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    Effluents

    Through April 28
    Craig Gallery Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth Dartmouth


    Curtis Botham's series of large-scale charcoal works—which the artist created during a residency in New Glasgow and carry the sub-title Drawings of Industrial Nova Scotia—are exhibited at the Craig, highlighting the coal, lumber and steel industries in the area and their impact on the local environment. 902-461-4698

    Transforming Body, Mind and Stone

    Through April 28
    Craig Gallery Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth Dartmouth


    Each of the five carved works at this mini-retrospective shines a light on a segment of Luigi Costanzo's decades-long career—from his early days of talent development to the realization that arthritis in his hands might take his creative outlet away. In his artist's statement, he says the collection is presented "with no up or down, front or back—loosened fixed ideas about making work and living life." 902-461-4698

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