November 29, 2018: Photo Inset: MCA Support; Helps the art of some friendly fine feathers.

November 29, 2018: Photo Inset: MCA Support;
Helps the art of some friendly fine feathers.
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Photo Caption: Mechanicsville Community Association (MCA) was pleased to provide a Letter of Support for the property owner at 93 Carruthers in order to obtain a permit for a mural to be painted by artist, Daniel Martelok. This mural is located on Carruthers and Lyndale Avenue and was unveiled this past summer. MCA would also like to recognize the property owner, Blair Simser, who has redeveloped this property into attractive, affordable housing units. This rental property has also attracted great residents to the community of Mechanicsville. Kitchissippi could do with more property owners like this one. Photo courtesy of Mechanicsville Community Association.

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Web-extra (February 15, 2018): Photo Inset: Triple the Arts at First Unitarian; Next Arts Night is on Friday February 23rd.

Web-extra (February 15, 2018): Photo Inset: Triple the Arts at First Unitarian;
Next Arts Night is on Friday February 23rd.
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Photo Caption: This month’s “Arts Night” Poster provided by the church.
The Artists this month:
Literary artist is Janice Tait a published author with a book entitled “The Devil’s Snare” on her experience living in Vietnam with her husband Richard who was working in External Affairs. She is now putting together a chap book of vignettes written over the last 40 years, some of which she will share with you.
Visual artist is Ruth Tait a professional painter. She also has years of observational drawing to work as a storyboard artist. Painting remains an anchor for strength, renewal and a way back to the natural world for her. Her engagement with the Unitarian faith is an extension of that spiritual path.
Musical artist Is Ruby Jin. As an avid recitalist and chamber musician, Ruby Jin performs regularly at various venues across Canada, such as Music and Beyond Festival and DOMS series in Ottawa, plus events in Edmonton, Vancouver, and Montreal. She has also appeared in international musical scenes in China, South Korea, Germany, and UK. In recent years, she has been exploring new music, premiering a number of chamber and solo works. She maintains a dynamic and active teaching studio, sharing her passion and knowledge with a group of young pianists.

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Friday, February 23, 2018,
First Unitarian Congregation of Ottawa,
38 Cleary Avenue, 613-725-1066,
7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.,
$5.00 or pay what you can.

“Arts Night”
Featuring…
Literary Artist: Writer, Janice Tait
Visual Artist: Painter, Ruth Tait
Musical Artist: Pianist, Ruby Jin

The evening begins with an open set where anyone
may perform in the art of their choice
The guest Artists will then talk about, demonstrate or
perform their art for 30 minutes each.
Refreshments will be served.

Poster by Paula Theetge.