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Saturday, March 11th, 2017 (events found - 8)

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opening reception 2-4pm; artist talks 2:30pm
The 150 (Canadian Celebration Exhibition). Sculptors Society of Canada and Medallic Art Society of Canada ... more
The 150 (Canadian Celebration Exhibition). Sculptors Society of Canada and Medallic Art Society of Canada.
As Canada turns 150 years old in 2017, two of Canada's foremost art societies unite to hold a joint exhibition in recognition and celebration of this historic moment in time. Members of SSC and MASC have created new work in their individual, distinctive and varied styles in tribute of their nation's birthday.
MASC members: Holly Atkinson, Lynden Beesley, Angel Calderer, Walter Collins, Kenna Graff, Magdalena Lesniak, Janine Lindgren, Geert Maas, Deborah Maurer, Scott McKinnon, Richard McNeill, Judith Mills, Susan Taylor, Lorraine Wright; also special works by the founders of MASC: Dora dePédery-Hunt, Del Newbigging.
SSC members: Edward Falkenberg, Mary Ellen Farrow, Camie Geary-Martin, Marlene Kawalez, Janine Lindgren, J. Mac, Richard McNeill, Philippe Pallafray, David Ruben Piqtoukun, Peter A. Por, Marianne Reim, Dina Torrans, Angela Verlaeckt-Clark, Judi Michelle Young.
Canadian Sculpture Centre (T.O. Downtown)
artist present 3-5pm
Shuvinai Ashoona: Curiosities. We are thrilled to be highlighting Shuvinai Ashoona's recent drawings. Ashoona's fantastic narrative and inspired take on Inuit identity have caught the attention of Canadian and international admirers alike. Our exhibition will be taking place concurrently with the Esker Foundation's traveling exhibition Earthlings, which includes a number of Ashoona's drawings as well as the release of Dr. Nancy Campbell's book Shuvinai Ashoona – Life and Work ... more
Shuvinai Ashoona: Curiosities. We are thrilled to be highlighting Shuvinai Ashoona's recent drawings. Ashoona's fantastic narrative and inspired take on Inuit identity have caught the attention of Canadian and international admirers alike. Our exhibition will be taking place concurrently with the Esker Foundation's traveling exhibition Earthlings, which includes a number of Ashoona's drawings as well as the release of Dr. Nancy Campbell's book Shuvinai Ashoona – Life and Work.
Feheley Fine Arts (T.O. Downtown)
first day
Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story ... more
Out of the Depths: The Blue Whale Story.
Royal Ontario Museum (T.O. Downtown)
opening reception 1-3pm
The French Canadian Connection. The art of northern Quebec - Ontario's Marc André Labonté and New Brunswick's Gilles Arsenault. Curators: Nikolina Zanoski and Ellen Anderson ... more
The French Canadian Connection. The art of northern Quebec - Ontario's Marc André Labonté and New Brunswick's Gilles Arsenault. Curators: Nikolina Zanoski and Ellen Anderson.
Creative Spirit Art Centre (T.O. Central)
opening reception 1-3pm (see Apr 19 for juror's discussion)
Inner Dialogues: The Latcham Gallery Annual Juried Art Exhibition. [...]. Selected artists are: Edward Abela, Peter Adams, Katie Argyle, Veronika Beaulieu, Wendy Bermingham, Vera Bobson, Susanne Clark, Luke Despatie, Teri Donovan, Iwona Dufaj, Sabrina Ebenreth, Diana Hillman, Bill Hornbostel, Jane Hicks, Momin Khan, Audrey Lawson, Jennifer Murphy, Jeannie Pappas, Tom Ridout, Afsaneh Shafai, Vicky Talwar, Sally Thurlow, Antonio Volpe, Carol Westcott ... more
Inner Dialogues: The Latcham Gallery Annual Juried Art Exhibition.
The Latcham Gallery is very excited to present this year's Annual Juried Art Exhibition. This event is a favourite among our gallery visitors and very much anticipated by the region's art community. This exhibition offers artists an opportunity to have their work evaluated by a group of jurors chosen from art educators, gallery professionals as well as professional artists. It also offers the public the opportunity to see the work of a wide spectrum of emerging Ontario artists.
This year's jury has selected 27 works by 24 artists from a field of 279 works by 160 artists. Selected artists are: Edward Abela, Peter Adams, Katie Argyle, Veronika Beaulieu, Wendy Bermingham, Vera Bobson, Susanne Clark, Luke Despatie, Teri Donovan, Iwona Dufaj, Sabrina Ebenreth, Diana Hillman, Bill Hornbostel, Jane Hicks, Momin Khan, Audrey Lawson, Jennifer Murphy, Jeannie Pappas, Tom Ridout, Afsaneh Shafai, Vicky Talwar, Sally Thurlow, Antonio Volpe, Carol Westcott.
The Latcham Gallery (T.O. Environs)
first day (see May 6 for artist talk & workshop)
Steve Driscoll & Finn O'Hara: Size Matters. Organized by the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Primary Exhibition for Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. Size Matters brings together the work of painter Steve Driscoll and photographer Finn O'Hara for their first-ever exhibition at a public art gallery. These Toronto-based artists face a dichotomy familiar to many millennials: urban lifestyles combined with a love for the outdoors. The resulting images are moments of intervention on landscapes that are sharply foreign to the production and even the subject matter of the paintings themselves. Their work is a creative response to the need for a sense of scale ... more
Steve Driscoll & Finn O'Hara: Size Matters.
Organized by the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.
Primary Exhibition for Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
Size Matters brings together the work of painter Steve Driscoll and photographer Finn O'Hara for their first-ever exhibition at a public art gallery. These Toronto-based artists face a dichotomy familiar to many millennials: urban lifestyles combined with a love for the outdoors. The resulting images are moments of intervention on landscapes that are sharply foreign to the production and even the subject matter of the paintings themselves. Their work is a creative response to the need for a sense of scale.
McMichael Canadian Art Collection (T.O. Environs)
artist talk 1-2pm
Artist talk – Interdisciplinary artist Dawn Matheson discusses the rich community collaboration that has informed the exhibition A Sense of Wonder and the approach to silence as a material presence that has shaped the multimedia work of the d/Deaf and hard of hearing youth involved. All welcome; FREE admission ... more
Artist talk – Interdisciplinary artist Dawn Matheson discusses the rich community collaboration that has informed the exhibition A Sense of Wonder and the approach to silence as a material presence that has shaped the multimedia work of the d/Deaf and hard of hearing youth involved. All welcome; FREE admission.
Art Gallery of Guelph (Ontario South-West)
editing session 10am-5pm
Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. Drop in to this day-long event organized by Art History undergraduate students. Prior experience is not required. Introductory tutorials reference materials, refreshments and child care 1-3pm. Please bring your own laptop and power cord. Participants are encouraged to create a Wikipedia account before the event. For more info on the Art+Feminism international initiative, please visit: www.artandfeminism.org ... more
Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon. Drop in to this day-long event organized by Art History undergraduate students. Prior experience is not required. Introductory tutorials reference materials, refreshments and child care 1-3pm. Please bring your own laptop and power cord. Participants are encouraged to create a Wikipedia account before the event. For more info on the Art+Feminism international initiative, please visit: www.artandfeminism.org.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)