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Friday, May 19th, 2017 (events found - 6)

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screening 7pm
Screening. Triumphs and Laments, 2016, 1hr. 7min. Directed by Giovanni Troilo, Triumphs and Laments documents one of William Kentridge's most ambitions projects: a colossal 550-meter-long frieze along the banks of the Tiber River in Rome. In Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario. $10 members | $12 public | $8 students. http://bit.ly/2pdOMZz ... more
Screening. Triumphs and Laments, 2016, 1hr. 7min. Directed by Giovanni Troilo, Triumphs and Laments documents one of William Kentridge's most ambitions projects: a colossal 550-meter-long frieze along the banks of the Tiber River in Rome. In Jackman Hall, Art Gallery of Ontario. $10 members | $12 public | $8 students. http://bit.ly/2pdOMZz.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
live music 8:30pm
Music @ GAS! Eastside Confectionary Records presents The Del Fi's with special guest Eric & The Soo ... more
Music @ GAS! Eastside Confectionary Records presents The Del Fi's with special guest Eric & The Soo.
Gerrard Art Space (GAS) (T.O. Central)
reception for the artist 7-10pm, with live jazz by Nick Deutsch (piano) and Henry Strong (bass), Main Gallery
Hills, Streams and Oceans, new paintings by Barry Hodgson ... more
Hills, Streams and Oceans, new paintings by Barry Hodgson.
Gallery on the Bay (since 1995) (Ontario South-West)
first day, 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, Main Space
Groundwork – paintings and prints by Nicole Emond, Sonya Fesiak, Kaitlin Groat, Alison Kruse, Emma White. The Union Gallery is delighted to present Groundwork, a juried exhibition from Queen's University's 4th-year Bachelor of Fine Art candidates. Asking how we learn through art, this exhibition explores arts-based inquiry through an engagement with diverse themes and fields including psychology and environmental studies. Employing a variety of processes, the artists in Groundwork offer new ways of seeing and understanding the world around us through a practice of knowledge that is not only reflective by generative ... more
Groundwork – paintings and prints by Nicole Emond, Sonya Fesiak, Kaitlin Groat, Alison Kruse, Emma White. The Union Gallery is delighted to present Groundwork, a juried exhibition from Queen's University's 4th-year Bachelor of Fine Art candidates. Asking how we learn through art, this exhibition explores arts-based inquiry through an engagement with diverse themes and fields including psychology and environmental studies. Employing a variety of processes, the artists in Groundwork offer new ways of seeing and understanding the world around us through a practice of knowledge that is not only reflective by generative.
Union Gallery (Ontario East)
final day of exhibition, Project Room
Jeremy Kerr's Islands and The Woods use computer technology to generate an audio installation consisting of two soundscapes that are based on memories of places from the artist's past. Each soundscape incorporates a selection of personal field and studio recordings and sounds sourced from the Internet. Islands features a plethora of bird and frog calls gathered from locations as diverse as Barbados, Hawaii, Singapore and Japan. The Woods on the other hand features many environmental sounds gathered from colder locations such as Ontario, the United Kingdom and Russia, and includes coyotes, wolves and varying wind and snow sounds. The installation offers the visitor an ever-changing sonic rendering of the two environments ... more
Jeremy Kerr's Islands and The Woods use computer technology to generate an audio installation consisting of two soundscapes that are based on memories of places from the artist's past. Each soundscape incorporates a selection of personal field and studio recordings and sounds sourced from the Internet. Islands features a plethora of bird and frog calls gathered from locations as diverse as Barbados, Hawaii, Singapore and Japan. The Woods on the other hand features many environmental sounds gathered from colder locations such as Ontario, the United Kingdom and Russia, and includes coyotes, wolves and varying wind and snow sounds. The installation offers the visitor an ever-changing sonic rendering of the two environments.
Union Gallery (Ontario East)