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Sunday, June 26th, 2016 (events found - 32)
final day of exhibition
Painting Tranquility: Masterworks by Vilhelm Hammershøi. Originally curated by the National Gallery of Denmark's senior research curator, Kasper Monrad, the installation will be overseen by Lloyd DeWitt, the AGO's curator of European art ... more
Painting Tranquility: Masterworks by Vilhelm Hammershøi. Originally curated by the National Gallery of Denmark's senior research curator, Kasper Monrad, the installation will be overseen by Lloyd DeWitt, the AGO's curator of European art. At the centre of the exhibition is the recent AGO acquisition, Hammershøi's Interior with Four Etchings, from 1905.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Donald Andrusnew paintings (West Gallery) ... more
Donald Andrusnew paintings (West Gallery).
David Kaye Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Robert Archambeaunew ceramics *1 (East Gallery) ... more
Robert Archambeaunew ceramics *1 (East Gallery).
David Kaye Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
art bus tour 12noon-5pm
ARTbus. Tour begins at 12noon at the Ryerson Image Centre (33 Gould Street, Toronto) with the exhibition Scotiabank Photography Award: Angela Grauerholz. The ARTbus continues to the Art Gallery of Mississauga (300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga) for a tour at 1:30pm of Canadian Belonging(s), a Featured Exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival and of Mark Kasumovic: Instrumental; and then to Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square (2:45pm) and in Gairloch Gardens (3:30pm) for the opening of Down to Write You This Poem Sat, then returning to RIC at 5pm. $10 donation includes admission to all three galleries and afternoon refreshments. For reservations contact artbus@oakvillegalleries.com or 905 844 4402 x28 by 4pm Fri 24 Jun ... more
ARTbus. Tour begins at 12noon at the Ryerson Image Centre (33 Gould Street, Toronto) with the exhibition Scotiabank Photography Award: Angela Grauerholz. The ARTbus continues to the Art Gallery of Mississauga (300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga) for a tour at 1:30pm of Canadian Belonging(s), a Featured Exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival and of Mark Kasumovic: Instrumental; and then to Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square (2:45pm) and in Gairloch Gardens (3:30pm) for the opening of Down to Write You This Poem Sat, then returning to RIC at 5pm. $10 donation includes admission to all three galleries and afternoon refreshments. For reservations contact artbus@oakvillegalleries.com or 905 844 4402 x28 by 4pm Fri 24 Jun.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Main Gallery – Philippine Artists Group of Canada – a showcase of Philippine arts from members that now include some of the more important names among contemporary Filipino artists active in Ontario ... more
Main Gallery – Philippine Artists Group of Canada – a showcase of Philippine arts from members that now include some of the more important names among contemporary Filipino artists active in Ontario.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)
final day of exhibition
Hall Gallery – Etobicoke Rugcrafters. Celebrating 25 years, the Etobicoke Rugcrafters is a branch of the Ontario Craft Guild and are one of the founding groups at NPCC. ER's aim is to practice, promote and teach the techniques of traditional rughooking ... more
Hall Gallery – Etobicoke Rugcrafters. Celebrating 25 years, the Etobicoke Rugcrafters is a branch of the Ontario Craft Guild and are one of the founding groups at NPCC. ER's aim is to practice, promote and teach the techniques of traditional rughooking.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)
art bus tour 12noon-5pm
Sun 26 Jun, 12noon-5pm: ARTbus. Tour begins at 12noon at the Ryerson Image Centre (33 Gould Street, Toronto) with the exhibition Scotiabank Photography Award: Angela Grauerholz. The ARTbus continues to the Art Gallery of Mississauga (300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga) for a tour at 1:30pm of Canadian Belonging(s), a Featured Exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival and of Mark Kasumovic: Instrumental; and then to Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square (2:45pm) and in Gairloch Gardens (3:30pm) for the opening of Down to Write You This Poem Sat, then returning to RIC at 5pm. $10 donation includes admission to all three galleries and afternoon refreshments. For reservations contact artbus@oakvillegalleries.com or 905 844 4402 x28 by 4pm Fri 24 Jun ... more
Sun 26 Jun, 12noon-5pm: ARTbus. Tour begins at 12noon at the Ryerson Image Centre (33 Gould Street, Toronto) with the exhibition Scotiabank Photography Award: Angela Grauerholz. The ARTbus continues to the Art Gallery of Mississauga (300 City Centre Drive, Mississauga) for a tour at 1:30pm of Canadian Belonging(s), a Featured Exhibition in the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival and of Mark Kasumovic: Instrumental; and then to Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square (2:45pm) and in Gairloch Gardens (3:30pm) for the opening of Down to Write You This Poem Sat, then returning to RIC at 5pm. $10 donation includes admission to all three galleries and afternoon refreshments. For reservations contact artbus@oakvillegalleries.com or 905 844 4402 x28 by 4pm Fri 24 Jun.
Art Gallery of Mississauga (T.O. Environs)
guided tours
Weekend Tours. 12:30pm: Permanent Collection Tour. 2pm: Special Exhibition Tour. Tours are approximately 45 minutes in length and are included with gallery admission ... more
Weekend Tours. 12:30pm: Permanent Collection Tour. 2pm: Special Exhibition Tour. Tours are approximately 45 minutes in length and are included with gallery admission.
McMichael Canadian Art Collection (T.O. Environs)
performance 2:30pm, The ArtLab
The ArtLab. The goal of Gallery A and The ArtLab is to foster and support a thriving art community. Programs provide accessible opportunities for artists and art communities to present and discuss artwork, collaborate, share ideas and be inspired. They are designed to be artist-driven, self-guided and flexible. [...]
Artist residencies:
25 Apr – 10 Jul 2016 | performance Sun 26 Jun, 2pm (Data Visualization): Jessica Field: Mapping Subjectivity Using the Scentific Method ... more
Gallery A and The ArtLab.
The goal of Gallery A and The ArtLab is to foster and support a thriving art community. Programs provide accessible opportunities for artists and art communities to present and discuss artwork, collaborate, share ideas and be inspired. They are designed to be artist-driven, self-guided and flexible.
Unlike the rest of the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, these spaces are not curated – instead artists may apply to use these spaces through a competitive process, and applications are selected by a committee of artists from Durham Region. Priority is given to underrepresented artists and projects that encourage experimentation, collaboration and align with the RMG's statement of purpose.
Next application deadline: Sat 15 Oct 2016 (for projects taking place 1 Mar 2017 – 31 Aug 2017). http://rmg.on.ca/gallery-a-and-the-artlab/.
Artist residencies:
1 Dec 2014 – 2 Feb 2015: Pete Smith.
4 Feb – 29 Mar 2015: Toni Hamel.
5 – 31 May 2015: Ramune Luminaire and Judith Mason.
2 – 21 Jun 2015: Monique Ra Bent.
23 Jun – 12 Jul 2015: Adam White.
3 Nov 2015 – 3 Jan 2016: Mike Drolet.
5 Jan – 28 Feb 2016: Janice McHaffie.
2 – 27 Mar 2016: Sally Thurlow.
30 Mar – 22 Apr 2016: Ruth Read.
25 Apr – 10 Jul 2016 | introduction Fri 6 May, 7-10pm (RMG Fridays) | artist talk Sun 15 May, 1-3pm | performances Sun 29 May, 2:30pm (Data Collection), and Sun 26 Jun, 2pm (Data Visualization) | workshop Sun 12 Jun, 1-3pm (Cartography of Process – $25 members / $35 non-members): Jessica Field: Mapping Subjectivity Using the Scentific Method.
Robert McLaughlin Gallery (T.O. Environs)
artist in conversation 1pm, Gallery A (See Jul 8 for reception)
22 Jun – 24 Jul 2016 | artist in conversation with Nadja Pelkey Sun 26 Jun, 1pm | reception Fri 8 Jul, 7-10pm (RMG Fridays): Laura Madera: The Angle of the Sun's Rays ... more
5 Jan – 28 Feb 2016 | reception Fri 8 Jan, 7-10pm (RMG Fridays): Janice McHaffie: Dying and Death, a Cultural Conversation. Artist talk Sun 7 Feb, 1pm. Closing reception Thur 25 Feb, 7-9pm.

2 – 27 Mar 2016 | reception Fri 4 Mar, 7-10pm (RMG Fridays): IRIS at 20. An exhibition featuring IRIS group members – Laura M. Hair, Judith A. Mason, Mary Ellen McQuay, Janice Taylor-Prebble, Margaret Rodgers, Sally Thurlow, Wendy Wallace. Artist talk & catalogue launch Sun 6 Mar, 1pm. Workshop Sun 20 Mar, 1-3pm ($25 members / $35 non-members; registration required: http://bit.ly/1RjwToX.

31 Mar – 17 Apr 2016 | reception Fri 1 Apr, 7-10pm (RMG Fridays) | artist talks Sat 9 Apr, 2pm: Durham College Fine Arts Graduate Thesis Exhibition: Ten Emerging Visions.

19 Apr – 29 May 2016 | reception Fri 6 May, 7-10pm (RMG Fridays) | artist talk Sun 15 May, 1-3pm | workshop Sun 29 May, 1-3pm ($25 members / $35 non-members): Ruth Read: Nine Empty Rooms.

1 – 19 Jun 2016 | reception & awards ceremony Thur 9 Jun, 2-4pm: The Seniors Art Competition and Exhibition.

22 Jun – 24 Jul 2016 | artist in conversation with Nadja Pelkey Sun 26 Jun, 1pm | reception Fri 8 Jul, 7-10pm (RMG Fridays): Laura Madera: The Angle of the Sun's Rays.

31 Jul – 6 Sep | artist talk Sun 7 Aug, 1pm: Susan Campbell: Zonification.

Gallery A and The ArtLab.
The goal of Gallery A and The ArtLab is to foster and support a thriving art community. Programs provide accessible opportunities for artists and art communities to present and discuss artwork, collaborate, share ideas and be inspired. They are designed to be artist-driven, self-guided and flexible.
Unlike the rest of the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, these spaces are not curated – instead artists may apply to use these spaces through a competitive process, and applications are selected by a committee of artists from Durham Region. Priority is given to underrepresented artists and projects that encourage experimentation, collaboration and align with the RMG's statement of purpose.
Information session: Thur 18 Feb, 7-8pm.
Next application deadline: Sat 15 Oct 2016 (for projects taking place 1 Mar 2017 – 31 Aug 2017). http://rmg.on.ca/gallery-a-and-the-artlab/.
Robert McLaughlin Gallery (T.O. Environs)
guided tour 2pm
Public tours. We offer FREE public tours. Led by our talented and highly trained docents, you can learn more about our current exhibition, Visualizing a Culture for Strangers: Chinese Export Paintings from the Nineteenth Century, and On Your Mark: F. H. Varley, Ed Pien, Kate Wilson (May 28-Sep 6). There is no need to register – simply join us in the Gallery lobby ... more
Public tours. We offer FREE public tours. Led by our talented and highly trained docents, you can learn more about our current exhibition, Visualizing a Culture for Strangers: Chinese Export Paintings from the Nineteenth Century, and On Your Mark: F. H. Varley, Ed Pien, Kate Wilson (May 28-Sep 6). There is no need to register – simply join us in the Gallery lobby.
The Varley Art Gallery of Markham (T.O. Environs)
family activities starting 12noon Jun 25 & 26
Taste of Asia family-friendly activities. FREE. To celebrate and learn more about our summer exhibitions, our Varley outreach team is hosting a booth with FREE family-friendly activities relating to Visualizing a Culture for Strangers and On Your Mark II. These complementary exhibitions showcase contemporary and historical Asian art and focus on stylistic themes of mark making ... more
Taste of Asia family-friendly activities. FREE. To celebrate and learn more about our summer exhibitions, our Varley outreach team is hosting a booth with FREE family-friendly activities relating to Visualizing a Culture for Strangers and On Your Mark II. These complementary exhibitions showcase contemporary and historical Asian art and focus on stylistic themes of mark making.
The Varley Art Gallery of Markham (T.O. Environs)
guided tour 2pm
Tour Days. Learn more about the fascinating works on display from our skilled docents. Tours last approximately 40 minutes. Please arrive five minutes early to purchase admission and/or receive entry sticker from the AGH Visitor Services. Exhibition tickets: FREE to members / $8 students & seniors / $10 non-members. Large groups: Please call in advance: 905 527 6610 x272. Families: Pick up a Discovery Kit and a Family Activity Book at the Visitor Services desk! ... more
Tour Days. Learn more about the fascinating works on display from our skilled docents. Tours last approximately 40 minutes. Please arrive five minutes early to purchase admission and/or receive entry sticker from the AGH Visitor Services. Exhibition tickets: FREE to members / $8 students & seniors / $10 non-members. Large groups: Please call in advance: 905 527 6610 x272. Families: Pick up a Discovery Kit and a Family Activity Book at the Visitor Services desk!
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
tea 1pm, 2pm, 3pm, 4pm
Afternoon Tea – at the Horse and Train Bistro. Served in the traditional English style, afternoon tea features delectable loose leaf teas, sandwiches, pastries and petits fours, tea biscuits with clotted cream and jams, and various savoury baked goods. Take the opportunity to browse the latest exhibitions too. $24.95 per person. Reservations preferred [...] 905 527 6610 x221 or bistro@artgalleryofhamilton.com ... more
Afternoon Tea – at the Horse and Train Bistro. Served in the traditional English style, afternoon tea features delectable loose leaf teas, sandwiches, pastries and petits fours, tea biscuits with clotted cream and jams, and various savoury baked goods. Take the opportunity to browse the latest exhibitions too. $24.95 per person. Reservations preferred; for 1pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm; by calling 905 527 6610 x221 or emailing bistro@artgalleryofhamilton.com.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
film screening 4pm
AGH ilovefilmseries Spring / Summer 2016 Season.
Admission: $8 AGH members | $10 general public.
For details on ticket options: http://bit.ly/1wCBQu7.
Sun 26 Jun, 4pm: M (Germany, 1931). Director: Fritz Lang. Mills Hardware, 95 King Street East.
Thur 14 Jul, 7pm: Painted Land: In Search of the Group of Seven (Canada, 2015). Director: Phyllis Ellis. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Pavilion ... more
AGH ilovefilmseries Winter / Spring / Summer 2016 Season.
Location Jan 20, Feb 3, 17, Mar 9, 23, Apr 6, 20, May 11, 18, Jun 1, 15: Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Location Jan 31, Feb 28, Mar 20, Apr 24, May 29, Ju 26: Mills Hardware, 95 King Street East.
Location Mar 13, Apr 23, Jul 14, Aug 4: Art Gallery of Hamilton.
Admission: $8 AGH members | $10 general public.
For details on ticket options: http://bit.ly/1wCBQu7.
Wed 20 Jan, 7pm: Room (Canada, 2015). Director: Lenny Abrahamson. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Sun 31 Jan, 4pm: Jeanne Dielman 23, quai du Commerce 1080 Bruxelles (Belgium, 1975). Director: Chantal Akerman. Mills Hardware, 95 King Street East.
Wed 3 Feb, 7pm: 45 Years (UK, 2015). Director: Andrew Haigh. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Wed 17 Feb, 7pm: The Brand New Testament (Belgium, 2015). Director: Jaco Van Dormael. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Sun 28 Feb, 4pm: Synecdoche, New York (USA, 2008). Director: Charlie Kaufman. Mills Hardware, 95 King Street East.
Wed 9 Mar, 7pm: Anomalisa (USA, 2015). Director: Charlie Kaufman. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Sun 13 Mar, 2pm: Kiki's Delivery Service (Japan, 1989). Director: Hayao Miyazaki. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Pavilion.
Sun 20 Mar, 4pm: Jane B. par Agnes V (France, 1988). Director: Agnes Varda. Mills Hardware, 95 King Street East.
Wed 23 Mar, 7pm: All the Time in the World (Canada, 2014). Director: Suzanne Crocker. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Wed 6 Apr, 7pm: Fractured Land (Canada, 2015). Directors: Damien Gillis & Fiona Rayher. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Wed 20 Apr, 7pm: The Lady in the Van (UK, 2015). Director: Nicholas Hytner. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Sat 23 Apr, 4pm: Forgotten (Canada, 2015). Director: Eleanor McGrath. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Pavilion.
Sun 24 Apr, 4pm: 400 Blows (France, 1959). Director: François Truffaut. Mills Hardware, 95 King Street East.
Wed 11 May, 7pm: Sleeping Giant (Canada, 2015). Director: Andrew Cividino. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Wed 18 May, 7pm: Louder Than Bombs (Denmark, 2015). Director: Joachim Trier. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Sun 29 May, 4pm: The Sacrifice (Sweden, 1986). Director: Andrei Tarkovsky. Mills Hardware, 95 King Street East.
Wed 1 Jun, 7pm: Miles Ahead (USA, 2016). Director: Don Cheadle. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Wed 15 Jun, 7pm: The Lobster (Greece / Ireland, 2015). Director: Yorgos Lanthimos. Landmark Cinemas, 6 Jackson Square.
Sun 26 Jun, 4pm: M (Germany, 1931). Director: Fritz Lang. Mills Hardware, 95 King Street East.
Thur 14 Jul, 7pm: Painted Land: In Search of the Group of Seven (Canada, 2015). Director: Phyllis Ellis. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Pavilion.
Thur 4 Aug, 7pm: Phantom Museums – The Short Films of the Quay Brothers (UK). Director: Stephen Quay and Timothy Quay. Art Gallery of Hamilton, Joey and Toby Tanenbaum Pavilion.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
Women's Art Association of Hamilton 120th Annual Juried Exhibition ... more
Women's Art Association of Hamilton 120th Annual Juried Exhibition.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibitions / installations
CAFKA.16 presented by Christie.
"What we do together that we can't do alone"

Featuring installations, interventions, performances and projections in Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge by Acapulco, Jaime Angelopolous, Claire Ashley, Lisa Birke, Paul Chartrand, DodoLab, Meghan Harder, David Jensenius, Scenocosme, Jimmy Limit, Mary Ma, MAW Collective, Jamelie Hassan, Ed Pien, Rory MacDonald, Dear Human, Orest Tataryn, Vanessa Yanow & John Tinbolt, Ron Benner, Tristan Perich, Jennifer Chan, Clint Enns, Winston Hacking, Jodie Mack, Alison S. M. Kobayashi, Phillip David Stearns, Ryan Maguire, Zhaoyi Kang, Andrew McPhail, Nahed Mansour, Vessna Perunovich, Francisco-Ferdinando Granados, Adrian Stimson & Lori Blondeau ... more
CAFKA.16 presented by Christie.
"What we do together that we can't do alone"

Featuring installations, interventions, performances and projections in Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge by Acapulco, Jaime Angelopolous, Claire Ashley, Lisa Birke, Paul Chartrand, DodoLab, Meghan Harder, David Jensenius, Scenocosme, Jimmy Limit, Mary Ma, MAW Collective, Jamelie Hassan, Ed Pien, Rory MacDonald, Dear Human, Orest Tataryn, Vanessa Yanow & John Tinbolt, Ron Benner, Tristan Perich, Jennifer Chan, Clint Enns, Winston Hacking, Jodie Mack, Alison S. M. Kobayashi, Phillip David Stearns, Ryan Maguire, Zhaoyi Kang, Andrew McPhail, Nahed Mansour, Vessna Perunovich, Francisco-Ferdinando Granados, Adrian Stimson & Lori Blondeau.
Opening reception on Sat 28 May, 7pm at Kitchener City Hall, 200 King Street West, Kitchener.
The CAFKA.16 Biennial is organized in collaboration with our festival partners Open Ears Festival of Music and Sound, Summer Lights and Altekrea Festival of Alternative Creation, and with the participation of our curatorial partners, University of Waterloo Art Gallery, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Critical Media Lab, Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery, Idea Exchange Art and Design and Cambridge Sculpture Garden.
CAFKA relies on the volunteer support and financial assistance of its members and sponsors.
CAFKA is presented by Christie Digital, and is generously supported by its members, volunteers and the City of Kitchener, Kitchener and Waterloo Community Foundation – Musagetes Fund, Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, Laurence Capital and City of Waterloo.
CAFKA.16: Contemporary Art in the Public Space (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
Tributaries: Midway 'twixt earth and heaven. KC Adams, Kenny Baird, Rebecca Baird, Carl Beam, Nadia Myre, Marianne Nicolson, Greg Staats, Members of the Smith family potters; Steve, Leigh, Santee, Elda, Oliver, Sara, Sylvia, Dee embrace the elements of earth, fire and light that interpret a shared history, land and culture informed by traditional knowledge, language, social constructs and protocol. Patricia Deadman, Guest Curator ... more
Tributaries: Midway 'twixt earth and heaven.
KC Adams, Kenny Baird, Rebecca Baird, Carl Beam, Nadia Myre, Marianne Nicolson, Greg Staats, Members of the Smith family potters; Steve, Leigh, Santee, Elda, Oliver, Sara, Sylvia, Dee embrace the elements of earth, fire and light that interpret a shared history, land and culture informed by traditional knowledge, language, social constructs and protocol. Patricia Deadman, Guest Curator.
Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibitions
JudyBlue Anderson, Sylvia Simpson, Sandee Ewasiuk, Hamilton... Look Again – paintings.
Laurie Wonfor Nolan, Paintings (in The Barber Atrium) ... more
JudyBlue Anderson, Sylvia Simpson, Sandee Ewasiuk, Hamilton... Look Again – paintings.
Laurie Wonfor Nolan, Paintings (in The Barber Atrium).
Carnegie Gallery (Ontario South-West)
tours of exhibitions
Public tours of current exhibitions are available Wednesdays at 6pm, and Saturdays & Sundays between 10am and 4pm on request; just ask our gallery attendants ... more
Public tours of current exhibitions are available Wednesdays at 6pm, and Saturdays & Sundays between 10am and 4pm on request; just ask our gallery attendants.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
final day of exhibition
Allyson Clay: Irregular Lines. Vancouver artist Allyson Clay opens up feminist spaces within the art historical canon through a series of interventions on Doreen Ehrlich's textbook Masterpieces of 20th-Century Painting ... more
Allyson Clay: Irregular Lines.
Vancouver artist Allyson Clay opens up feminist spaces within the art historical canon through a series of interventions on Doreen Ehrlich's textbook Masterpieces of 20th-Century Painting.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
final day of exhibition
Valerie Palmer: Clouds. Valerie Palmer is a Michipicoten Bay-based painter whose realist works situate her human subjects in the psychologically charged landscapes and domestic environments of Northern Lake Superior ... more
Valerie Palmer: Clouds.
Valerie Palmer is a Michipicoten Bay-based painter whose realist works situate her human subjects in the psychologically charged landscapes and domestic environments of Northern Lake Superior.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
opening reception 2-5pm
Resonance of the Tree. Guest curated by Stephen Hogbin, The Resonance of the Tree features works by Lorne Wagman, Kevin Yates, Vera Dernovsek and Peter Pierobon. As the artists investigate concerns around natural history, early industries and contemporary ecology, their works conjure poetic metaphors about understanding our sense of place within, and relative to, the natural world.
With a Destiny. Curated by Christian Bernard Singer, artists Laura Donefer, Susan Edgerley and Karina Guevin present glass sculptures and installations that explore ideas of destiny, chance and fate and their effects on both natural and personal environments.
Agnes Martin and Me. From 1977 to 1984, American photographer Donald Woodman was assistant to the renowned painter, Agnes Martin. Curated by Christian Bernard Singer, the exhibition presents never before seen photos of Martin by Woodman, along with writings and ephemera, that document Martin's long struggle with mental illness and her heroic battle to keep her incessant inner voices in check in order to realize her unique vision. Martin was one of only a handful of women who were to emerge in the testosterone-fuelled climate of abstract expressionism and minimalism ... more
Resonance of the Tree. Guest curated by Stephen Hogbin, Resonance of the Tree features works by Lorne Wagman, Kevin Yates, Vera Dernovsek and Peter Pierobon. As the artists investigate concerns around natural history, early industries and contemporary ecology, their works conjure poetic metaphors about understanding our sense of place within, and relative to, the natural world.

With a Destiny. Curated by Christian Bernard Singer, artists Laura Donefer, Susan Edgerley and Karina Guevin present glass sculptures and installations that explore ideas of destiny, chance and fate and their effects on both natural and personal environments.

Agnes Martin and Me. From 1977 to 1984, American photographer Donald Woodman was assistant to the renowned painter, Agnes Martin. Curated by Christian Bernard Singer, the exhibition presents never before seen photos of Martin by Woodman, along with writings and ephemera, that document Martin's long struggle with mental illness and her heroic battle to keep her incessant inner voices in check in order to realize her unique vision. Martin was one of only a handful of women who were to emerge in the testosterone-fuelled climate of abstract expressionism and minimalism.
Tom Thomson Art Gallery (Ontario North-Central)
final day of exhibition
Cutline: The Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail. On view in The Old Press Hall, The Globe and Mail, 425 Wellington Street West, Toronto ... more
Cutline: The Photography Archives of The Globe and Mail. On view in The Old Press Hall, The Globe and Mail, 425 Wellington Street West, Toronto.
National Gallery of Canada (Ontario East)
final day of exhibition
The Recovery of Antiquity: From the Renaissance to Neoclassicism in France and Italy ... more
The Recovery of Antiquity: From the Renaissance to Neoclassicism in France and Italy.
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Montreal & Environs)
final day of exhibition
Culture Shift. Contemporary Native Art Biennial, 3rd Edition ... more
Culture Shift. Contemporary Native Art Biennial, 3rd Edition.
Stewart Hall Art Gallery (Montreal & Environs)
five-day workshop (Jun 26-30)
Making Art in Dialogue with Nature with artist Joan Scaglione ... more
Making Art in Dialogue with Nature with artist Joan Scaglione.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Community Courses)
drop-in program for families 1-4pm
Open Studio. Join us for a FREE drop-in open studio of family art activities in the GWD Foundation for Kids' Creative Hub at the Art Gallery of Burlington. All are welcome! ... more
Open Studio. Join us for a FREE drop-in open studio of family art activities in the GWD Foundation for Kids' Creative Hub at the Art Gallery of Burlington. All are welcome!
Art Gallery of Burlington (Community Courses)
family program
Family Fun Days. Family-Time Tours 1-1:25pm. Hands-On Art-Making Fun 1:30-3:30pmJun 26: Summer Celebration. Aug 28: Sand and Sea ... more
Family Fun Days.
The last Sunday of each month is full of fun and family-friendly art-making activities inspired by AGH exhibitions or the season. Children can create masterpieces as artist-instructors bring their expertise to each project! Please visit AGH Visitor Services upon arrival to receive your stickers for all family workshops. Please arrive early as spaces may be limited.
Family-Time Tours 1-1:25pm.
Hands-On Art-Making Fun 1:30-3:30pm
Dec 27: Winter Wonderland.
Jan 31: Baby It's Cold Outside.
Feb 28: My Many Moods.
Mar 27: Family Portraits.
Apr 24: Spring Has Sprung.
May 29: My Own Landscape.
Jun 26: Summer Celebration.
Aug 28: Sand and Sea.
Sep 25: Fall Colours
Oct 30: Haunted Hallowe'en.
Family-Time Tours are included with Family Fun Day admission.
Hands-On Art-Making Fun activities are FREE to AGH members | $5 non-members (per family; up to 4 children). Exhibition admission is not included.
Pre-registration is NOT required.
Funding for Family Fun Days is provided by ArcelorMittal Dofasco's Corporate Community Investment Fund.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Community Courses)
family workshop
Family Sunday Workshops (Sundays 1:30-3pm, Apr 10-Jun 26, 2016). Artists Rebecca Robitaille & Christyn Grampola lead creative projects that families can complete together. Sign up in person at 1pm on the day of the workshop, as space is limited.
$5/child; FREE for Friends of The MacLaren.
Materials are provided.

Jun 26: The Lantern's Light with Christyn Grampola ... more
Family Sunday Workshops (Sundays 1:30-3pm, Apr 10-Jun 26, 2016). Artists Rebecca Robitaille & Christyn Grampola lead creative projects that families can complete together. Sign up in person at 1pm on the day of the workshop, as space is limited.
$5/child; FREE for Friends of The MacLaren.
Materials are provided.

Apr 10: Monet's Flower Garden with Christyn Grampola.
Apr 17: Recycled Cities with Rebecca Robitaille.
Apr 24: Monet's Flower Garden with Christyn Grampola.
May 1: Paper Forests with Rebecca Robitaille.
May 8: Poetic Presents with Christyn Grampola.
May 15: Paper Forests with Rebecca Robitaille.
May 22: Dangling Designs with Christyn Grampola.
May 29: Picasso Portraits with Christyn Grampola.
Jun 5: Catch the Breeze with Rebecca Robitaille.
Jun 12: Familial Totem Poles with Rebecca Robitaille.
Jun 19: Whimsical Mugs with Rebecca Robitaille.
Jun 26: The Lantern's Light with Christyn Grampola.
MacLaren Art Centre (Community Courses)
family program 2-4pm
FAMILY PROGRAM –
Sundays 2-4pm, May 29, Jun 26
: Family-Friendly Drop-In Art Studio ... more
FAMILY PROGRAM –

Sundays 2-4pm, May 29, Jun 26
: Family-Friendly Drop-In Art Studio.
Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre (Community Courses)
family workshop 3pm
For childrenPower Kids.
26 Jun: Take Action! Join Franz Erhard Walther, a contemporary German artist who invites you to engage with both sculpture and the institution in new and moving ways. We will begin with a tour of Call to Action, Walther's first Canadian solo exhibition, followed by the activation of his wearable fabric forms and the chance to design your own imaginative Werksatz (First Work Set).
10 Jul: A Sound Story. In this workshop inspired by Ulla von Brandenburg's film It Has a Golden Sun and an Elderly Grey Moon (2016), we will collaboratively write a theatrical play without dialogue. After a short investigation into the qualities of sound and silence, we will create sound-producing instruments with plastic, metal, wood and re-purposed materials. We will then compose a musical score for our play using our new instruments. A performance of our play will be recorded, available for participants to access digitally, after which participants will take their instruments home ... more
For childrenPower Kids.
26 Jun: Take Action! Join Franz Erhard Walther, a contemporary German artist who invites you to engage with both sculpture and the institution in new and moving ways. We will begin with a tour of Call to Action, Walther's first Canadian solo exhibition, followed by the activation of his wearable fabric forms and the chance to design your own imaginative Werksatz (First Work Set).
10 Jul: A Sound Story. In this workshop inspired by Ulla von Brandenburg's film It Has a Golden Sun and an Elderly Grey Moon (2016), we will collaboratively write a theatrical play without dialogue. After a short investigation into the qualities of sound and silence, we will create sound-producing instruments with plastic, metal, wood and re-purposed materials. We will then compose a musical score for our play using our new instruments. A performance of our play will be recorded, available for participants to access digitally, after which participants will take their instruments home.
24 Jul: Wearable Soft Sculptures. Make a fabric sculpture that doubles as a costume! While we activate one of Franz Erhard Walther's interactive works of art, we will learn about flexible art materials and how our imagination and participation can animate minimal sculptures. Each participant will then create a unique soft sculpture that fits them. At the end of the program, we will engage in a performative intervention by wearing our sculptures and parading into the gallery.
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