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Plenty of culture at Forum Art Centre

Coronation Park-based facility set to host Culture Days events

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There will be plenty of culture at Forum Art Centre this weekend.

The centre, located at 120 Eugenie St., will host three activities for the public to coincide with the Culture Days event.

On Fri., Sept. 27, from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m., the centre will hold its Ask An Artist & Art Centre Tour. Visitors will get to watch art students painting with acrylics, ask an art director or interior designer about art in Manitoba or take a tour of the facility. Organizers say the St. Boniface-based building is now also home to the Winnipeg Sketch Club, the Manitoba Society of Artists and studio artist Jim Corbett.

The same day, between 6 and 9 p.m., the centre will hold its first 4th Fridays Family Fun Night, which is billed as a family-focused evening of artistic fun, which will be held every month. Just in time for Halloween, individuals will get to learn about face painting, as artists Tom Andrich and Bob Dann will be demonstrating their skills. Face painting will be available for purchase. RSVP for the event, which is free or by donation, at daryl@forumartcentre.com

And on Sun., Sept. 29, attendees can take part in Dive into Photoshop Basics with An Artist and Filmmaker, when there will be a basic tutorial on using photo-editing software. Editing topics will include how to drag, crop, correct, transfer and size pictures properly.   

For more information about the centre, visit www.forumartcentre.com  

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