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INNERchamber Livestream Concert: The Search
Timothy Corlis's trio Western Projections is a young Canadian's search for an appropriate emotional response to 9/11. Forty-five years after its premiere, an older Johannes Brahms's obsessive search for perfection led him to revise his Piano Trio No. 1.
Stratford Chocolate Trail
The Chocolate Trail is a self-guided tour that introduces you to our world-famous confectioners and bakers. You’ll get to sample our decadent treats and meet the makers who craft these indulgences year round.
Purchase your Trail vouchers at Bradshaws, 129 Ontario Street (Sunday 11 am - 5 pm); MacLeods Scottish Shop, 80 Ontario Street (Sunday 11 am-4 pm); and Small Mart, 119 Ontario Street (Sunday 11 am - 5 pm).
Each trail purchased entitles you to choose six of the stops on a self-guided tour. The Chocolate Trail is offered year-round.
Gift certificates are also available.
When: Open Sundays from Aug. 23rd to Dec. 20th, 2020
Where: Bradshaws, MacLeods Scottish Shop and Small-Mart, Stratford
Cost: $30/Per pass plus HST
Contact: 519-271-5140 or 1-800-561-7926
Tom Campbell: Outside/In Public Art Project
Agora Gallery is pleased to present a public art project called Outside/In, featuring sculpture by Tom Campbell in shop windows around Stratford's historic Market Square. As people are being encouraged to social distance and remain outside as much as possible due to Covid-19, Campbell's life-like and intriguing sculptures of figures doing outdoor activities - sitting around a campfire, looking up at the sky, enjoying water at the beach, siteseeing - appear in windows along Market Place. Outside/In has been realized in collaboration with The Little Prince Cinema, Cora Couture, Mone-Thai Restaurant, The Cat Cafe & Ramshackle Industries. Tom Campbell was born in England and grew up in Stratford. He studied stage design, painting and sculpture in London, England (at Camden Arts Centre & Camberwell School of Art and Design) before returning to Canada in 1982. In 1985, he had his first solo exhibition at Gallery Stratford, won the Kitchener-Waterloo Gallery prize for painting and joined Bau-Xi Gallery (Toronto and Vancouver). He has been teaching at Toronto School of Art since 1989 and at the Ikaria Cultural Centre in Greece since 2000. In 2015 Campbell was invited to have a solo exhibition at Agora Gallery, where he continues to exhibit his work and teach painting classes in the winter.