The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia invites you to the Harold Edgerton Tour. All are welcome to attend to and see the works of Halifax West Art Students’ pinhole camera photography exhibit.
Boardwalk Productions under the direction of Edmund MacLean presents ‘Four Strong Winds’. Celebrating Canada 150 and featuring some of the most talented Inverness County Musicians – from the sunset side of Cape Breton Island. They will bring to life the music of Famous Canadian Artists, such as, Hank Snow, Gordon Lightfoot, The Guess Who and The Tragically Hip.
Previously, Boardwalk Productions entertained us with their sold out hit shows which included the infamous Last Waltz, a tribute to the musicians of Motown, a celebration of the music of Johnny Cash, Elton John and Roy Orbison, and through back to 1969 with a tribute to Woodstock.
This time they combine their talents to bring us an exciting production of Canada’s Best in Music – From Sea to Sea to Sea.
Please come out to support this fundraiser for the Bella Rose Arts Centre and the youth of our community.
A group of talented local students have received the chance to participate in an innovative project to design and build a 3D scanner at Halifax West High School. The project will employ the use of “Raspberry Pi” cameras and software to allow high resolution images to be captured and sent to an existing 3D printer.
The students working on the project include members from the school’s Programming Club, alongside those from several classes. They view it as an opportunity to give back to their school community, by creating a system for public use.
The school has acquired funding for supplies from the NSTU Program Development Assistance Fund and Brilliant Labs. Mr. Watt believes this is an unparalleled experiential learning opportunity which will provide students with the technical and cooperative skills needed in future endeavours.
Currently on display at the Keshen Goodman Library are a number of printed digital artworks belonging to Mr Barker’s Communications Technology 11 Class. The show opened on Tuesday 3rd May resulting in enthusiastic reviews from students, parents, teachers, library staff and members of the general public.
As you make your way around the exhibition, you will see an inspiring range of photographic and Photoshop composite work produced by students over the past few months.
Should you visit you may see a number of people standing around wearing strange looking glasses with red and blue lenses – don’t worry – the glasses are needed to view the students’ 3D Anaglyph projects that are also on display. The 3D glasses are available upon request at the library information desk. The CMT 11 exhibition will continue through the month of May.