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Sunday, July 30th, 2017 (events found - 14)

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final day of exhibition
Georgia O'Keeffe. Curated by Tanya Barson and Hannah Johnston of Tate Modern. The Toronto installation of Georgia O'Keeffe is led by the AGO's Georgiana Uhlyarik. Georgia O'Keeffe marks the first full retrospective of this pioneering American modernist to be shown in Canada ... more
Georgia O'Keeffe.
Curated by Tanya Barson, Curator, Tate Modern with Hannah Johnston, Assistant Curator, Tate Modern. The Toronto installation of Georgia O'Keeffe is led by the AGO's Georgiana Uhlyarik, Associate Curator, Canadian Art.
Opening in Toronto on April 22, Georgia O'Keeffe marks the first full retrospective of this pioneering American modernist to be shown in Canada. Featuring over 80 paintings, including Jimson Weed (1936), Oriental Poppies (1927), and From the Faraway, Nearby (1937), this exhibition surveys her entire career and highlights her engagement with modernist photography and her trajectory west, opening with the moment of her first showings at the 291 gallery in New York in 1916 and 1917.
Organized by Tate Modern in collaboration with the AGO and the Bank Austria Kunstforum, Vienna, Georgia O'Keeffe will make its only North American stop in Toronto this spring.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
In Project Space gallery: selected paintings by Françoise Sullivan ... more
In our Project Space gallery, we have on display selected paintings by Françoise Sullivan.
Corkin Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
The Art of Politics. [...]. Featuring works from Shabnam Afrand, Mike Callaghan, Brian Deignan, Paul Elia, Elham Fatapour, Phyllis Gordon, David Griffin, Philip Hare, Elsa Hashemi, Gita Karklins, Vanessa Le Page, Fiona Legg, Helen Melbourne, Justin Mencel, Robert Quance, Angela Plesa, Hana Schweighardt, Audrey Smith, Janice Turner, Dragica Vidakovic, Andres Vosu, Jack Wayne, Michael Zaharuk ... more
The Art of Politics.
The personal is political at the dining table, in the playground, on television or at the watercooler, 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 is a juried group exhibition that explores the motivating story behind the artist's work.
Featuring works from Shabnam Afrand, Mike Callaghan, Brian Deignan, Paul Elia, Elham Fatapour, Phyllis Gordon, David Griffin, Philip Hare, Elsa Hashemi, Gita Karklins, Vanessa Le Page, Fiona Legg, Helen Melbourne, Justin Mencel, Robert Quance, Angela Plesa, Hana Schweighardt, Audrey Smith, Janice Turner, Dragica Vidakovic, Andres Vosu, Jack Wayne, Michael Zaharuk.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Canada 150 group show of Canadian artists exhibiting Canadian themed 12 x 12” art pieces in a variety of mediums in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday ... more
Canada 150 group show of Canadian artists exhibiting Canadian themed 12 x 12” art pieces in a variety of mediums in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday.
Blue Crow Gallery (T.O. Central)
final day of exhibition
The Home Show – open call, non-juried group show. With works by Susan Aaron, Emmanuel Albano, Dyvie Aquino, Dana Green, Lynda B. Hattin, Carolina Reis, Matt Wood, Bernadette Wycks ... more
The Home Show – open call, non-juried group show. With works by Susan Aaron, Emmanuel Albano, Dyvie Aquino, Dana Green, Lynda B. Hattin, Carolina Reis, Matt Wood, Bernadette Wycks.
Gerrard Art Space (GAS) (T.O. Central)
final day of exhibition
Feels like home, paintings by Thomas Cartwright. Born in Toronto and living in South Africa, Thomas Cartwright currently explores themes of displacement and resettlement in his works. Feels like home is an exhibition of paintings, drawn from the personal photo archives of immigrants, refugees and other itinerants, about leaving home and the challenges and rewards of creating a new home ... more
Feels like home, paintings by Thomas Cartwright.
Born in Toronto and living in South Africa, Thomas Cartwright currently explores themes of displacement and resettlement in his works. Feels like home is an exhibition of paintings, drawn from the personal photo archives of immigrants, refugees and other itinerants, about leaving home and the challenges and rewards of creating a new home.
Rectory Gallery & Cafe (T.O. Central)
artist talk / tour 2pm
Artist talk & tour with William Hodge, in conjunction with his exhibition A Life Inspired ... more
Artist talk & tour with William Hodge, in conjunction with his exhibition A Life Inspired.
Art Gallery of Burlington (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
Double Exposure, archival and contemporary photographs. A joint exhibition between the Carnegie Gallery, Dundas Museum & Archives and Dundas Valley School of Art ... more
Double Exposure, archival and contemporary photographs. A joint exhibition between the Carnegie Gallery, Dundas Museum & Archives and Dundas Valley School of Art.
Carnegie Gallery (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
Florin Hategan, Works on Paper ... more
Florin Hategan, Works on Paper.
Carnegie Gallery (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
Peter Adams: Earth Scar Series, paintings ... more
Peter Adams: Earth Scar Series, paintings.
Carnegie Gallery (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
The Forest and the Trees. Duane Nickerson, Liz Menard & Floyd Elzinga ... more
The Forest and the Trees.
Duane Nickerson, Liz Menard & Floyd Elzinga
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Grimsby Public Art Gallery (Ontario South-West)
tour 2-3pm
Walk the Talk: Gallery Tour. Take a tour of our current exhibitions with an Artist Educator – a great way to learn more about the artwork, ask questions, share your thoughts and ideas, and meet other art lovers. Exhibitions currently on view for our 30 Jul tour include Joseph Tisiga, IBC: They say he hit them with his gloves, April Hickox: Index: Works from the Permanent Collection, and Making Shade: Selections from the Permanent Collection. Participation in Walk the Talk: Gallery Tour is FREE of charge thanks to the support of the Gamble Family ... more
Walk the Talk: Gallery Tour. Take a tour of our current exhibitions with an Artist Educator – a great way to learn more about the artwork, ask questions, share your thoughts and ideas, and meet other art lovers. Exhibitions currently on view for our 30 Jul tour include Joseph Tisiga, IBC: They say he hit them with his gloves, April Hickox: Index: Works from the Permanent Collection, and Making Shade: Selections from the Permanent Collection. Participation in Walk the Talk: Gallery Tour is FREE of charge thanks to the support of the Gamble Family.
Kitchener | Waterloo Art Gallery (Ontario South-West)
final day of exhibition
Members' & Students' Show. The artworks in our Members' & Students' Show range in media, subject matter and scale but reflect the variety of classes offered at the Pumphouse and the originality of the Pumphouse members and students ... more
Members' & Students' Show. The artworks in our Members' & Students' Show range in media, subject matter and scale but reflect the variety of classes offered at the Pumphouse and the originality of the Pumphouse members and students.
Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre (Ontario South-West)
deadline day
The Puppet Show.
Exhibition dates: Aug 2-20, 2017 | reception Thur 3 Aug, 6-9pm.
Artwork drop-off day: Sun 30 Jul, 4-7pm.
Puppets are believed to have originated about 3000 years ago. They have been used in theatre, in ceremonies, rituals and in celebrations in different cultures around the world. From ritualistic dramas in secret societies in Africa to Japanese bunraku puppetry and Vietnam's water puppetry to medieval Italy's morality plays, puppetry has a rich and ancient history in different human cultures.
$25 members / $45 non-members.
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 Puppet Show.
Exhibition dates: Aug 2-20, 2017 | reception Thur 3 Aug, 6-9pm.
Artwork drop-off day: Sun 30 Jul, 4-7pm.
Puppets are believed to have originated about 3000 years ago. They have been used in theatre, in ceremonies, rituals and in celebrations in different cultures around the world. From ritualistic dramas in secret societies in Africa to Japanese bunraku puppetry and Vietnam's water puppetry to medieval Italy's morality plays, puppetry has a rich and ancient history in different human cultures.
$25 members / $45 non-members.
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)