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Wednesday, March 1st, 2017 (events found - 5)

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reception 6-8pm
Edge: Youth Art Show. Arts Etobicoke celebrates 20 years of student achievement in the visual arts with arts education ... more
Edge: Youth Art Show. Arts Etobicoke celebrates 20 years of student achievement in the visual arts with arts education, featuring paintings, drawings, photographs and fibre works from youth representing close to 20 different schools and social agencies across Toronto.
Artscape Youngplace (T.O. Downtown)
workshop 3:30-5pm; reception & performance 6-8pm
Spoken Word Workshop & Showcase. Co-presented with RISE Edutainmanet & ARTSIDEOUT. Workshop: 3:30-5pm; reception & performances: 6-8pm. Randell Adjei of RISE will facilitate a FREE workshop that will focus on storytelling, spoken word and hip hop. In the evening, we're celebrating local arts talent with a public reception and series of performances ... more
Spoken Word Workshop & Showcase.
Co-presented with RISE Edutainmanet & ARTSIDEOUT.
Workshop: 3:30-5pm; reception & performances: 6-8pm.
Randell Adjei of RISE will facilitate a FREE workshop that will focus on storytelling, spoken word and hip hop. In the evening, we're celebrating local arts talent with a public reception and series of performances.
Doris McCarthy Gallery (T.O. Greater)
first day
Gunma Hanga Artists Association: Contemporary Japanese Prints. This group of Japanese printmakers exhibit their etchings, lithography, screen prints, and woodcuts around the globe. Don't miss this rare opportunity to view the artwork that is travelling here from the Gunma district in Japan! ... more
Gunma Hanga Artists Association: Contemporary Japanese Prints.
This group of Japanese printmakers exhibit their etchings, lithography, screen prints, and woodcuts around the globe. Don't miss this rare opportunity to view the artwork that is travelling here from the Gunma district in Japan!
Please join us for a walking tour of the exhibition Fri 24 Mar, 12:15-12:45pm. Masahiro Arai, exhibition convenor and artist, will provide insight and commentary on this very special exhibition.
Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery (T.O. Greater)
final day of exhibition
The Body Thieves: Lisa Jayne Irvine & Andrew McPhail. Who has stolen your body? Illness has many metaphors, from possession to warfare, and the theft of the body by spirit or disease is central to many. Since the Middle Ages and well into the modern era, there has been a long history of body snatching, primarily to enable anatomical research in the name of science. In our work we question these paradigms, moving towards a gesture that is cumulative, cooperative, industrious and that augments identity. We steal our bodies back, reclaiming them and their terrible catastrophes ... more
The Body Thieves: Lisa Jayne Irvine & Andrew McPhail. Who has stolen your body? Illness has many metaphors, from possession to warfare, and the theft of the body by spirit or disease is central to many. Since the Middle Ages and well into the modern era, there has been a long history of body snatching, primarily to enable anatomical research in the name of science. In our work we question these paradigms, moving towards a gesture that is cumulative, cooperative, industrious and that augments identity. We steal our bodies back, reclaiming them and their terrible catastrophes.
Art Gallery of Burlington (Ontario South-West)
deadline day
Celebrating Excellence in Craft: Carnegie Craft 2017.
Carnegie Gallery is pleased to announce a Call for Entry for Carnegie Craft 2017. This juried show of fine craft is open to Ontario artists working in ceramics, wood, textile, metal, glass and mixed media. Carnegie Craft 2017 aims to celebrate the high standards of original craft work being created within the province. Awards and prizes totalling over $3000 will be juried by Roger Kerslake and Judith Tinkl. Entries are $20 per entry with a maximum of 3 entries.
Submissions are due on Wed 1 March 2017.
Visit the Carnegie Gallery website for more information: www.carnegiegallery.org. ... more
Celebrating Excellence in Craft: Carnegie Craft 2017.
Carnegie Gallery is pleased to announce a Call for Entry for Carnegie Craft 2017. This juried show of fine craft is open to Ontario artists working in ceramics, wood, textile, metal, glass and mixed media. Carnegie Craft 2017 aims to celebrate the high standards of original craft work being created within the province. Awards and prizes totalling over $3000 will be juried by Roger Kerslake and Judith Tinkl. Entries are $20 per entry with a maximum of 3 entries.
Submissions are due on Wed 1 March 2017.
Visit the Carnegie Gallery website for more information: www.carnegiegallery.org.
Carnegie Gallery (Calls for Artists)