Lots to tell you about at NorVA! Here's a quick rundown:
1. Calling on Volunteers - This June the NorVA Centre will be bringing Flin Flon the nationally acclaimed exhibition Walking With Our Sisters, a memorial for missing and murdered indigenous women in Canada and the US. Can you contribute to this event? Contact us!
2. Back by popular demand, Gerry Clark's Portraiture workshop will continue February 15 and March 1st. Building on the skills from the first classes, More Portraiture, is a class for the novice portraitist.
As always please feel free to forward this information to anyone who may be interested.
3. Twin, with guests Maria Mango, C.C. Trubiak, Doug MacGregor and Anne Ross
The NorVA Centre will proudly present this homecoming musical event on Feb 13, 7pm.
David Fort is returning North to his home town of Flin Flon Manitoba with engaging/intense music group TWIN.
"TWIN stands alone in Winnipeg being much more sinister than any other folk being made, and much more heartfelt than any indie rock." Taylor Burgess, Stylus Magazine
“The instigator and creator of the River Armada Concert Series, David Fort has travelled many a River in his young life. Twin's brand of Hypno-Folk never fails to fascinate telling tales along the Mississippi, Sacramento, Los Angeles and Assiniboine rivers.”- Winona Daily News
“The traditional band tour will undergo a transformation”- Joanne Villeneuve, Brandon Sun
Also performing on this evening will be Flin Flon/San Fransisco Folk artist Maria Mango - www.reverbnation.com/mariamango as well as local talent Curtis Trubiak - www.cctrubiak.com
For interviews, requests or questions please contact David Fort at: firstname.lastname@example.org 204 869 4529
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Website being released Feb 13th at armadatwin.com