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Wednesday, March 8th, 2017 (events found - 9)

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film screening 7pm
Art + Cinema. Screenings of Eva Hesse (2016, 1hr), directed by Marcie Begleiter. In Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario. $9 members | $10 public | $8 students. Mar 1 screening includes an introduction by Georgiana Uhlyarik, Associate Curator, Canadian Art, Art Gallery of Ontario. http://bit.ly/2ku1S6q. ... more
Art + Cinema. Screenings of Eva Hesse (2016, 1hr), directed by Marcie Begleiter. In Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario. $9 members | $10 public | $8 students. Mar 1 screening includes an introduction by Georgiana Uhlyarik, Associate Curator, Canadian Art, Art Gallery of Ontario. http://bit.ly/2ku1S6q.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
first day
Michael Zaharuk | Hot Air | North Gallery. A collection of prints and paintings ranging from images of whimsy to works of social and political satire by Propeller member Michael Zaharuk ... more
Michael Zaharuk | Hot Air | North Gallery.
A collection of prints and paintings ranging from images of whimsy to works of social and political satire by Propeller member Michael Zaharuk.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
first day
Gordon Stamper | Here.for.Now. | South Gallery. Acrylic abstract paintings in response to personal inquiry, by Propeller member Gordon Stamper ... more
Gordon Stamper | Here.for.Now. | South Gallery.
Acrylic abstract paintings in response to personal inquiry, by Propeller member Gordon Stamper.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
opening party 6-8pm
Benjamin Freedman: Observations of Foreign Objects in a Remote Town. Student Gallery ... more
Benjamin Freedman: Observations of Foreign Objects in a Remote Town.
Student Gallery.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
lecture 12noon-1pm
"Black Canadian Literature and the Aesthetics of Spatial Justice" – lecture by Karina Vernon, Assistant Professor of English, University of Toronto. Scarborough Black writers turn time and again to the metaphor of the unsafe house to relate and rework the histories of slavery, colonialism, forced removal and erasure that have left black Canada spatially vulnerable. This talk offers a tour through some literary homes for blackness from Halifax to Winnipeg in order to trace a black Canadian aesthetics of spatial justice ... more
"Black Canadian Literature and the Aesthetics of Spatial Justice" – lecture by Karina Vernon, Assistant Professor of English, University of Toronto. Scarborough Black writers turn time and again to the metaphor of the unsafe house to relate and rework the histories of slavery, colonialism, forced removal and erasure that have left black Canada spatially vulnerable. This talk offers a tour through some literary homes for blackness from Halifax to Winnipeg in order to trace a black Canadian aesthetics of spatial justice.
Doris McCarthy Gallery (T.O. Greater)
art reception 7-9pm
Churchville School Art Show. Churchville Public School showcases art works inspired by Indigenous culture, traditions and history ... more
Churchville School Art Show. Churchville Public School showcases art works inspired by Indigenous culture, traditions and history.
Beaux-Arts Galleries Brampton (T.O. Environs)
lecture 6pm (FREE bus will depart from Mercer Union, 1286 Bloor Street West, Toronto at 12:30pm, and return from University of Guelph at 8:30pm)
11th Annual Dasha Shenkman Lecture in Contemporary ArtShirin Neshat, noted artist and filmmaker. Lecture takes place in War Memorial Hall, University of Guelph. FREE. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A moderated by Robert Enright, Professor of Art Criticism, University of Guelph. Please also plan to attend the MFA Open Studios before and after the lecture, 2-5:30pm and 7:30-9pm, in Blackwood Hall, Firehall, and Alexander Hall, University of Guelph ... more
11th Annual Dasha Shenkman Lecture in Contemporary ArtShirin Neshat, noted artist and filmmaker. Lecture takes place in War Memorial Hall, University of Guelph. FREE. The lecture will be followed by a Q&A moderated by Robert Enright, Professor of Art Criticism, University of Guelph. Please also plan to attend the MFA Open Studios before and after the lecture, 2-5:30pm and 7:30-9pm, in Blackwood Hall, Firehall, and Alexander Hall, University of Guelph. Presented by the University of Guelph School of Fine Art and Music and the College of Arts.
Art Gallery of Guelph (Ontario South-West)
first day
Early Spring '17 Group Show. The promise of spring is highlighted by a wonderful burst of creativity on display at TAG Art Gallery, from exciting and talented artists new to the scene, and from several favourites of visitors to previous exhibitions. For the Early Spring '17 Group Show, TAG Gallery is pleased to welcome Carol Basciano, Barbara-Jean Lovell, and Stephanie Loback. Returning artists who always energize the walls at TAG with their imaginative creations are Prudence Smith, Marshal Foster and Sheldon Goldman. The range of Ontario and Quebec-based artists featured in the show means viewers can easily find pieces with strong personal appeal. And the Gallery offers an outstanding collection of art jewellery, glass and metal art, bronze, soapstone and limestone sculptures, and transfer art ... more
Early Spring '17 Group Show. The promise of spring is highlighted by a wonderful burst of creativity on display at TAG Art Gallery, from exciting and talented artists new to the scene, and from several favourites of visitors to previous exhibitions. For the Early Spring '17 Group Show, TAG Gallery is pleased to welcome Carol Basciano, Barbara-Jean Lovell, and Stephanie Loback. Returning artists who always energize the walls at TAG with their imaginative creations are Prudence Smith, Marshal Foster and Sheldon Goldman. The range of Ontario and Quebec-based artists featured in the show means viewers can easily find pieces with strong personal appeal. And the Gallery offers an outstanding collection of art jewellery, glass and metal art, bronze, soapstone and limestone sculptures, and transfer art.
TAG Art Gallery (Ontario South-West)
presentation 2-3pm
Writing for Arts Periodicals. Michael DiRisio, Artistic Director of Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, leads this session for arts writers and aspiring arts writers. All are welcome; FREE of charge ... more
Writing for Arts Periodicals. Michael DiRisio, Artistic Director of Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre, leads this session for arts writers and aspiring arts writers. All are welcome; FREE of charge.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)