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Brock well represented at In The Soil downtown arts festival

Brock well represented at In The Soil downtown arts festival

Brock students, staff, alumni and volunteers will help bring downtown St. Catharines to life this weekend as the In The Soil festival once again takes over the core for a weekend of creative arts, entertainment and more. The three-day multidisciplinary arts fest, now in its sixth year, kicks off tonight at 5 p.m. with a performance by the Woodshed Orchestra at the Festival Hub on St. Paul St. between James and Carlisle Streets, which will be closed off to vehicle traffic.

Walker Cultural Leader Series caps successful season March 28

Walker Cultural Leader Series caps successful season March 28

The Walker Cultural Leader Series caps another successful year March 28 with a performance from Ensemble Vivant.

Festival of the Arts Industrial Fabric4 showcase set for March-April

Festival of the Arts Industrial Fabric4 showcase set for March-April

The fourth Festival of the Arts - Industrial Fabric4, showcasing the remarkable talents of students enrolled in the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, will be held March-April 2014.

Halfway home: It’s good news for Brock’s downtown arts school

Halfway home: It’s good news for Brock’s downtown arts school

The construction of Brock University’s new arts school in downtown St. Catharines has passed the midway point, as workers have kept the major project moving along despite this winter’s harsh weather. Three senior University officials appeared before St Catharines City Council on Monday, Feb. 10…

Brock community event looks at theatre criticism in the digital age

Brock community event looks at theatre criticism in the digital age

An upcoming series of community discussions at Brock University later this month will debate the question: is everyone a critic?

Revived painting of Sir Isaac Brock returns to campus

Revived painting of Sir Isaac Brock returns to campus

It used to hang in the lobby of the Schmon Tower at the University. It also adorned the covers of old academic calendars and recruitment posters from the 80s and 90s. Now, after a long journey, a revitalized painting of Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock will soon be back in its place in Guernsey Market’s west alcove.

VISA prof’s “larger than life” exhibit on now

VISA prof’s “larger than life” exhibit on now

A visual arts professor’s latest exhibit offers new perspective on the everyday features of the streetscape that often go unnoticed.

Walker School presents music, cultural events

Walker School presents music, cultural events

The Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts is hosting a series of cultural events this week:

RBC gift supports Brock downtown arts school and music series

RBC gift supports Brock downtown arts school and music series

Through the RBC Emerging Artists Project, RBC today announced a $675,000-donation to Brock University’s Campaign for a Bold New Brock that will help to make the Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts a world-class hub for arts education and community programming.

It’s back: Walker Cultural Leader series opens doors for arts students and the public

It’s back: Walker Cultural Leader series opens doors for arts students and the public

A major series of cultural events, workshops and performances is returning this fall to Brock University, providing new learning experiences for students and, in many cases, to the public at large. The second Walker Cultural Leader Series will see leading artists,

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