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Year: 2021

Programming Announcement

Programming Announcment (2)

This past year, our programming has been both reimagined and rescheduled. We’re proud to have honoured our commitments to previously programmed artists to ensure them the space they’ve been offered in EE; the timeline of which will extend into 2022. In light of this, there will be no new programming for our Main Gallery or… Read More

Creator’s Night with Ritche Perez

Creator's Night with Ritche Perez. March 29th, 7-9pm

To register, click here to fill out the form!   . Join us for a Creator’s Night, in partnership with the newly forming BIPOC Creators Collective NL! Our first event will be a FREE photography demo with Ritche Perez on March 29th from 7 – 9 pm. Ritche will lead participants through his creative process from… Read More

Job Opportunity: Festival Coordinator

We are Hiring

  Job Title: Festival Coordinator Applications Due: Friday, March 19th at 11:59 pm NST Duration: 10 weeks: April 6th – June 12th, 2021  Rate of Pay: $19/hour, 35 hours a week  (note: there is some flexibility with contract dates and hours)   Please forward your application with the subject line “Festival Coordinator Application 2021” to… Read More

Winter 2021 FARR Program

EE is Happy to Introduce (1)

  Introducing our latest FARR Program Artists in Residence!the next couple of months, each artist will present their work through the EE social media channels and our website. They will each also host a public presentation that is best suited to their project – artist talks, workshops, maker’s nights, and more. Towards the end of… Read More

BIPOC Writers Slam

BIPOC Writers Slam. February 26th, 7pm.

Join Newfoundland & Labrador’s newly formed BIPOC Creators Collective for a BIPOC-lead Writers Slam on Friday, February 26th at 7 PM via Zoom. . Let’s gather and celebrate BIPOC voices! Along with readings from local writer Xaiver Campbell, local BIPOC community members are invited to read their work, poetry, song lyrics, articles or whatever you’d… Read More