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The skills and training needed to succeed as a cultural worker

The skills and training needed to succeed as a cultural worker

Artists, cultural workers and employers are invited to complete a short survey to help WorkInCulture build better programming and support for the arts and culture sector.
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Kick-off your holiday shopping at Christmas in Paris

Kick-off your holiday shopping at Christmas in Paris

Christmas in Paris Arts & Craft Show & Sale is one of Brant's signature Marquee events and marks the beginning of the festive season for many.
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Brant Performing Arts Featured Member: Brantford Symphony Orchestra

Brant Performing Arts Featured Member: Brantford Symphony Orchestra

The Brantford Symphony Orchestra has a long and storied history of performing world-class symphonic music in Brantford that dates back almost a century.
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Why you may see teal pumpkins this fall

Why you may see teal pumpkins this fall

Placing a teal pumpkin at your front door means you are offering trick-or-treaters with food allergies a fun and safe option.
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October's Featured Artist is Amber Baker

October's Featured Artist is Amber Baker

October’s Featured Artist is makeup artist Amber Baker. She specializes in bridal and event makeup but her artistry has also evolved into a love for special effects makeup.
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Get Into the Christmas Spirit with 'There’s A Song in the Air'

Get Into the Christmas Spirit with 'There’s A Song in the Air'

Who's ready to get in the Christmas spirit?! Mark your calendars for November 24th, when St. Andrew’s United Church in Brantford will be presenting Arcady’s seasonal production of 'There’s a Song in the Air'.
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 The Brantford Symphony Orchestra Presents

The Brantford Symphony Orchestra Presents "Famous Overtures, Great Performers"

On Saturday, September 29th, The Brantford Symphony Orchestra will present "Famous Overtures, Great Performers"; a selection of favourite overtures from the worlds of opera, operetta, ballet, oratorio, musicals, and the concert hall.
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