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Wednesday, September 6th, 2017 (events found - 10)

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discussion 5:30pm; opening 6-9pm
Aimia | AGO Photography Prize 2017 Exhibition. Liz Johnson Artur, Raymond Boisjoly, Taisuke Koyama, Hank Willis Thomas ... more
Aimia | AGO Photography Prize 2017 Exhibition. Liz Johnson Artur, Raymond Boisjoly, Taisuke Koyama, Hank Willis Thomas.
Art Gallery of Ontario (T.O. Downtown)
opening reception 6-8pm, Hart House Quad
at University of Toronto Art Centre:
In Dialogue. Works by Raven Davis, Raymond Boisjoly, David Garneau, Carola Grahn, Native Art Department International (Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan), Nicole Kelly Westman, Duane Linklater, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Amy Malbeuf, Peter Morin, Nadia Myer, Krista Belle Stewart ... more
at University of Toronto Art Centre:
In Dialogue. Works by Raven Davis, Raymond Boisjoly, David Garneau, Carola Grahn, Native Art Department International (Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan), Nicole Kelly Westman, Duane Linklater, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Amy Malbeuf, Peter Morin, Nadia Myer, Krista Belle Stewart.
Art Museum at the University of Toronto (T.O. Downtown)
opening reception 6-8pm, Hart House Quad
at Justina M. Barnicke Gallery:
Far and Near: the Distance(s) between Us, curated by Henry Lu. Works by Alvis Choi aka Alvis Parley, Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Gu Xiong, Will Kwan, Ho Tam, Ken Lum, Morris Lum, Karen Tam, Chih-Chien Wang, Paul Wong, Winnie Wu ... more
at Justina M. Barnicke Gallery:
Far and Near: the Distance(s) between Us, curated by Henry Lu. Works by Alvis Choi aka Alvis Parley, Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Gu Xiong, Will Kwan, Ho Tam, Ken Lum, Morris Lum, Karen Tam, Chih-Chien Wang, Paul Wong, Winnie Wu.
Art Museum at the University of Toronto (T.O. Downtown)
opening reception 6-8pm, Hart House Quad
at University of Toronto Art Centre:
Making Models, curated by Yan Wu.
Works by Brady Peters and Mitchell Akiyama, CN Tower Liquidation, LAMAS, Lateral Office, Nestor Kruger and Yam Lau, Public Studio, studio junction, Terrarea, UUfie.
Model Proposals at University of Toronto Art Centre, Sep 6-Oct 7, 2017.
Model Installation at Sir Daniel Wilson Quad, University College, Sep 21-Nov 25, 2017 ... more
at University of Toronto Art Centre:
Making Models, curated by Yan Wu.
Works by Brady Peters and Mitchell Akiyama, CN Tower Liquidation, LAMAS, Lateral Office, Nestor Kruger and Yam Lau, Public Studio, studio junction, Terrarea, UUfie.
Model Proposals at University of Toronto Art Centre, Sep 6-Oct 7, 2017.
Model Installation at Sir Daniel Wilson Quad, University College, Sep 21-Nov 25, 2017.
Art Museum at the University of Toronto (T.O. Downtown)
first day
Spirit of Difficulty. The show is a collision of events and the pursuing difficulty of pluralism. It will be a collective dream sequence by the essences of Dada, sound art, and particulate waves of science-like things. Featuring David Griffin, Kristina Guison, Maxwell Hyett, Mehrnaz Rhobakhsh, Bremely Karthigesu, Zach Clark. Griffin offers EMIT: a Pataphysics of retreat, in which the artist creates a drawing that moves backwards in time ... more
Spirit of Difficulty. The show is a collision of events and the pursuing difficulty of pluralism. It will be a collective dream sequence by the essences of Dada, sound art, and particulate waves of science-like things. Featuring David Griffin, Kristina Guison, Maxwell Hyett, Mehrnaz Rhobakhsh, Bremely Karthigesu, Zach Clark. Griffin offers EMIT: a Pataphysics of retreat, in which the artist creates a drawing that moves backwards in time.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
opening reception 7-9pm
Generational Eye: a father daughter art exhibition, paintings by Colin Brodie and Paige Brodie ... more
Generational Eye: a father daughter art exhibition, paintings by Colin Brodie and Paige Brodie.
Rectory Gallery & Cafe (T.O. Central)
first day
SCA 49th International Open Juried Exhibition ... more
SCA 49th International Open Juried Exhibition.
Society of Canadian Artists (T.O. Central)
opening 6:30-9pm
Canadian Geographic Landscapes in Abstract David William Turner. Distinctive and colourful works highlighting shapes and patterns carved by rivers into the Canadian landscape ... more
Canadian Geographic Landscapes in Abstract David William Turner. Distinctive and colourful works highlighting shapes and patterns carved by rivers into the Canadian landscape.
Visions Gallery (T.O. Central)
first day
Practice What You Teach. Main Gallery. Practice What You Teach is an annual exhibition that provides a forum for teachers of Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board to show their art to the general public. This show allows teachers, who are also practicing artists, to share their love of the creative process by highlighting their own abilities and talents in a variety of media ... more
Practice What You Teach. Main Gallery. Practice What You Teach is an annual exhibition that provides a forum for teachers of Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board to show their art to the general public. This show allows teachers, who are also practicing artists, to share their love of the creative process by highlighting their own abilities and talents in a variety of media.
Beaux-Arts Galleries Brampton (T.O. Environs)
poetry reading 7-8pm
Join us for a FREE evening of poetry reading with artist and author Barbara-Helen Hill. Visitors to the recent Carnegie Gallery exhibition, ...since forever..., will recognize Ms. Hill's work, recently described by Hamilton Spectator art critic Regina Haggo as "thought-provoking" and "healing". Barbara-Helen Hill holds a BA in Native American Aesthetics – Creative Narrative, and a Master's Degree in American Studies from SUNY Buffalo. She is the author of Shaking the Rattle: Healing the Trauma of Colonization, and is a self-taught fabric and figurative artist ... more
Join us for a FREE evening of poetry reading with artist and author Barbara-Helen Hill. Visitors to the recent Carnegie Gallery exhibition, ...since forever..., will recognize Ms. Hill's work, recently described by Hamilton Spectator art critic Regina Haggo as "thought-provoking" and "healing". Barbara-Helen Hill holds a BA in Native American Aesthetics – Creative Narrative, and a Master's Degree in American Studies from SUNY Buffalo. She is the author of Shaking the Rattle: Healing the Trauma of Colonization, and is a self-taught fabric and figurative artist.
Carnegie Gallery (Ontario South-West)