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Alice Williams and Brad Copping

Location: King George Public School (220 Hunter St. E, Peterborough)

Anishinaabe artist Alice Williams (Curve Lake First Nation) and glass and sculpture artist Brad Copping have created an immersive installation of blown glass, textile, sound, and projection. The vibrant greens of springtime frame envelop the ceiling, light catches a cascade of glass droplets suspended in their fall towards blown vessels full of water, atop quilted medicine wheels. The sound of rain through trees plays as voices speak the names of water in its various forms in Anishinaabemowin and English.

By bringing the outside in to this space originally constructed for educating the next generation acknowledges the long tradition of King George Public School’s work to provide specialized environmental and nature-based programs and the intention of Erring itself, bringing unoccupied spaces to life.

Alice Williams is an Anishinaabe artist (Curve Lake First Nation) who holds a BA from Trent University. Her quilts and wall-hangings have been exhibited at the National Museum of the American Indian (the Smithsonian), Michigan State University, Thunder Bay Art Gallery, Wanuskewin Heritage Park and the Art Gallery of Peterborough.

Brad Copping is a sculptor and functional glass blower whose work has been exhibited broadly. He has been reviewed in the New Glass Review, received support from the Canada Council and Ontario Arts Council, and is in the permanent collection of many museums, including the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.


Exhibition Dates & Hours:

Friday, May 6th: 7pm -10pm
Saturday, May 7th: 3pm – 6pm
Sunday, May 8th: 2pm – 5pm

Friday, May 13th: 7pm – 10pm
Saturday, May 14th: 3pm – 6pm
Sunday, May 15th: 2pm – 5pm


Purchase festival passes now Walk-ups welcome!

Box office opens half an hour prior to festival opening
With a goal of eliminating cost as a barrier to attending the performing arts, Public Energy has created a pick-your-own-price policy for this event. Pick the price you can afford and please note that every price point gets you the same value ticket – there are no special perks for purchasing a higher priced ticket.


Presented in Partnership with Public Energy

Erring at King George 
Erring at King George is a multi-arts festival that will see dozens of performing and visual artists as well as community groups taking over all three floors of the now closed King George Public School. Numerous performing and visual artists will transform classrooms, hallways, offices and even the gym into exhibition spaces.

For a complete schedule of events and more information visit: Erring at King George Website  or check out the Full Erring Program

corner façade of King George Public School rendered in bright rainbow colours

Thank you to our Partners:

Public Energy logo. White text on a red background. Text reads: "The Power of Performance." Artspace logo

Regular Hours: Wednesday to Sunday from 11 am to 5 pm. Admission is by Donation.

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