. from 3-7 p.m. Traditional Newfoundland music with Duane Andrews and Aaron Collis.

 

The Martini Bar

George Street

Feb. 14-15. Quidi Vidi Dirt Band 10 p.m. No cover till 10:30 p.m.

Feb. 21-22. MissConduct 10 p.m. No cover till 10:30 p.m.

Feb. 28-March. 1  Stixx & Stones 10 p.m. No cover till 10:30 p.m.

 

The Ship Pub

265 Duckworth St.

Folk Night at the Ship is every Wednesday at 9 p.m. The last Wednesday of the month is our Traditional Session night, where musicians are welcomed to join in an acoustic session hosted by an experienced player.

Feb 14. The 4th Annual Love Hurts Valentine’s Show.  If anyone’s going to host a night of Hurtin’ Love songs, Sherry Ryan’s your gal. Sandy May and the Domestics will open the night at 10 p.m.  Sherry and her country band will take the stage at 11 p.m. with Brad Power on guitar, Suzanne Power on bass and Chris Donnelly on drums. After midnight both bands will be backing up special guest appearances by Joe Belly, David Guy, Suzanne Power and Bryan Power of Pilot to Bombardier.

 

Tols’s Time-out Lounge

Mount Pearl, Glenhill Plaza

Feb. 13 — StereoVision.

Feb. 14 and 15 — Bic and the Ballpoints.

 

Trapper John’s Museum and Pub

George Street

Tuesdays — NightCull featuring Janet Cull with Kalem Mahoney opening.

Wednesdays — The Dark and Dirty’s.

Wheel Deal Thursdays — Steve Edwards.

Dance

Mmap Room

Arts and Culture Centre

Practica: A practice session for tango dancers. Join Tango on the Edge for social Argentine tango dancing. Tango on the Edge Practica meets Sundays from 7-9 p.m.

Theatre

Barbara Barrett Theatre

(former Basement Theatre)

Arts and Culture Centre, St. John’s

Rock Solid Productions presents “Here” by Michael Frayn from Feb. 12-15 at 8 p.m. with a pay what you can performance on Feb. 15 at 2 p.m. “Here” is a play about time, space and life. A young couple moves into an empty room and begin to construct a life together. Should the bed go here and the table go there? Or the bed there and the table here? Everything inside this small space is for them  to decide; what is right or wrong? The responsibility is daunting. But how can they decide anything when the other person keeps disagreeing and when the woman downstairs maddeningly dumps unwanted furniture on them that they do not have the heart to refuse? To purchase tickets visit: artsandculturecentre.com or call the ACC Box Office at 729-3900.

 

LSPU Hall

3 Victoria Street

Feb. 27–March 1 at 8 p.m. Resource Centre for the Arts is proud to present Bare Boards Theatre’s “Stars in the Sky Morning,”  which follows the stories of five women as they navigate the limited and difficult life choices available to them. There is a half-price matinee on March 1 at 2 p.m. To purchase tickets or for more information, please go to www.rca.nf.ca or call 753-4531 ext. 200.

 

LSPU Hall

Cox & Palmer Second Space

The 2013 Rhonda Payne Theatre Award presentation has been rescheduled to Feb. 27 following the opening night of Stars in the Sky Morning, a play written by Payne being presented by Bare Boards Theatre and RCA Theatre Company. The award presentation will be made at the post-show reception by the script’s co-creator Jane Dingle in the Cox & Palmer Second Space (LSPU Hall). The award honours the memory of actor, writer and director Rhonda Payne. For information contact the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council 726-2212, nlacmail@nlac.ca, www.nlac.ca.

 

Masonic Temple

6 Cathedral St.

“Go Duet Yourself”  Feb. 14, March 7, March 13, May 3.

 

Yuks Yuks

Kenmount Rd.

Feb. 20, 21, 22 - Dylan Gott with Eric Andrews and Jeff Elliott.

Exhibitions

Butler Framing and Gallery

2 Moores Dr., Mount Pearl

Butler Framing and Gallery featuring art works by Carl Stevenson, Jim Long and Odell Archibald.  On display Monday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon, or on the web at www.butlerframing-gallery.com.

 

Craft Council Gallery

Devon House Craft, 59 Duckworth St.

“Legacy: New Work — Two Generations,” celebrating the work of two generations of clay artists, Isabella St. John and Erin Callahan St. John. The exhibit continues until March 8.

 

Gerald Squires Gallery

52 Prescott St.

Regular hours Wednesday to Sunday from 12-5 p.m. Other times by appointment or by chance, by phone at 722-2207 or 746-4039 or www.squiresgallery.com.

 

The Leyton Gallery of Fine Art

Baird’s Cove off Water Street

The Leyton Gallery’s first show for the new year is Rhonda Pelley’s “The Small Hours.” A woman spends a night alone in a motel room, suspended at the vanishing point between departure and arrival. In those small hours she experiences the loosening of boundaries and, ultimately, the freedom to start again. “The Small Hours” is a cinema-inspired series of photographic portraits that explore one woman’s transitory state between the end of one turbulent cycle in her life and the beginning of another. The show continues until March 1.

 

Pollyanna Gallery

214 Duckworth St.

New works by Carl Stevenson and Joanne Costello.

Open Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Info: 726-0936, www.pollyannagallery.com/.

 

Ultramarine Fine Art Studio

100 Duckworth St.

Gallery and Studio open Wednesday to Saturday 1-5 p.m.

Film

LSPU Hall

Victoria Street

February 14.  “Gabrielle.” Gabrielle is a young singer with Williams Syndrome, a genetic disorder characterized by intellectual disability, who has fallen in love with her choir director. With nuance, grace and humour, the film explores her sense of self, her independence and her sexuality. “Gabrielle” was Canada’s Oscar nomination for the Best Foreign Language Feature. Come see why, $12 for regular admission and $10 for students and seniors.

Bulletins

The Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council wishes to announce that the deadline to submit nominations in all categories for the 29th Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council Arts Awards has been extended to Friday, February 14. For nomination forms: http://www.nlac.ca/forms-nominate.htm. Contact the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council for hard copy forms, eligibility criteria, and application details at 726-2212, 1-866-726-2212 (NL only), or nlacmail@nlac.ca

 

The winner of the Lawrence Jackson Writers’ award will be announced Wednesday, March 5 at the regular meeting of the A.C. Hunter Library Book Club at the St. John’s Arts and Culture Centre. The book club meeting will be at 7 p.m. and the award presentation will be at 7:45 p.m. The book club will be discussing “Whirl Away” by Russell Wangersky, which was a finalist for the 2012 BMO Winterset Award. The discussion is open to the public and everyone is welcome whether one has read the book or not. The Lawrence Jackson Writers’ Award is administered by the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC). All applicants to the NLAC’s Professional Project Grants Program in the writing category are considered and the winner is selected by a peer assessment committee. One award of $500 is given annually.

 

The Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC) is now accepting applications for its Professional Project Grants Program (for individual artists, groups, and non-profit arts organizations) deadline: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 (projects must start on/after 15 May 2014). Contact the NLAC for an application form and details: The Newman Building, 1 Springdale St., St. John’s, 726-2212 or toll free

1 (866) 726-2212 (NL only), www.nlac.ca, nlacmail@nlac.ca.

 

All artists in the province are encouraged to apply for the 2014 Excellence in Visual Arts Awards. There are five categories for this year’s ceremony, including the Long Haul Award (for lifetime achievement), the Large Year Award (for an artist who has had an exceptional year), the Emerging Artist Award, the Kippy Goins Award, which recognizes an individual or organization who has helped the growth of the sector, and the Critical Eye Award, which recognizes a visual arts writer for an exceptional piece of writing on an NL artist in any print or online publication worldwide. Applications must be received or postmarked by 5 p.m. March 1. For more information  about the EVA Awards, please contact Kathy Oke at 1-877-738-7303 or vanlcarfac@gmail.com or visit http://vanl-carfac.com/index.php/eva-awards.

 

The Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC) is now accepting applications for its Professional Festivals Program. Deadline: Monday, Feb. 17, 2014 (festivals must start on/after 15 April 2014). Contact the NLAC for an application form and details. Office Location: The Newman Building, 1 Springdale St. Mail: P.O. Box 98, St. John’s, A1C 5H5, phone 869-9565 or toll free 1 (888) 896-9565 (NL only), www.nlac.ca, nlacmail@nlac.ca.

 

The Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council will hold a Grant Writing Workshop in St. John’s on Feb. 19 from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. in the LSPU Hall’s Cox and Palmer Second Space. For information call  1-866-726-2212 or email: nlacmail@nlac.ca.

 

The Nickel is seeking submissions from filmmakers for its 14th Annual Nickel Independent Film Festival. We would like to inform you that our deadlines are fast approaching. Regular submission deadline: Feb. 21 (fee is $25); Feb. 25 (fee is $30). WAB (Without a Box) extended deadline: Feb. 28 (fee is $30). For more info, please visit www.nickelfestival.com or contact us at (709) 576-3378 (FEST). The 14th Annual Nickel Independent Film Festival runs June 17–21.

 

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Broadcast

The Art Of Art

With host Laura Coultas

Rogers Cable Nine — Community Channel

Tuesdays at 8 p.m.

 

VOWR (AM 800)

Guest Interview

Produced and hosted by Barbara De Land

Broadcast Sundays 2 p.m., rebroadcast Wednesdays 8:30 p.m.

Feb. 12. Harbour Breton, Fortune Bay, was forever changed the summer of 1973. Bruce Stagg discusses what happened that tragic day and why he decided to write a book about it, Landslide, the Jack Hickey Story.

Feb. 16 and Feb. 19. Dr. Lucian Ashworth, Chair of Memorial University’s World War I Commemoration committee, offers his perceptions of that conflict’s short and long- term effects on Newfoundland and internationally, besides the horrendous human costs.

 

Weekend AM

With host Angela Antle

Saturday and Sunday 6-9:30 a.m., CBC Radio One

 

The Performance Hour

With host Glen Tilley

Saturday 5:35 p.m. (5:05 p.m. Lab) CBC Radio One and 10:30 a.m. on CBC Radio Two

Feb. 15. This Saturday on The Performance Hour the “Sea Fever” session from the 2013 Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival. It’s an hour of ballads and salty sea shanties from the likes of Newfoundland’s own Linda Byrne, the cocky cockney Londoner Danny Spooner plus Irish folk royalty John Doyle and Nuala Kennedy.

 

On Point

With host David Cochrane

Friday 3:30-4 p.m. (3 p.m. Lab) on CBC Radio One.

 

Deep Roots

With host Tom Power

Saturday 6:30 p.m. on CBC Radio 2, Sunday, 4:35 on CBC Radio 1

Radio 2 programs also streaming online at cbc.ca/nl.

Organizations: Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council, ACC Box Office, Marble Mountain Resort Suncor Energy Hall Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra MUN school Princess Sheila NaGeira Theatre Bare Boards Theatre CBC Radio Barbara Barrett Theatre Basement Theatre Resource Centre Rhonda Payne Theatre RCA Theatre Company Cox Palmer Second Space Temple6 Cathedral A.C. Hunter Library Book Club Commemoration committee Sea Fever

Geographic location: Newfoundland and Labrador, Marystown, Texas Canada Fortune Bay

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