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TV with an a capella twist
Oct 17, 2020 | Performance

What does an a cappella group do in the time of the dreaded Covid-19? Apparently they hold virtual rehearsals and make their own TV station.

Seven Steps to a Rockin

By Sarah O'Donnell, SSAC member

So you've become a member of SSAC...now what?

When I first became a member I had just opened up my theatre company. I thought it would be a great way to be represented in our arts community and I wanted to network with like minded creative people. I soon realized that my membership card was not a magic portal to sudden world of artistic enlightenment [cue sad trombone quickly followed by lightbulb moment].....I was able to make SSAC work best for me and my artistic needs. How did I do that you ask? Just follow Sarah's Seven Steps to a Rockin' SSAC Experience.

AOM: Our Home the Earth
Jan 8, 2020 | visual arts

From September 12th to October 3rd, in partnership with local businesses, artists displayed their work in Alliston and Tottenham storefront windows.

Book Review - XII: Of Magic and Muses
Dec 31, 2019 | Literary, visual arts, youth

by Kristen Kiomall-Evans

Launched in 2016 as a webcomic at xiicomic.com, XII: Of Magic and Muses continues to regularly update it’s story of mischievous and monstrous mishaps. The author and artist Kristen Kiomall-Evans has been writing and drawing this series since 2013 and has finally released the print edition in May 2019!

SSAC
Dec 18, 2019 | youth

By Michelle Dinnick and Isolde Ryan

This year saw the SSAC’s first ever Kids Comic-Con. We wanted to bring a new and fun-filled event for the kids in South Simcoe, and Comic-Cons are becoming more