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Wednesday, June 28th, 2017 (events found - 14)

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AGO FREE Wednesday Nights. A longstanding tradition at the AGO – FREE admission to our collection galleries every Wednesday 6-9pm. To avoid queues, arrive after 6pm and refrain from bringing backpacks ... more
AGO FREE Wednesday Nights. A longstanding tradition at the AGO – FREE admission to our collection galleries every Wednesday 6-9pm. To avoid queues, arrive after 6pm and refrain from bringing backpacks.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
opening night preview 6pm
Rita Letendre: Fire and Light. Co-curated by Wanda Nanibush and Georgiana Uhlyarik of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Features nearly 35 large-scale paintings. Critically acclaimed Rita Letendre is one of the most eminent living abstract artists. Her painting career began in Montreal in the 1950s, when she associated with Quebec's prominent abstract artist groups Les Automatistes and Les Plasticiens. Often the sole female artist in their group shows, she broke away from their approach to painting, finding it restrictive. Seeking to express the full energy of life and harness in her powerful gestures an intense spiritual force, Letendre worked with various materials including oils, pastels, acrylics, using her hands, palette knife, brushes and uniquely the airbrush, which she began using in 1971. This is the first major museum retrospective of Letendre's work to originate outside Quebec ... more
Rita Letendre: Fire and Light.
Co-curated by Wanda Nanibush and Georgiana Uhlyarik of the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Features nearly 35 large-scale paintings. Critically acclaimed Rita Letendre is one of the most eminent living abstract artists. Her painting career began in Montreal in the 1950s, when she associated with Quebec's prominent abstract artist groups Les Automatistes and Les Plasticiens. Often the sole female artist in their group shows, she broke away from their approach to painting, finding it restrictive. Seeking to express the full energy of life and harness in her powerful gestures an intense spiritual force, Letendre worked with various materials including oils, pastels, acrylics, using her hands, palette knife, brushes and uniquely the airbrush, which she began using in 1971.
This is the first major museum retrospective of Letendre's work to originate outside Quebec.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
opening night preview 6pm (see Jul 5 for curator & artists in conversation)
Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood. Curated by Andrew Hunter with a team of invited local artists, activists and educators including Anique Jordan and Quill Christie. This summer the AGO marks Canada's 150th birthday with a dynamic contemporary exhibition that critically explores three urgent questions through the eyes of some of the country's best emerging and established artists: where has Canada come from, what is it now, and where is it going? The multimedia installation features 33 artists from across Canada, including Gu Xiong and Yu Gu, Robert Houle, Meryl McMaster, Seth, Esmaa Mohamoud, Ed Pien, Shuvinai Ashoona, Camille Turner, Camal Pirbhai, Barry Ace, Rosalie Favell, Michael Belmore, Lisa Hirmer, Charmaine Lurch, Syrus Marcus Ware, among many others. The artworks featured engage with a broad range of cultural, traditional, spiritual and land-based stories, bringing together both the familiar and the unexpected with strong Indigenous voices running throughout. This exhibition is generously supported by Ontario 150 ... more
Every. Now. Then: Reframing Nationhood.
Curated by Andrew Hunter with a team of invited local artists, activists and educators including Anique Jordan and Quill Christie.
This summer the AGO marks Canada's 150th birthday with a dynamic contemporary exhibition that critically explores three urgent questions through the eyes of some of the country's best emerging and established artists: where has Canada come from, what is it now, and where is it going? The multimedia installation features 33 artists from across Canada, including Gu Xiong and Yu Gu, Robert Houle, Meryl McMaster, Seth, Esmaa Mohamoud, Ed Pien, Shuvinai Ashoona, Camille Turner, Camal Pirbhai, Barry Ace, Rosalie Favell, Michael Belmore, Lisa Hirmer, Charmaine Lurch, Syrus Marcus Ware, among many others. The artworks featured engage with a broad range of cultural, traditional, spiritual and land-based stories, bringing together both the familiar and the unexpected with strong Indigenous voices running throughout.
This exhibition is generously supported by Ontario 150.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
opening
Alondra Ruiz Hernandez: Stitching Time. South Gallery. "This work embodies the passage of time. I approach photography the way I approach a painting. The exposures, the figures, and the background or the landscape are manipulated to create an image that wasn't there by rearranging the elements. Every detail has been organized and chosen. I intended for the subtleties of unfamiliarity to draw curiosity in the observer" ... more
Alondra Ruiz Hernandez: Stitching Time. South Gallery.
"This work embodies the passage of time. I approach photography the way I approach a painting. The exposures, the figures, and the background or the landscape are manipulated to create an image that wasn't there by rearranging the elements. Every detail has been organized and chosen. I intended for the subtleties of unfamiliarity to draw curiosity in the observer."
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
opening 6:30-9pm
Barry Coombs: Recent Paintings. North Gallery. A solo exhibition of Modernist-influenced acrylics and goauches by Barry Coombs ... more
Barry Coombs: Recent Paintings. North Gallery. A solo exhibition of Modernist-influenced acrylics and goauches by Barry Coombs.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
centre open late
Ryerson Image Centre is open late every Wednesday, until 8pm, and admission is always FREE! ... more
Ryerson Image Centre is open late every Wednesday, until 8pm, and admission is always FREE!
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
first day (see Jun 29 for reception)
The 506 Show – open call, non-juried group show. (See Calls for Artists – click here) ... more
The 506 Show – open call, non-juried group show. (See Calls for Artists – click here).
Gerrard Art Space (GAS) (T.O. Central)
public reception 7-9pm
Collectively Inspired. A celebration of creativity, this show features artwork in a wide range of media, including painting, printmaking, textile arts and calligraphy. Neilson Park Creative Centre proudly presents work from members and artists from the six resident art groups: Etobicoke Quilters Guild, Humber Valley Art Club, Etobicoke Handweavers & Spinners, Etobicoke Rugcrafters, Etobicoke Art Group, and Calligraphic Arts Guild of Toronto ... more
Collectively Inspired. A celebration of creativity, this show features artwork in a wide range of media, including painting, printmaking, textile arts and calligraphy. Neilson Park Creative Centre proudly presents work from members and artists from the six resident art groups: Etobicoke Quilters Guild, Humber Valley Art Club, Etobicoke Handweavers & Spinners, Etobicoke Rugcrafters, Etobicoke Art Group, and Calligraphic Arts Guild of Toronto.
Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery (T.O. Greater)
first day
Behind the Scene: The 19th-Century Studio Reimagined ... more
Behind the Scene: The 19th-Century Studio Reimagined.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
first day
Kenojuak Ashevak & Tim Pitsiulak: Drawing Life ... more
Kenojuak Ashevak & Tim Pitsiulak: Drawing Life.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
first day
Carving Home: The Chedoke Collection of Inuit Art ... more
Carving Home: The Chedoke Collection of Inuit Art.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
first day
Barry Pottle: The Awareness Series ... more
Barry Pottle: The Awareness Series.
Art Gallery of Hamilton (Ontario South-West)
workshop 6-9pm
Beginners Beading with Emma Smith. Beads have always been an important aspect of Indigenous culture. They represent our connection to Mother Earth as they are made up of materials that came from her. Rocks, bones, and shells were often hand carved, an art form in itself, into beads to adorn clothing. This workshop is designed to explore the contemporary use of beading in Indigenous communities and provide a lesson on the basic steps of beading.
$45 (+HST) per person.
Download the registration form online – http://bit.ly/2sZD36O ... more
Beginners Beading with Emma Smith. Beads have always been an important aspect of Indigenous culture. They represent our connection to Mother Earth as they are made up of materials that came from her. Rocks, bones, and shells were often hand carved, an art form in itself, into beads to adorn clothing. This workshop is designed to explore the contemporary use of beading in Indigenous communities and provide a lesson on the basic steps of beading.
$45 (+HST) per person.
Download the registration form online – http://bit.ly/2sZD36O.
Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery (CCGG) (Community Courses)
deadline day
The Art of Politics | Deadline: Wed 28 Jun 2017 @ 11pm. Politics is everywhere – The personal is political at the dining table, in the playground, on television, or at the water cooler, in the theatre, and the cinema, between countries, and between the sheets, from the pulpit, the throne or the soapbox, in dark corners, in a casual remark, or a stony silence. The Art of Politics will be a group exhibition that explores the motivating story behind the artist's work. Artists are invited submit work in any form or medium for exhibition July 19-30, 2017. This juried open call is open to all artists everywhere. We seek artwork from all political points of view ... more
The Art of Politics | Deadline: Wed 28 Jun 2017 @ 11pm.
Politics is everywhere – The personal is political at the dining table, in the playground, on television, or at the water cooler, in the theatre, and the cinema, between countries, and between the sheets, from the pulpit, the throne or the soapbox, in dark corners, in a casual remark, or a stony silence. The Art of Politics will be a group exhibition that explores the motivating story behind the artist's work. Artists are invited submit work in any form or medium for exhibition July 19-30, 2017. This juried open call is open to all artists everywhere. We seek artwork from all political points of view.
Visit here for more information on how to apply to Propeller open calls: http://bit.ly/2pNZM0F.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (Calls for Artists)