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7 Hart House Circle (Justina M. Barnicke Gallery), and 15 King's College Circle (University of Toronto Art Centre), Toronto ON
hours: Tues-Sat 12-5, Wed 12-8. Wheelchair accessible.
admission: FREE.
T: 416 978 8398 (Justina M. Barnicke Gallery) T2: 416 978 1838 (University of Toronto Art Centre)
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EXHIBITIONS ... more
EXHIBITIONS –
3 May -- 15 Jul 2017 | opening reception Wed 3 May, 7-9pm
at University of Toronto Art Centre – It's all happening so fastA Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment. Presented in partnership with Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival ... more
at University of Toronto Art Centre – It's all happening so fastA Counter-History of the Modern Canadian Environment. Presented in partnership with Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival.
OFF-SITE EXHIBITION ... more
OFF-SITE EXHIBITION –
15 Sep 2016 -- 30 Jun 2017 | opening reception Thur 15 Sep, 4-6pm
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?"
EVENTS ... more
EVENTS –
Wed 3 May, 7-9pm:
Opening reception: It's all happening so fast. At University of Toronto Art Centre ... more
Opening reception: It's all happening so fast. At University of Toronto Art Centre.