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Wallack's Insider April 24 2018

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Wallack's Insider April 24 2018

What's happening at Wallack's and beyond

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Wallack`s Insider

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Wallack`s Insider

Official Opening of From Dreams and Nightmares Vernissage   Details: Join us for the official opening for a night of art, music, with food and drink specials. Artwork by Daniel Martelock, Azdead, Dom Laporte, Dan Metcalfe, Vincent Bolduc, Rob Nicholson and Suzannah Robertson. Place: Atomic Rooster - 303 Bank Street, Ottawa, Ontario  Date and Time: Tuesday, April 10, 2018 (7pm - 10pm)     Live Competitive Painting: Art Battle Ottawa   Details: We can't wait to be back in Ottawa! Join us for an inspiring night of live arts, creativity and community at Arts Court. Come watch as 12 incredible painters battle the clock...

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Fluid Acrylic Pouring

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Fluid Acrylic Pouring

You know why I love fluid acrylics? Because they’re the perfect combination of control and chaos. These delightfully surprising pouring mediums mean that you get to meticulously select your colours and pouring order and then just turn it all over to the fluid pouring gods and hope for the best. Plus mixing paints together makes me feel like a wizard.

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Nunavut Sivuniksavut is a silattuqsarvik (Inuktitut for "a place and time to become wise").

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Nunavut Sivuniksavut is a silattuqsarvik (Inuktitut for "a place and time to become wise").

Wallack's partnership with Nunavut Sivuniksavut allows students to get more supplies for less.

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Sculpy Easter Bunny

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Sculpy Easter Bunny

Easter Weekend Art Project Spring is finally here and what better way to kick off the festivities then with this easy Easter craft for kids -- or yourself. These DIY ideas for Easter will keep you busy over the long weekend!    Sculpey Easter Bunny Materials White, Dusty Rose, Tranquility Sculpey Modelling Tools Set  Baking Sheet     Step 1. Body -  Use your hands to make an oval for the bunny's body (3.5cm wide) making sure that the bottom is bigger than the top so it doesn't tip over.  Step 2. Head - Using your hands make a round ball for the...

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