Post suggested by Bill Young.
Post suggested by Bill Young.
Taxes For Artists
Thursday, May 26, 2016, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
56 Byward Market Square
• Jessie Parker, Visual Artist and Author of “Money Smarts for Visual Artists: Accounting Secrets, Surprises and Essentials”
• Joshua Smith, Business Incentives Leader @ Welch LLP
• Hugues Boisvert, Business Lawyer @ Hazlo Law Moderator
• Braek Urquhart, Articling Student @ Borden Ladner Gervais
Do you pay tax when you sell or perform your art internationally? Are you required to collect HST? Can you claim your instruments, art supplies or travel expenses as tax deductions? Learn how tax affects your art at ALSO’s tax law Q & A. Start off on the right foot for next year’s tax season!
No RSVP Necessary.
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Article suggested by Bill Woodley.
A sad day for Photography! On Thursday, Michael Reichmann passed way. Please, read the notice on Luminous Landscape website:
Article suggested by Gilles Vezina.
Disclaimer: The picture above was downloaded from Luminous Landscape website for this article’s illustrative purposes only and belongs to its authors.
OPENS THURSDAY MAY 12TH, 6:00PM – 8:00PM
Daydreamer is an invitation to abandon the state in which things actually exist. The notion of story gives the viewer the power to reconfigure the image into something personally tangible and infinitely variable. The characters enable a psychological projection of fears and desires. Daydreamer explores the intersection of figure and setting, drawing away from the ideals of sanctuary within our atmospheric and personal landscapes. On a personal level, Daydreamer presents a world uncomfortably too natural.
Greg Zenha is a visual artist and educator specializing in large-format analog photography and printmaking. He is thirty-two years old and currently resides in Montreal, Quebec.
ON VIEW: MAY 12 – JUNE 8, 2016
EXPOSURE GALLERY (above Thyme and Again)
1255 WELLINGTON ST. W OTTAWA
Jamie Johnson created and delivered a workshop on March 5, 2016 on the subject title. He recently also produced the first educational video to the club members for the same topic.
For those members that want to create their own website, here is the perfect introduction and hands on!
We encourage all members to take a look at the video to have a reference on the subject matter and what is needed to build your own website.
The video can be watched at Jamie’s website:
Disclaimer: The picture above was copied from Jamie’s website for the sole purpose of illustrating this article and belongs to its author.
Come to the RAPC Annual Year End Party
Tuesday, May 24, 2016 Clark Hall
Cash Bar 6:00 PM, Dinner 7:00 PM
Join your friends, new and old, in celebrating a great year for the Club. Photographic awards as well as Volunteer Awards will be presented this evening.
The usual yummy dinner will be served. This year, along with our famous games, we have a challenge for you. Bring your phone, peek & push, or other photographic device. Take selfies and/or pics of others. There will be a prize awarded when we reconvene in the fall. Exact rules and submission info will follow shortly.
The dinner menu is listed below. Tickets are $34, and may be purchased from the Social Committee until May 17. The price is kept low by your generous participation in the Flea Markets.
Mixed Greens with Champagne Vinaigrette
Oven Roasted Chicken Breast with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce, Herb Roasted Potatoes, & Seasonal vegetables
Pasta Primavera (vegetarian)
Lemon Meringue Pie
The photos are courtesy of Elaine Hum, from the Christmas Party