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Wednesday, October 4th, 2017 (events found - 6)

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Women and Girls Love Justice | Jane Murdoch Adams & 14 guest artists. North Gallery. Astonished by the huge Women's Marches on Washington (& Toronto & the rest of the Western World), the artists celebrate women's ages-old fight for their human rights, and for social justice. The show is also about Jane's own history as a union organizer and activist for pay equity. www.janemurdochadams.com ... more
Women and Girls Love Justice | Jane Murdoch Adams & 14 guest artists. North Gallery. Astonished by the huge Women's Marches on Washington (& Toronto & the rest of the Western World), the artists celebrate women's ages-old fight for their human rights, and for social justice. The show is also about Jane's own history as a union organizer and activist for pay equity. www.janemurdochadams.com.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
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Abstract 6 18 | Group Exhibition. South Gallery. Featuring works from Donna Chudnow, Sandra Lambert, Linda L. Snowden, Kirsten Muenzberg, Lisa Rose, Selina Waxman. Six abstract artists. Eighteen paintings. Six diverse styles. One powerful visual impact ... more
Abstract 6 18 | Group Exhibition. South Gallery. Featuring works from Donna Chudnow, Sandra Lambert, Linda L. Snowden, Kirsten Muenzberg, Lisa Rose, Selina Waxman. Six abstract artists. Eighteen paintings. Six diverse styles. One powerful visual impact.
Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts (T.O. Downtown)
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In the Paint – new work by Max MacDonald ... more
In the Paint – new work by Max MacDonald.
Max MacDonald, a founding member of Gerrard Art Space, has been creating his dynamic abstract gems for over 40 years. He has participated in many group / solo shows in and around the GTA. With In the Paint, MacDonald's work continues to delight with his full use of colour. Paint seems to have been applied with a brush that has choreographed a joyful and confident dance across the usual and the many unusual found objects for which Macdonald has shown an affinity in the past. We are proud to present MacDonald's third solo show at Gerrard Art Space.
Gerrard Art Space (GAS) (T.O. Central)
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Portraits and Landscapes Art Show, presented by Brampton Portrait Group. Main Gallery. The Brampton Portrait Group Fall 2017 exhibiting artists: Mary Chorniuk, George Zhang, Helen Duplassie, Marian Simpson, Sherry Park, Chang Sun Kim, Vir Kumar, Hon Kong Leung, Maria B. Dlubak ... more
Portraits and Landscapes Art Show, presented by Brampton Portrait Group. Main Gallery. The Brampton Portrait Group Fall 2017 exhibiting artists: Mary Chorniuk, George Zhang, Helen Duplassie, Marian Simpson, Sherry Park, Chang Sun Kim, Vir Kumar, Hon Kong Leung, Maria B. Dlubak.
Beaux-Arts Galleries Brampton (T.O. Environs)
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Guidance: Group Show of the Major Arcana. Cove Gallery. This show features artwork from several artists, all depicting the major arcana of the ancient tarot deck. Come to see how each artist expresses their vision via their art mediums and their talents. Experience this unique and visually interesting flow of major arcana art works! ... more
Guidance: Group Show of the Major Arcana. Cove Gallery. This show features artwork from several artists, all depicting the major arcana of the ancient tarot deck. Come to see how each artist expresses their vision via their art mediums and their talents. Experience this unique and visually interesting flow of major arcana art works!
Beaux-Arts Galleries Brampton (T.O. Environs)
curator's talk 12:30pm
Curator's talk – Guest curator Mark A. Cheetham: "Getting Some Distance on Likening" – in conjunction with the exhibition Struck by Likening: the Power & Discontents of Art World Analogies ... more
Curator's talk – Guest curator Mark A. Cheetham: "Getting Some Distance on Likening" – in conjunction with the exhibition Struck by Likening: the Power & Discontents of Art World Analogies.
McMaster Museum of Art (Ontario South-West)