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screenings 12noon, 2pm & 4pm
Toronto: Tributes + Tributaries Film and Video Festival. Join us for a FREE film and video festival presented in partnership with the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) and Vtape, and featuring Toronto's pioneering filmmakers and video artists from the 1970s and 1980s. All screenings in Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario. FREE tickets available online: http://bit.ly/2lkjKR2.
Sun 12 Mar, 12noon
: Eyes of the Wise – featuring Pure Virtue by Tanya Mars; Passion: A Letter in 16mm by Patricia Rozema ; Private Eyes by Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak; There Is in Power... Seduction by Annette Mangaard; At 99: Portrait of Tandy Murch by Deepa Mehta.
Sun 12 Mar, 2pm: CFMDC Presents: Geographies of Self and City – featuring Speakbody by Kay Armatage; Cityscape by Wendy Rowland, Darlene Pratt and Angela Sigsworth; From Nevis to by Christene Brown; All Flesh is Grass by Susan Oxtoby; The Bird That Chirped on Bathurst by Midi Onodera; Mine's Bedlam by Carl Brown; Now, Yours by Mike Hoolboom; Stop Darlington by Robert Kennedy and Cal Woodruff; Waterworx (A Clear Day and No Memories) by Rick Hancox.
Sun 12 Mar, 4pm: Performance – featuring Television's Human Nature by Tom Sherman; Tango by Susan Britton; Performance (Untitled) by Tom Dean; Lily Eng, Solo Improvisation, Documenta 6 by Missing Associates, Lily Eng and Peter Dudar; The Myth of the Fishes by Rhonda Abrams; Making a Scene by Martha Davis ... more
Toronto: Tributes + Tributaries Film and Video Festival. Join us for a FREE film and video festival presented in partnership with the Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (CFMDC) and Vtape, and featuring Toronto's pioneering filmmakers and video artists from the 1970s and 1980s. All screenings in Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario. FREE tickets available online: http://bit.ly/2lkjKR2.

Thur 9 Mar, 7pm
: CFMDC Presents: Personal Perspectives 1971-1979 – featuring Solidarity by Joyce Wieland (1973, 10:40min); Metamorphosis by Barry Greenwald (1975, 10:30min); Jim and Muggins Tour Toronto by Michael Kennedy (1978, 15min); On the Pond by Philip Hoffman (1978, 9min); Weather Building by Ross McLaren (1976, 10min); She Is Away by Bruce Elder (1976, 13min); Minimum Charge No Cover by Janis Cole and Holly Dale (1976, 11min); Mondo Punk by Suzanne McNaughton (1978, 6min).
Thur 9 Mar, 9pm: The Far Shore by Joyce Wieland (1976, 1hr. 45min).

Fri 10 Mar, 7pm: Bodies That Matter – featuring D-E-S-I-R-E by Glace W. Lawrence (1989, 3:30min); Turn by Stephen Cruise (1972, 6:30min); Baby Dolls by Rodney Werden (1978, 19min); Black & White by Raphael Bendahan (1972, 8min); Hormone Warzone by Hummer Sisters (1983, 11min).
Fri 10 Mar, 9pm: The Secret Life of Cornelia Lumsden: A Remarkable Story, Part 1, Her Room in Paris (1979, 1hr), and The Secret Life of Cornelia Lumsden: A Remarkable Story,Part 2 "And Now the Truth" (A Parenthesis) (1980, 31min) by Vera Frenkel.

Sat 11 Mar, 1pm: Seated Figures (1988, 42min) and So Is This (1982, 43min) by Michael Snow.
Sat 11 Mar, 4pm: Indigenous Freedom – featuring The Ballad of Crowfoot by Willie Dunn (1968, 10min); Charley Squash Goes to Town by Duke Redbird (1969, 4min); Cowboy and Indian by Don Owen (1972, 44min); What Price an Island by Mike MacDonald (1985, 28 min).
Sat 11 Mar, 7pm: Vtape presents When the Work Was New: Toronto New Work Shows 1984 and 1986. Program 1 – featuring Out of the Blue by Richard Fung (1991, 28min); Once Upon a Time by Randy & Berenicci (1984, 18:30min); How Many Fingers by Andrew J. Paterson and Alan Fox (1981, 8min); AIDS PSAs by Michael Balser, producer for Second Decade: PSAs by David Finley, Zachary Longboy, Michael Blaser and Mike MacDonald (1993, 4 x 30sec); Skin by Colin Campbell (1990, 14:50min); Got Away in the Dying Moments by Dennis Day, with Ian Middleton (1992, 4:30min); Another Man by Youth Against Monsterz (1998, 3min).
Sat 11 Mar, 9pm: Vtape presents When the Work Was New: Toronto New Work Shows 1984 and 1986. Program 2 – featuring Westinghouses by Jane Wright (1976, 4min); Absence by Su Rynard (1986, 5:30min); Dinner by Marnie Parell (1989, 4min); Freeze Frame by Susan Britton (1983, 2min); Say by Rodney Werden (1978, 3min); It Depends by Paulette Phillips (1984, 29:30min); Perils of Pedagogy by John Greyson (1984, 5min); Scannex Man by John Watt (1981, 6min); Pt. One Untitled by Jorge Lozano (1984, 6min); The Long Take by Gary Kibbins (1984, 7min); Up to Scratch by Craig Conde Berggold and Clive Robertson (1986, 5:30min).

Sun 12 Mar, 12noon: Eyes of the Wise – featuring Pure Virtue by Tanya Mars (1985, 16:30min); Passion: A Letter in 16mm by Patricia Rozema (1985, 28min); Private Eyes by Lisa Steele and Kim Tomczak (1987, 18:29min); There Is in Power... Seduction by Annette Mangaard (1985, 5min); At 99: Portrait of Tandy Murch by Deepa Mehta (1975, 24min).
Sun 12 Mar, 2pm: CFMDC Presents: Geographies of Self and City – featuring Speakbody by Kay Armatage (1980, 8min); Cityscape by Wendy Rowland, Darlene Pratt and Angela Sigsworth (1988, 10min); From Nevis to by Christene Brown (1987, 7min); All Flesh is Grass by Susan Oxtoby (1988, 15min); The Bird That Chirped on Bathurst by Midi Onodera (1981, 3:40min); Mine's Bedlam by Carl Brown (1980, 8min); Now, Yours by Mike Hoolboom (1982, 10min); Stop Darlington by Robert Kennedy and Cal Woodruff (1987, 4min); Waterworx (A Clear Day and No Memories) by Rick Hancox (1982, 5:32min).
Sun 12 Mar, 4pm: Performance – featuring Television's Human Nature by Tom Sherman (1977, 28min); Tango by Susan Britton (1976, 12min); Performance (Untitled) by Tom Dean (1974, 18:30min); Lily Eng, Solo Improvisation, Documenta 6 by Missing Associates, Lily Eng and Peter Dudar (1977, 12:27min); The Myth of the Fishes by Rhonda Abrams (1985, 7:30min); Making a Scene by Martha Davis (1984).
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
As part of the Toronto Light Festival occurring at the Distillery District, the Thompson Landry Gallery is taking a portion of its Cooperage Space to celebrate the use of light and shadow in the luminous works of Laurence Nerbonne and Ognian Zekoff.
Joining our talented roster of Quebec artists, Thompson Landry is proud to introduce the sculptural works of brother and sister team, White et White. [...]. The remarkable duo's bronze figures are all inspired by the beauty of nature and the fragility of our planet's ecosystems ... more
From Jan 27 through Mar 12, as part of the Toronto Light Festival occurring at the Distillery District, the Thompson Landry Gallery is taking a portion of its Cooperage Space to celebrate the use of light and shadow in the luminous works of Laurence Nerbonne and Ognian Zekoff.
Joining our talented roster of Quebec artists, Thompson Landry is proud to introduce the sculptural works of brother and sister team, White et White. Working together as one creative entity, White et White's conceptions are the product of two basic premises: water is the source of all life and water is its peril. The remarkable duo's bronze figures are all inspired by the beauty of nature and the fragility of our planet's ecosystems. Not intended for passive observation, White et White's three-dimensional renderings are meant to be interactive. Utilizing the communicative techniques of realism and metaphor, each work encourages the viewer to participate in a moment of inquiry and reflection.
Thompson Landry Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Dana Green: First Solo Show ... more
Dana Green: First Solo Show.
Gerrard Art Space (GAS) (T.O. Central)
final day of exhibition
Illusion of Process. Marvin Luvualu Antonio, Miles Collyer, Maggie Groat. It seems as though we are surrounded by a never-ending construction site. Not only is the city in a constant of building and re-building, but also the artists who inhabit it. While Maggie Groat, Miles Collyer, and Marvin Luvualu Antonio's work draws upon different sources and techniques – from actual concrete to the concretization of concepts and beliefs, for instance – their work does share a strategy. Even if it is an illusion of process, all draw upon the construction site [...] in order to mine the site's philosophical potential, liberating it from the profane cycle of the commodity and inventing it anew on its (and their) own terms. The so-called stasis of their finished work in the gallery reminds us that permanence is always ... impermanent ... more
Illusion of Process. Marvin Luvualu Antonio, Miles Collyer, Maggie Groat.
It seems as though we are surrounded by a never-ending construction site. Not only is the city in a constant of building and re-building, but also the artists who inhabit it.
While Maggie Groat, Miles Collyer, and Marvin Luvualu Antonio's work draws upon different sources and techniques – from actual concrete to the concretization of concepts and beliefs, for instance – their work does share a strategy. Even if it is an illusion of process, all draw upon the construction site (the rebar and concrete of Miles, the chain and brick of Marvin, the detritus of cultural-products past of Maggie) in order to mine the site's philosophical potential, liberating it from the profane cycle of the commodity and inventing it anew on its (and their) own terms. The so-called stasis of their finished work in the gallery reminds us that permanence is always ... impermanent.
In this exhibition, as in the artists' work, the abstract collection of matter and objects is transformed through use and proximity, articulating the complexities of built space and the never-ending construction of meaning. Political discourse is inherent in all of these artists' work without the articulation of overt narratives, allowing the power of the conditional material to do the heavy lifting.
Get on the the Performance Busbefore it stops! 2017 marks the last year of the Performance Bus as we usher in a new era with the AGYU Subway opening early 2018. For the 3rd-last iteration of this 14-year-long project, we welcome writer and philosopher Kevin Temple as host. Temple treats riders to a performative critique of Graham Harman's Object Oriented Ontology (OOO). In fact, Kevin maintains that Harman's philosophy is better understood as performance art – that Harman is secretly an artist performing the role of philosopher as an art practice. For Kevin, the only answer to Harman's seamless, decade-long philosophical charade is to risk a performance of his own, as an art critic. The FREE Performance Bus departs OCADU (100 McCaul Street) at 6pm sharp on Thur 19 Jan, en route to the exhibition opening of Illusion of Process, and the performance Death is a Tunnel by Marvin Luvualu Antonio at 7:30pm, and returns downtown at 9pm.
Art Gallery of York University (AGYU) (T.O. Greater)
opening reception 1-4pm
Joseph Flasko – mixed media.
Louisa Lau – acrylic on paper ... more
Joseph Flasko – mixed media.
Louisa Lau – acrylic on paper.
Cedar Ridge Gallery (T.O. Greater)
artist talk & curator's tour 1pm
Artist talk by Nam Phi Dang, and curator's tour of spring exhibitions: Ken Lum: A Matter of Life and Death and Nam Phi Dang: Somewhere Else ... more
Artist talk by Nam Phi Dang, and curator's tour of spring exhibitions: Ken Lum: A Matter of Life and Death and Nam Phi Dang: Somewhere Else.
Art Gallery of Mississauga (T.O. Environs)
opening reception 2-4pm
Our Cosmic Geometries: Images from the Two Worlds: Lesczek Wyczolkowski and Dermot Wilson. "The artists have worked in their studios to create art that will allow gallery viewers to see the world around them and within them as concentric spherical layers, each layer feeding and sending information on to the next. ... more
Our Cosmic Geometries: Images from the Two Worlds: Lesczek Wyczolkowski and Dermot Wilson. "The artists have worked in their studios to create art that will allow gallery viewers to see the world around them and within them as concentric spherical layers, each layer feeding and sending information on to the next."
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington (T.O. Environs)
final day of exhibition, Main Gallery
New paintings and collages by Fuad Hamdi ... more
New paintings and collages by Fuad Hamdi.
Gallery on the Bay (since 1995) (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition, Studio Gallery
Paintings, prints, sculpture by gallery artists ... more
Paintings, prints, sculpture by gallery artists.
Gallery on the Bay (since 1995) (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
In Every Direction: Jessica Hein, Sylvia Matas. Jessica Hein and Sylvia Matas explore the crossover between psychological landscapes and the natural environment with works on paper that evoke the Earth's topography and meteorological systems ... more
In Every Direction: Jessica Hein, Sylvia Matas.
Jessica Hein and Sylvia Matas explore the crossover between psychological landscapes and the natural environment with works on paper that evoke the Earth's topography and meteorological systems.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
final day of exhibition
Masterpiece in Focus: The Advent of Abstraction: Russia, 1914-1923 ... more
Masterpiece in Focus: The Advent of Abstraction: Russia, 1914-1923.
National Gallery of Canada (Ontario East)
special needs family art program 11am-3pm
Accessible Workshop.
Spring Break! Enjoy the colourful sights and calming sounds of the season with a tour of the McMichael. Head into the studio to make one-of-a-kind works of art inspired by spring. Reservation required. http://bit.ly/1RlmBS2 ... more
Accessible Workshop.
These family workshops, designed specifically for children with special needs, take full advantage of the McMichael's grounds and combine outdoor discover walks, studio activities, dramatic play, and social engagement to accommodate the various skill and ability levels of participants. Registration must be completed at least one week prior to the start of the program. Parents and/or caregivers must accompany the child for the duration of the program.
Mar 12: Spring Break! Enjoy the colourful sights and calming sounds of the season with a tour of the McMichael. Head into the studio to make one-of-a-kind works of art inspired by spring. Reservation required. http://bit.ly/1RlmBS2.
McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Community Courses)
family activities 11am-3pm
March Break Madness Family Sunday. Kick off your March Break with fun-filled family tours, art workshops and more. Hike nature trails to discover treasures at the McMichael, and play "I Spy" with others on the grounds! #IspyMcMichael. FREE with gallery admission ... more
March Break Madness Family Sunday.
Kick off your March Break with fun-filled family tours, art workshops and more. Hike nature trails to discover treasures at the McMichael, and play "I Spy" with others on the grounds! #IspyMcMichael. FREE with gallery admission.
McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Community Courses)
artwork drop-off day
The Printmaking Show.
Exhibition dates: Mar 15-Apr 2, 2017 | reception Sat 18 Mar, 3-6pm.
Artwork drop-off day: Sun 12 Mar, 4-7pm.
$25 members / $45 non-members for maximum 4 pieces per artist.
Maximum size: approx. 24" x 24" each.
Please send an email to gerrardartspace@gmail.com for submission forms ... more
The Printmaking Show.
Exhibition dates: Mar 15-Apr 2, 2017 | reception Sat 18 Mar, 3-6pm.
Artwork drop-off day: Sun 12 Mar, 4-7pm.
$25 members / $45 non-members for maximum 4 pieces per artist.
Maximum size: approx. 24" x 24" each.
Please send an email to gerrardartspace@gmail.com for submission forms.
Gerrard Art Space (GAS) (Calls for Artists)
closing day
We welcome submissions from artists wishing to exhibit work in our gallery. Send submissions to visionsgallery.leslieville@gmail.com, attaching a brief resume, artist statement and not more than 5 representative images of your work (maximum 500 kb per image). Please include a list showing title, medium and size of each work. Visit www.visionscontemporaryart.com for more information ... more
We welcome submissions from artists wishing to exhibit work in our gallery. Send submissions to visionsgallery.leslieville@gmail.com, attaching a brief resume, artist statement and not more than 5 representative images of your work (maximum 500 kb per image). Please include a list showing title, medium and size of each work. Visit www.visionscontemporaryart.com for more information.
Visions Gallery (Calls for Artists)