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350 Artists. 10 Days. Brantford and Toronto.

350 Artists. 10 Days. Brantford and Toronto.

From July 31 through August 9, 350 artists will descend upon Brantford and Toronto for the 2015 Planet IndigenUS Festival – the largest contemporary Indigenous arts festival in the world. This year, the Woodland Cultural Centre is co-hosting festival this alongside the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto.
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Colourful, Textured and Functional Works by Eve Yantha

Colourful, Textured and Functional Works by Eve Yantha

July’s Featured Artist is Eve Yantha, a Brantford artist and high school teacher.
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Historic Walking Tours in Brantford and the County of Brant

Historic Walking Tours in Brantford and the County of Brant

Now that the weather has warmed up, the Brant Historical Society is taking their show on the road to bring the history and heritage of Brantford to the streets. The 2015 series of walking tours, presented by Brian Moore, have commenced, and it’s not too late to join in.
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World Class Culture at International Villages Festival

World Class Culture at International Villages Festival

The Brantford International Villages Cultural Festival is back for its 42nd annual event from Wednesday, July 8 through Saturday, July 11.
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Bell Summer Festival Theatre

Bell Summer Festival Theatre

Set on the serene grounds of the Bell Homestead National Historic Site, Brant Theatre Workshops' Bell Summer Theatre Festival is the only annual outdoor theatre festival in Brantford. Through a Pay-What-You-Can admission, the Bell Summer Theatre Festival provides a season of three plays to entertain and delight audiences of all ages.
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40th Anniversary of First Nations Art Exhibition

40th Anniversary of First Nations Art Exhibition

Nearly 140 people joined the Woodland Cultural Centre on Fri, May 15 for the opening reception of the 40th annual First Nations Art exhibition. Established in 1975, this juried exhibition is one of the longest running annual First Nations art exhibitions in Canada featuring contemporary works by First Nations artists.
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artsVest Returns to Brantford in 2015-16

artsVest Returns to Brantford in 2015-16

artsVest is a matching incentive, and sponsorship and board governance training program. This program is designed by Business for the Arts to spark corporate engagement in arts and culture and build strong ties between the public, private and cultural sectors.
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