Kendra wraps up virtual entertainment

Stay Safe At Home Manitoba grant supports artists and provides enrichement while we are under health orders.

On March 31, Kendra Kay will be entertaining through a livestream performance of Manitoba Arts Network.

She’s got some new music on the go.She says, “I can’t comment too much yet as it’s not complete - but I can definitely say this next project is something I am SO excited about! I’ve been in the studio working with Murray Pulver lots these past couple months and I can’t wait for people to hear what we’ve been working on!”

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And yes,“I did a sneak peek of a couple new tunes at the Arts Network show so people can expect to hear a couple new ones from me!”

Kay is the grand finale of 12 weeks of Manitoba talent provided to entertain and inspire us during COVID stay home restrictions. The Manitoba Arts Network received a Safe at Home Manitoba grant so, while this online showcase supports Manitoba artists, it’s free for the public to enjoy.

There’s several other performers before the end of March. Check here: manitobaartsnetwork.ca/stay-safe-at-home/

If you haven’t been to the website, there’s still time to enjoy a visual feast, until March 30. Mary Lowe’s art is on display among four other presentations.

There are evening workshops available on Zoom. Friday evening, March 18, for example: “Nurturing your creativity” will be presented by Rosemarie Péloquin. Plus, four more workshops to finish out the March list, ending this free programing through Stay Safe at Home.

 

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