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Ontario East
Peterborough & Area
250 Crescent Street, Peterborough ON K9J 2G1
Regular hours: Tues-Sun 11am-5pm. Holiday hours: Open late Thursday, Dec 15 (until 9pm); open exceptionally Monday, Dec 19 (11am-5pm); closed Dec 24-27; open Dec 28-30 (11am-5pm); closed Dec 31-Jan 2. Summer hours: Mon-Fri 9-5, Sat & Sun 11-5. Closed statutory holidays. Wheelchair accessible.
admission: FREE.
T: 705 743 9179
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gallery@agp.on.ca
www.agp.on.ca
Jan 21-Apr 23, 2017 | opening reception Sat 21 Jan, 2pm:
Lyn Carter: 11th Line.. Curated by Sarah Quinton. Organized and circulated by the Textile Museum of Canada. Titled after the rural road where artist Lyn Carter lives and works, 11th Line explores one of the most fundamental textile design elements – the stripe – and its graphic relationship to the landscape, evoking horizon lines, road grids, and furrowed fields through drawing and sculpture.
Also on exhibit: Steven Vero: Inland and That's Kinda Like What It Was Like: From the Permanent Collection, with Ron Bloore, Gregory Downs, Robert Finch, Micah Lexier, Kristi Malakoff, Janet Martin, Jean Nind, David Partridge, Ted Rettig, Gordon Smith, Jeannie Thib, Andy Warhol ... more
Lyn Carter: 11th Line. Curated by Sarah Quinton. Organized and circulated by the Textile Museum of Canada. Titled after the rural road where artist Lyn Carter lives and works, 11th Line explores one of the most fundamental textile design elements – the stripe – and its graphic relationship to the landscape, evoking horizon lines, road grids, and furrowed fields through drawing and sculpture.
Also on exhibit: Steven Vero: Inland and That's Kinda Like What It Was Like: From the Permanent Collection, with Ron Bloore, Gregory Downs, Robert Finch, Micah Lexier, Kristi Malakoff, Janet Martin, Jean Nind, David Partridge, Ted Rettig, Gordon Smith, Jeannie Thib, Andy Warhol.
Opening Apr 29:
Spencer J. Harrison: Not a Freak Show: Growing Up Gay in Rural Ontario bears witness to the artist's experience using the vernacular of the circus freak show to discuss both exclusion and inclusion. The work takes the form of a large circus tent that can be walked around and gathered within, acting as a catalyst for discourse and assertion of presence. Also on exhibit: From, which features both works from the Permanent Collection and artists from the region ... more
Spencer J. Harrison: Not a Freak Show: Growing Up Gay in Rural Ontario bears witness to the artist's experience using the vernacular of the circus freak show to discuss both exclusion and inclusion. The work takes the form of a large circus tent that can be walked around and gathered within, acting as a catalyst for discourse and assertion of presence.
Also on exhibit: From, which features both works from the Permanent Collection and artists from the region.
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(See also Community Courses – click here).