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Ice Follies – the biennial art collective returns to frozen Lake Nipissing

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Ice Follies returns to Marathon Beach in North Bay, running from February 9-20.

The opening of Ice Follies will take place Friday at 5:00pm off Marathon Beach. This year’s artists include Aylan Couchie, Reece Terris, Andrew Ackerman, Chris Kosloski, Aanmitaagzi and more.

This is a free event and is open to all, please remember to dress warmly. A warming tent with refreshments will be provided. Parking is available off Memorial Drive. The exhibition runs through the 20th of February. There will be a Family Day closing reception with hot chocolate, artist talks, and tours on February 19th, 12:00pm-2:00pm.

For more information on this year’s events, click here.

About Ice Follies: Ice Follies is an ad-hoc collective that presents a biennial festival of contemporary and community engaged art on frozen Lake Nipissing. Audiences are invited to engage with works situated off shore from the North Bay waterfront and along the shores of Nipissing First Nation. Ice Follies Biennial aims to encourage audiences to experience art outside the context of the institution and engages a visceral interaction with the local landscape. The installations, performances and interventions shape a dialogue between art and site.

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