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Current & Upcoming Exhibits/Events

George Smith

November 1 - 26, 2017
Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 1, 7pm - 9pm

"My work is about the language of light and dark and its ability to draw the mind’s focus. A driver of a car will see the child cross the road and the crow descend on carrion but not remember the trees or houses that surround those images. My work is about these points of focused attention, in which the unnecessary and superfluous disappear."

George Smith was born in Liverpool, England, and has been producing art all his life. He studied painting and sculpture at Liverpool University (BFA) under personal tutelage of David Nash and apprenticed with sculptor Sean Rice. George exhibited his work, in both painting and sculpture, in Liverpool, Wales, and as part of an art collective in Norwich, before immigrating to Canada in 2000.

NSCAD Ceramics

The Craig Case Gallery

November 1 - 26, 2017
Opening Reception: Wednesday, November 1, 7pm - 9pm

Mel Doiron - Julian Covey - Elsa Brittin - Toni Losey - Krista Grunksy - Luke Mohan

The NSCAD Ceramics Department has made a strong contribution to the education of ceramic artists in Canada and internationally. The Ceramics Department is noted for it’s programming in pottery and contemporary sculpture issues and more recently its architectural and design investigations. Our students are excited to exhibit at the Craig Gallery and share their experiments in clay and ceramic.

Blue Mondays

Next session November 27, 2017
7pm - 9pm, Doors close at 6:50pm
$5 drop in fee.

Please RSVP to Lee Cripps at to reserve your spot.

Departures: The Geary Street Cemetery Interactive Media Tour

Media artist Leola LeBlanc, in collaboration with local youth, created Departures: The Geary Street Cemetery Interactive Media Tour, an interactive on-line map and interactive walking tour of the Geary Street Cemetery that is accessible to youth and the public. The tour and map will be incorporated into curriculum created for Elementary, Junior High and High School students in collaboration with Alderney Landing’s Bluenose Ghosts Festival. (approx. 145 schools will be invited to participate)

The project has created an interactive map and tour filled with creative information relating to the historical significance of the Geary Street Cemetery.

Unfortunately, at this time the platform this tour was created on no longer exsists. We are looking into an alternative solution. Thank you for your patience.

For more information on all the exciting Bluenose Ghosts Festival activities click here! Click here to view the Geary St Cemetery coverage on Eastlink TV.

For more information please call
Lee Cripps
Fine Arts Program Director
(902) 461-4698

This project was funded by HRM Residency Initiative and Alderney Landing


Gallery Hours

Sunday - 11am - 3pm
Monday - CLOSED
Tuesday to Friday
- 12noon to 5:30pm
Saturday - 9am to 5pm
*Gallery hours are subject to change*

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