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Friday, June 30th, 2017 (events found - 15)

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final day of exhibition
at Jackman Humanities Institute: All This Time. Curated by Jaclyn Quaresma. Presented by the Art Museum, at JHI, 170 St. George Street, 10th Floor, University of Toronto. FREE. Mon-Fri 9am-4pm ... more
at Jackman Humanities Institute, 170 St. George Street, 10th Floor, University of Toronto. FREE. Mon-Fri 9am-5pm: All This Time.
Curated by Jaclyn Quaresma.
Organized for the Jackman Humanities Institute's 2016-17 research theme, Time, Rhythm and Pace, the exhibition All This Time brings together geologic samples and texts alongside artworks in diverse media by Carl Beam, Eric Cameron, Kelly Jazvac, Faith La Rocque, Micah Lexier, Ken Nicol, Tamiko Thiel, to consider multiple ways of thinking about and representing time. [...]. Including Canadian and international artists of diverse generations and cultural backgrounds, the exhibition tends to the marks and measures that pace the human experience of time, from the brevity of a minute to the passage of a day, from the duration of centuries to millennia, and from the languid rhythm of geologic, deep time to a possible future. It asks "How do we account for time?"
Art Museum University of Toronto (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
The Natural Order, with new works by Thaddeus Holownia. Part of Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival ... more
The Natural Order, with new works by Thaddeus Holownia. Part of Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival. In tandem with the exhibition opening: book launch for Icarus, Falling of Birds by Anchorage Press, with poet Harry Thurston in attendance.
Corkin Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
POSTURING: taking shape to play a part. "Posture is the shape that we adopt with our body," explorations through collage by Sae Kimura and deborah harris ... more
POSTURING: taking shape to play a part. "Posture is the shape that we adopt with our body," explorations through collage by Sae Kimura and deborah harris.
Gallery Arcturus (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Introducing newly represented artist Scott Sueme, and new works by gallery artists ... more
Introducing newly represented artist Scott Sueme, and new works by gallery artists.
Mayberry Fine Art (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
SPACE: Francisco-Fernando Granados ... more
SPACE: Francisco-Fernando Granados.
Mercer Union (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Urban Gallery presents our June 2017 group show: Proud Art celebrates Toronto Pride 2017 with the work of four artists in various media including paintings in acrylic on canvas, digital ink and coloured pencil on paper and canvas, to digital prints on canvas and woodblock.
Hank Blondeau
is a former digital producer reborn as an artist. He teaches part-time at Centennial College and lives and works in Toronto – though his imagination takes him regularly to many other places.
"The world we inhabit is changing so quickly, it is hard to grasp what the lives of the generation before ours went through, never mind what the generations to come will face. Through my work, I explore what these divides mean to us as individuals, our society and to our collective future."
Jeffrey Mason.
U.S. immigrant
A giant and an artist
Drawing mostly cats.
Eugene Nam is an Asian gay man who immigrated to Canada from South Korea 5 years ago. He likes to express his experiences, emotions, and personal philosophy through his work.
"Living in Toronto has been my dream since when I was 16. I feel that Toronto has afforded me a safe space to be who I am and an opportunity to explore both my creative and intellectual sides. I am happy to call Toronto my home. I strive to live my life fearlessly."
Barbara Zumer loves words, creative writing and making a statement. She has worked as a producer in television commercial production for over 20 years both internationally and nationally ... more
Urban Gallery presents our June 2017 group show: Proud Art celebrates Toronto Pride 2017 with the work of four artists in various media including paintings in acrylic on canvas, digital ink and coloured pencil on paper and canvas, to digital prints on canvas and woodblock. Artists: Hank Blondeau, Jeffrey Mason, Barbara Zumer, Eugene Nam.

Hank Blondeau is a former digital producer reborn as an artist. He teaches part-time at Centennial College and lives and works in Toronto – though his imagination takes him regularly to many other places.
"The world we inhabit is changing so quickly, it is hard to grasp what the lives of the generation before ours went through, never mind what the generations to come will face. Through my work, I explore what these divides mean to us as individuals, our society and to our collective future."

Jeffrey Mason.
U.S. immigrant
A giant and an artist
Drawing mostly cats.

Eugene Nam is an Asian gay man who immigrated to Canada from South Korea 5 years ago. He likes to express his experiences, emotions, and personal philosophy through his work.
"Living in Toronto has been my dream since when I was 16. I feel that Toronto has afforded me a safe space to be who I am and an opportunity to explore both my creative and intellectual sides. I am happy to call Toronto my home. I strive to live my life fearlessly."

Barbara Zumer loves words, creative writing and making a statement. She has worked as a producer in television commercial production for over 20 years both internationally and nationally.
Urban Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
The Idea of Summer. Paintings by Brigitte Nowak. A portion of proceeds will be jointly donated by the artist and the Gallery to Project Canoe, which supports youth facing barriers. One of Project Canoe's initiatives provides young people with wilderness canoe experiences. "Summer is such a powerful idea," noted Tim Richardson, Executive Director of Project Canoe. "We use the outdoors extensively for young people who face economic, social and mental health barriers, and we are thrilled to be part of this fundraising initiative, especially for our 40th anniversary". "Trying to capture the essence of summer, in paint, has been a joy and a challenge", said artist Brigitte Nowak. "My last solo exhibition included only canoes, but summer means that, and more to me, and I really wanted to explore that idea." Janet DiBernardo, co-owner of Latitude 44 Gallery, noted, "We have represented Brigitte Nowak for more than 10 years, and her work is always interesting and engaging. As well, we always welcome the opportunity to give back to the community, and this is a wonderful chance to combine beautiful paintings with a worthwhile cause" ... more
The Idea of Summer. Paintings by Brigitte Nowak.
A portion of proceeds will be jointly donated by the artist and the Gallery to Project Canoe, which supports youth facing barriers. One of Project Canoe's initiatives provides young people with wilderness canoe experiences. "Summer is such a powerful idea," noted Tim Richardson, Executive Director of Project Canoe. "We use the outdoors extensively for young people who face economic, social and mental health barriers, and we are thrilled to be part of this fundraising initiative, especially for our 40th anniversary".
"Trying to capture the essence of summer, in paint, has been a joy and a challenge", said artist Brigitte Nowak. "My last solo exhibition included only canoes, but summer means that, and more to me, and I really wanted to explore that idea."
Janet DiBernardo, co-owner of Latitude 44 Gallery, noted, "We have represented Brigitte Nowak for more than 10 years, and her work is always interesting and engaging. As well, we always welcome the opportunity to give back to the community, and this is a wonderful chance to combine beautiful paintings with a worthwhile cause."
Brigitte Nowak's work is included in private and corporate collections, and has won awards in both Canada and the U.S. She is represented by several commercial galleries in Ontario and has also had two public gallery shows.
Latitude 44 Gallery (T.O. Central)
final day of exhibition (Town Hall, 40 Temperance Street, Bowmanville)
Dianne Darch (Main Gallery) ... more
Dianne Darch (Main Gallery).
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington (T.O. Environs)
final day of exhibition (Town Hall, 40 Temperance Street, Bowmanville)
Ed Dwernychuk (Showcase) ... more
Ed Dwernychuk (Showcase).
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington (T.O. Environs)
gallery open late
On the last Friday of each month, the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery stays open until 9pm. Visit our exhibition, Cultural Topographies: The Complexities of History and Identity in Canada, and shop in our Gallery Shop! On Final Fridays, everyone is invited to explore the arts and the cuisine of the City of Waterloo's core. Each Final Friday has something new to experience in uptown Waterloo! ... more
On the last Friday of each month, the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery stays open until 9pm. Visit our exhibition, Cultural Topographies: The Complexities of History and Identity in Canada, and shop in our Gallery Shop! On Final Fridays, everyone is invited to explore the arts and the cuisine of the City of Waterloo's core. Each Final Friday has something new to experience in uptown Waterloo!
Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery (Ontario South-West)
special programming 4:30-10pm
Pumphouse Art Activity @ Holiday Weekend Family Fun. Visit us at Centennial Sports Park, Virgil, for sesquicentennial celebrations, a family-friendly art activity and much more! ... more
Pumphouse Art Activity @ Holiday Weekend Family Fun. Visit us at Centennial Sports Park, Virgil, for sesquicentennial celebrations, a family-friendly art activity and much more!
Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
At renann isaacs contemporary art, Sea Change by Cheryl Ruddock. Taking its title from an idiom for profound transformation, this series of new paintings draws on Ruddock's lifelong relationship with the Canadian landscape. Evening with the artist: TBA ... more
At renann isaacs contemporary art, Sea Change by Cheryl Ruddock. Taking its title from an idiom for profound transformation, this series of new paintings draws on Ruddock's lifelong relationship with the Canadian landscape. Evening with the artist: TBA.
Renann Isaacs Contemporary Art (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
Roberta Bondar: Windows onto the Wild ... more
Roberta Bondar: Windows onto the Wild.
Woodstock Art Gallery (Ontario South-West)
first day (see Jul 6 for reception)
Jaime Angelopoulos: Act Naturally. Act Naturally pairs selected drawings with a major outdoor sculpture by Toronto artist Jaime Angelopoulos. Allusions to bodies, behaviours and states of consciousness are revealed, with striking combinations of line and colour illustrating a profound empathy that is the very core of the artist's work ... more
Jaime Angelopoulos: Act Naturally.
Act Naturally pairs selected drawings with a major outdoor sculpture by Toronto artist Jaime Angelopoulos. Allusions to bodies, behaviours and states of consciousness are revealed, with striking combinations of line and colour illustrating a profound empathy that is the very core of the artist's work.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
life drawing / painting
To Jun 30: Open Life Drawing / Painting (without instruction) is held Monday & Friday evenings, 6-9pm weekly. From Jul 6: Monday & Thursday evenings, 6-9pm weekly. $15 or a 5-session pass for $60 ... more
To Jun 30: Open Life Drawing / Painting (without instruction) is held Monday & Friday evenings, 6-9pm weekly. From Jul 6: Monday & Thursday evenings, 6-9pm weekly. $15 or a 5-session pass for $60.
Toronto School of Art (Art Schools)