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Thursday, March 5th, 2015 (events found - 14)
first day (see Mar 15 for reception)
WAKE UP! Francis Muscat & Lynne McIlvride ... more
WAKE UP! Francis Muscat & Lynne McIlvride.
Charlotte Hale & Associates (T.O. Downtown)
first day
Wayne Cardinalli: All Things Tea (West Gallery) ... more
Wayne Cardinalli: All Things Tea (West Gallery).
David Kaye Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
first day
Katja Jacobs: Healing Waters #8 (East Gallery) ... more
Katja Jacobs: Healing Waters #8 (East Gallery).
David Kaye Gallery (T.O. Downtown)
first day
Gertrude Kearns: The Art of Command. Portraits and Posters from Canada's Afghan Mission. Since 1991, Toronto artist Gertrude Kearns has explored the engagement between Canada's military and conflicts around the world. In 2005-06, she was embedded with Canadian Forces in Afghanistan while on contract with the Department of National Defence. Following the DND commission, Kearns has continued to address the Afghan Mission while working as an independent artist. Between 2006 and 2015, Kearns created the 46 portraits and posters appearing in The Art of Command. Most of these works appear on public display for the first time. Drawing on Kearns' unprecedented access to senior Canadian officers who served in Afghanistan, this exhibition focuses on the complexities and consequences of military command in challenging situations. What's on display? The Art of Command contains two parallel but related components. The portrait component comprises 20 large paintings and drawings of individual commanders. The poster component consists of 26 texted art prints. Each poster incorporates an image of a portrait; the accompanying text was developed in consultation with the subject ... more
Gertrude Kearns: The Art of Command. Portraits and Posters from Canada's Afghan Mission. Since 1991, Toronto artist Gertrude Kearns has explored the engagement between Canada's military and conflicts around the world. In 2005-06, she was embedded with Canadian Forces in Afghanistan while on contract with the Department of National Defence.
Following the DND commission, Kearns has continued to address the Afghan Mission while working as an independent artist. Between 2006 and 2015, Kearns created the 46 portraits and posters appearing in The Art of Command. Most of these works appear on public display for the first time.
Drawing on Kearns' unprecedented access to senior Canadian officers who served in Afghanistan, this exhibition focuses on the complexities and consequences of military command in challenging situations.
What's on display? The Art of Command contains two parallel but related components. The portrait component comprises 20 large paintings and drawings of individual commanders. The poster component consists of 26 texted art prints. Each poster incorporates an image of a portrait; the accompanying text was developed in consultation with the subject.
Fort York National Historic Site (T.O. Downtown)
talk 12noon
Noon-Time Collection Talk. Gaëlle Morel, Exhibitions Curator. Open to the public. Location: Peter Higdon Research Centre (RIC-241), located on 2nd floor of 122 Bond Street, Toronto ... more
Noon-Time Collection Talk. Gaëlle Morel, Exhibitions Curator. Open to the public. Location: Peter Higdon Research Centre (RIC-241), located on 2nd floor of 122 Bond Street, Toronto.
Ryerson Image Centre (T.O. Downtown)
opening reception 6-9pm
Johee Chang. Mixed media. Upper / Lower Galleries ... more
Johee Chang. Mixed media. Upper / Lower Galleries.
Joseph D. Carrier Art Gallery (T.O. Greater)
opening reception 6:30-9:30pm
Urban Transformations Henry Enchin. Photography. Atrium A / B ... more
Urban Transformations Henry Enchin. Photography. Atrium A / B.
Joseph D. Carrier Art Gallery (T.O. Greater)
final day of exhibition
Flip Your Wig for Justice. An exhibition from the School of Social & Community Services. Flip Your Wig for Justice is an awareness campaign in support of access to justice in Ontario. This exhibition will showcase an interactive exhibition with a living library of guest speakers, along with multi-media facts and images about the wrongly accused ... more
Flip Your Wig for Justice. An exhibition from the School of Social & Community Services. Flip Your Wig for Justice is an awareness campaign in support of access to justice in Ontario. This exhibition will showcase an interactive exhibition with a living library of guest speakers, along with multi-media facts and images about the wrongly accused.
L Space Gallery (T.O. Greater)
tour of exhibitions 1pm
Senior Citizen Tour ... more
Senior Citizen Tour.
Art Gallery of Mississauga (T.O. Environs)
artist talk 7pm
Artist talk with Nicholas Wade in connection with the exhibition Bent Lines and Folded Space. Suggested donation: $5 ... more
Artist talk with Nicholas Wade in connection with the exhibition Bent Lines and Folded Space. Suggested donation: $5.
The Latcham Gallery (T.O. Environs)
film screening 7:30pm
Cineseries .... made possible through the Toronto International Film Festival's Film Circuit. Films are screened at Galaxy Cinemas, Cambridge Centre Mall, 355 Hespeler Road, Cambridge [...] Mar 5: Red Army. Mar 26: Mr. Turner ... more
Cineseries.
Cineseries is now in its 17th year and continues to bring the best of Canadian, foreign-language and independent films to the City of Cambridge. This ambitious program is made possible through the Toronto International Film Festival's Film Circuit.
Films are screened seasonally on scheduled Thursday evenings at Galaxy Cinemas, Cambridge Centre Mall, 355 Hespeler Road, unless otherwise noted. All screenings begin at 7:30pm.
Admission: $9 Members Plus; $12.50 non-members (HST included); or save when you purchase a Cineseries 7-movie punch card: $50 Members Plus; $70 non-members (HST included). Tickets and punch cards can be purchased at all Cambridge Galleries, Queen's Square; Cambridge Libraries Preston, Hespeler and Clemens Mill branches in advance of the screenings. Tickets at the door, subject to availability, are cash only. Tickets by phone (519 621 0460): VISA or MasterCard only.
Visit www.filmcircuit.ca/. For further information about Cineseries, please call 519 621 0460.
Jan 8: Pride.
Jan 22
: Whiplash.
Feb 5
: Mommy.
Feb 19
: Elsa & Fred.
Feb 26
: Rosewater.
Mar 5
: Red Army.
Mar 26: Mr. Turner.
Apr 9: '71.
Apr 16: Still Alice.
May 7: Wet Burn.
May 14: Boychoir.
Cambridge Galleries | Idea Exchange | Queen's Square (Ontario South-West)
first day (see Mar 6 for reception), Studio Gallery
Indefinite Sequence – Level 4 graduating students, School of the Arts, McMaster University ... more
Indefinite Sequence – Level 4 graduating students, School of the Arts, McMaster University.
Gallery on the Bay (since 1995) (Ontario South-West)
first day of bidding
online auction – Post-War & Contemporary Art ... more
online auction – Post-War & Contemporary Art.
Heffel Fine Art Auction House (Art Auctions / Trusts)
deadline day
Carnegie Craft 2015. Juried Fine Craft Exhibition.
Deadline: Fri 5 Mar 2015.
The Carnegie Craft Juried Biennial Exhibition is an event that shows a wide range of talent from Ontario-based craft practitioners. Carnegie Craft 2015 is open to both emerging and established professional craftspeople. Material categories that will be considered by the jury include ceramic, wood, textile, metal, glass and mixed media.
This is a great opportunity to show your work, and to be considered for one of eight awards! During the evening of the opening reception on Fri 10 Apr, winners of the following awards will be announced: $1000 for Best in Show, two $500 Awards of Excellence, and five media-specific awards. Exhibition dates: Apr 2-26, 2015.
Carnegie Craft 2015 will be juried by digital images. Please refer to the image requirements in the Entry Form. Download an entry form: www.carnegiegallery.org/call-for-entry-carnegie-craft-2015/ ... more
Carnegie Craft 2015. Juried Fine Craft Exhibition
Deadline: Fri 5 Mar 2015.
The Carnegie Craft Juried Biennial Exhibition is an event that shows a wide range of talent from Ontario-based craft practitioners. Carnegie Craft 2015 is open to both emerging and established professional craftspeople. Material categories that will be considered by the jury include ceramic, wood, textile, metal, glass and mixed media.
This is a great opportunity to show your work, and to be considered for one of eight awards! During the evening of the opening reception on Fri 10 Apr, winners of the following awards will be announced: $1000 for Best in Show, two $500 Awards of Excellence, and five media-specific awards. Exhibition dates: Apr 2-26, 2015.
Carnegie Craft 2015 will be juried by digital images. Please refer to the image requirements in the Entry Form. Download an entry form: www.carnegiegallery.org/call-for-entry-carnegie-craft-2015/.
Carnegie Gallery (Calls for Artists)

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