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Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 (events found - 8)
final day of exhibition
The Sculptors Society of Canada presents 15th Annual Juried Emerging Sculptors Exhibition. Jurors: Flavio Belli, art consultant; Phil Anderson, Director, Gallery 1313; and J. Mac, sculptor, selected the following participants: Mary Cartmel (Georgeville QC), W. W. Hung (Toronto ON), Sergey Ragozin (Toronto ON), Nurielle Stern (Toronto ON). Awards sponsors: A. & M. Green, Artcast Inc., MST Bronze Ltd ... more
The Sculptors Society of Canada presents 15th Annual Juried Emerging Sculptors Exhibition. Jurors: Flavio Belli, art consultant; Phil Anderson, Director, Gallery 1313; and J. Mac, sculptor, selected the following participants: Mary Cartmel (Georgeville QC), W. W. Hung (Toronto ON), Sergey Ragozin (Toronto ON), Nurielle Stern (Toronto ON). Awards sponsors: A. & M. Green, Artcast Inc., MST Bronze Ltd.
Canadian Sculpture Centre (T.O. Downtown)
opening 6-8pm (see Sep 19 for artist talk)
Barbara Astman, I as artifact 2008-2014. Photographs of arresting masks isolated on a black background. Bearing no specific markers revealing gender, race, or age, the features are intimated by the negative space. These monumental anonymous faces challenge us to consider the assortment of masks we wear every day to bridge the inner self to an outer reality ... more
Barbara Astman, I as artifact 2008-2014. Photographs of arresting masks isolated on a black background. Bearing no specific markers revealing gender, race, or age, the features are intimated by the negative space. These monumental anonymous faces challenge us to consider the assortment of masks we wear every day to bridge the inner self to an outer reality.
Corkin Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
first day (see Sep 9 for reception)
Shai Kremer Connecting Narratives. Through the exploration of the symbolic Green Line set up between Israel and Palestine after an agreement with their neighbouring Arab countries in 1949, these photographs address the hardening of the social frontiers and their impact, research past and present mappings, and encourage viewers to dare to imagine a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict ... more
Shai Kremer Connecting Narratives.
Through the exploration of the symbolic Green Line set up between Israel and Palestine after an agreement with their neighbouring Arab countries in 1949, these photographs address the hardening of the social frontiers and their impact, research past and present mappings, and encourage viewers to dare to imagine a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Julie M. Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
first day (see Sep 3 for reception)
Interference: New PaintingsDavid Griffin and Robin Kingsburgh. In this exhibition, two painters work with waveforms, reflection, and interference. Robin Kingsburgh's work explores colour and layered forms in pursuit of complexity from simplicity. David Griffin paints cadenced interactions of human and animal forms, simmered in oil, wax, and water, and resolved in a narrative counterpoint ... more
Interference: New PaintingsDavid Griffin and Robin Kingsburgh.
In this exhibition, two painters work with waveforms, reflection, and interference. Robin Kingsburgh's work explores colour and layered forms in pursuit of complexity from simplicity. David Griffin paints cadenced interactions of human and animal forms, simmered in oil, wax, and water, and resolved in a narrative counterpoint.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
talk & tour 12:15pm
Art @ Lunch. On the first Wednesday of each month, this intimate docent-led tour series makes connections between artworks and exhibitions in fun new ways. These "highlights tours" use selected works to present interesting themes and questions. The talks are FREE; Gallery Level One admission applies to non-members when applicable. Pre-registration is NOT required. After a 40-min. talk, there will be time for questions or for the opportunity to enjoy lunch at the Horse and Train Bistro ... more
Art @ Lunch. On the first Wednesday of each month, this intimate docent-led tour series makes connections between artworks and exhibitions in fun new ways. These "highlights tours" use selected works to present interesting themes and questions. The talks are FREE; Gallery Level One admission applies to non-members when applicable. Pre-registration is NOT required. After a 40-min. talk, there will be time for questions or for the opportunity to enjoy lunch at the Horse and Train Bistro.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (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)
first day of bidding
HO2 online auction. Preview in Calgary by appointment ... more
HO2 online auction. Preview in Calgary by appointment.
Heffel Fine Art Auction House (Art Auctions / Trusts)
life drawing 8-10pm
Open Studio: Life Drawing. Host: Stratford artist Ken Nutt. Bring your own drawing supplies. Drop-in or register ahead ... more
Open Studio: Life Drawing. Hosted by Stratford artist Ken Nutt. Bring your own drawing supplies.
$10 per session.
Drop-in or register ahead.
Jul 8: Extended Open Studio 7-10pmThe Poses of Donald De Lue ($10 for 2 hours; $15 for 3 hours).
Jul 22: Extended Open Studio 7-10pmThe Poses of Antoine Calbet ($10 for 2 hours; $15 for 3 hours).
Gallery Stratford (Community Courses)

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