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Elzbieta Krawecka
at Canadian Fine Arts, Toronto


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Thursday, December 8th, 2016 (events found - 11)
first day (see Dec 10 for celebration / meet the artists)
Holiday Spirit. All media works celebrating the Festive Season. Featuring works by Iain Downie, Eamon, Karen Stoskopf Harding, Judy Raymer Ivkoff, Elaine Jaques, J. Mac, Richard McNeill, Andrew Pawlowski, Peter A. Por, Peter Shoebridge, Irene Sirko, Dina Torrans, Daniel Yu. Please note: Gallery will be closed Dec 20-31 for holidays ... more
Holiday Spirit. All media works celebrating the Festive Season. Featuring works by Iain Downie, Eamon, Karen Stoskopf Harding, Judy Raymer Ivkoff, Elaine Jaques, J. Mac, Richard McNeill, Andrew Pawlowski, Peter A. Por, Peter Shoebridge, Irene Sirko, Dina Torrans, Daniel Yu. Please note: Gallery will be closed Dec 20-31 for holidays.
Canadian Sculpture Centre (T.O. Downtown)
opening reception 6-9pm
Daisuke Takeya: breaking the waves ... more
Daisuke Takeya: breaking the waves.
Christopher Cutts Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
public reception 8pm
Small Works Exhibition. This is a group exhibition made for the young collector, with a great variety of works. Over 20 artists, including Sarah Aresteh, Brian Deignan, Urszula Deregowski, Sandra Nicole Franke, Annette Gaffney, Destiny Grimm, Eduardo Gutierrez, Victoria Huntley, He Jing, Robin Kingsburgh, Susy Martins, Greg McGivern, Sharon Mendonca, Dan Nuttall, Katherine Palmer, Aleksandra Panic, Amanda PL, Lauren Prousky, Pat Rice, Lizzie Riek, Amita Sen Gupta, K. Sinnamon, Joanna Strong, Kelsey Whyte, Rachel Woroner ... more
Small Works Exhibition.
This is a group exhibition made for the young collector, with a great variety of works. Over 20 artists, including Sarah Aresteh, Brian Deignan, Urszula Deregowski, Sandra Nicole Franke, Annette Gaffney, Destiny Grimm, Eduardo Gutierrez, Victoria Huntley, He Jing, Robin Kingsburgh, Susy Martins, Greg McGivern, Sharon Mendonca, Dan Nuttall, Katherine Palmer, Aleksandra Panic, Amanda PL, Lauren Prousky, Pat Rice, Lizzie Riek, Amita Sen Gupta, K. Sinnamon, Joanna Strong, Kelsey Whyte, Rachel Woroner.
Gallery 1313 (T.O. Downtown)
film screening 7pm
FILM. The Power Plant is pleased to show Orson Welles' masterpiece, F for Fake (1975). This program begins with an introduction and screening of the film, followed by discussion led by Carolin Köchling, Curator of Exhibitions at The Power Plant. FREE to members / $12 non-members / $9 seniors & students. In connection with Yto Barrada's exhibition, Faux Guide ... more
FILM. The Power Plant is pleased to show Orson Welles' masterpiece, F for Fake (1975). This program begins with an introduction and screening of the film, followed by discussion led by Carolin Köchling, Curator of Exhibitions at The Power Plant. FREE to members / $12 non-members / $9 seniors & students. In connection with Yto Barrada's exhibition, Faux Guide.
The Power Plant (T.O. Downtown)
reception & awards ceremony 7pm
Glimpse: 24th Annual Members' Exhibition. This ever-popular, year-end show inspires our creative membership to create a submission based on a given theme. Glimpse is this year's open-ended and versatile theme that's inspired creative responses from artists of all ages, catching sight of the fast-paced world we live in ... more
Glimpse: 24th Annual Members' Exhibition.
This ever-popular, year-end show inspires our creative membership to create a submission based on a given theme. Glimpse is this year's open-ended and versatile theme that's inspired creative responses from artists of all ages, catching sight of the fast-paced world we live in.
Station Gallery (T.O. Environs)
reception 7-9pm
Again and Once More, Again: Kristie MacDonald, Myfanwy MacLeod, Mitch Robertson. In Again and Once More, Again, Kristie MacDonald, Myfanwy MacLeod and Mitch Robertson work with archival and found photographs as starting points to address failed or incomplete histories, troubling outdated assumptions while generating new narratives ... more
Again and Once More, Again: Kristie MacDonald, Myfanwy MacLeod, Mitch Robertson.
In Again and Once More, Again, Kristie MacDonald, Myfanwy MacLeod and Mitch Robertson work with archival and found photographs as starting points to address failed or incomplete histories, troubling outdated assumptions while generating new narratives.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
reception 7-9pm
In Every Direction: Jessica Hein, Sylvia Matas. Jessica Hein and Sylvia Matas explore the crossover between psychological landscapes and the natural environment. In Every Direction brings together works on paper by these two Canadian artists whose drawings evoke the Earth's topography and meteorological systems to invite contemplation on the complex nature of human experience ... more
In Every Direction: Jessica Hein, Sylvia Matas.
Jessica Hein and Sylvia Matas explore the crossover between psychological landscapes and the natural environment. In Every Direction brings together works on paper by these two Canadian artists whose drawings evoke the Earth's topography and meteorological systems to invite contemplation on the complex nature of human experience.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
reception 7-9pm
IAIN BAXTER&: Guarding Landscape. This selection of monoprints from the MacLaren's collection highlights IAIN BAXTER&'s use of satire to make social and ecological commentary. Challenging conventions of landscape and still life genres, BAXTER& incorporates seemingly disconnected images in highly graphic, Pop Art-inspired compositions ... more
IAIN BAXTER&: Guarding Landscape.
This selection of monoprints from the MacLaren's collection highlights IAIN BAXTER&'s use of satire to make social and ecological commentary. Challenging conventions of landscape and still life genres, BAXTER& incorporates seemingly disconnected images in highly graphic, Pop Art-inspired compositions.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
reception 7-9pm
Look Once, Look Twice: Altered Photographs from the Sovfoto Archive. Look Once, Look Twice presents altered photographs from the MacLaren Art Centre's collection of Soviet-era press photographs. Many of these images were retouched for print legibility, alterations that remain a cogent reminder that the "truth" of a photograph isn't always fixed in photochemistry ... more
Look Once, Look Twice: Altered Photographs from the Sovfoto Archive.
Look Once, Look Twice presents altered photographs from the MacLaren Art Centre's collection of Soviet-era press photographs. Many of these images were retouched for print legibility, alterations that remain a cogent reminder that the "truth" of a photograph isn't always fixed in photochemistry.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
opening 7pm
Areg Elibekian: The Colours of Life. In Project Room ... more
Areg Elibekian: The Colours of Life. In Project Room.
Stewart Hall Art Gallery (Montreal & Environs)
artist drop-in 11:30am-3:30pm
Open Studio Drop-InSep-Jun. Times vary. Please check www.varleygallery.ca for details. Experienced artists (18 years and older) can work on their creative projects in our newly renovated studio spaces during drop-in times. We provide tables, chairs, easels, sinks, Wi-Fi, and FREE admission to our exhibition space, when the galleries are open.
Single drop-in: $10 (per 4 hours) | 10-drop in pass: $90 | Special season pass: $35 for artists registered in at least one of our art classes in the current or previous program session. Fees include HST, and can be purchased in person at the Gallery. http://bit.ly/2dOc5of ... more
Open Studio Drop-InSep-Jun. Times vary. Please check www.varleygallery.ca for details. Experienced artists (18 years and older) can work on their creative projects in our newly renovated studio spaces during drop-in times. We provide tables, chairs, easels, sinks, Wi-Fi, and FREE admission to our exhibition space, when the galleries are open.
Single drop-in: $10 (per 4 hours) | 10-drop in pass: $90 | Special season pass: $35 for artists registered in at least one of our art classes in the current or previous program session. Fees include HST, and can be purchased in person at the Gallery. http://bit.ly/2dOc5of.
The Varley Art Gallery of Markham (Community Courses)

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