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Today's Highlights
Thursday, May 25th, 2017 (events found - 14)
opening 6:30-10pm
LIFE DISRUPTED – featuring Elham Hazfi, Irit Epstein, Lina Faroussi. Three artists from three countries – Syria, Iran and Israel – now living in Toronto, explore the humanitarian crisis in our contemporary world – a result of man-made destruction. The works portray the Syrian war, the refugee crisis, the loss of home and homeland, and the geographic uncertainties that influence us all. The artists express their unrest and sensitivity to today's current events and related crises from their personal points of view ... more
LIFE DISRUPTED – featuring Elham Hazfi, Irit Epstein, Lina Faroussi.
Three artists from three countries – Syria, Iran and Israel – now living in Toronto, explore the humanitarian crisis in our contemporary world – a result of man-made destruction. The works portray the Syrian war, the refugee crisis, the loss of home and homeland, and the geographic uncertainties that influence us all. The artists express their unrest and sensitivity to today's current events and related crises from their personal points of view.
Gallery 1313 (T.O. Downtown)
final day of exhibition
Scott Plear Wordless Songs. This exhibition by Vancouver artist Scott Plear underscores his talent in producing abstract expressionist works of bright colours and bold, layered textures that captivate the eye and mind ... more
Scott Plear Wordless Songs. This exhibition by Vancouver artist Scott Plear underscores his talent in producing abstract expressionist works of bright colours and bold, layered textures that captivate the eye and mind.
Gallery Gevik (T.O. Yorkville/Midtown)
final day of exhibition
CONTACTElementalJudith Carol Coulter, painterly photographic waterscape reflections; an examination of synergy relative to the unconscious mind and to chaos within the natural world; mechanisms of decay / regeneration are explored. Offset from the traditional landscape platform but remaining intrinsic to it, leitmotifs of serenity and dissonance provide structure and shape to fragmented perceptions of hidden processes ... more
CONTACTElementalJudith Carol Coulter, painterly photographic waterscape reflections; an examination of synergy relative to the unconscious mind and to chaos within the natural world; mechanisms of decay / regeneration are explored. Offset from the traditional landscape platform but remaining intrinsic to it, leitmotifs of serenity and dissonance provide structure and shape to fragmented perceptions of hidden processes.
Yorkminster Park Gallery (T.O. Central)
first day (see Jun 7 for reception)
Highlights 2017 presents artwork by members of the Etobicoke Arts Group. This year's May / June date offers members an end-of-the-year choice of the best in their artistic accomplishment in classes, workshops, juried shows, various other exhibitions and ultimately in their own working space ... more
Highlights 2017 presents artwork by members of the Etobicoke Arts Group. This year's May / June date offers members an end-of-the-year choice of the best in their artistic accomplishment in classes, workshops, juried shows, various other exhibitions and ultimately in their own working space.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)
first day (see Jun 8 for reception)
Calligraphic Confederation presents work by the Calligraphic Arts Guild of Toronto. Pen, ink and paper were the tools used to document the Confederation-makers' meetings and parliamentary debates. To mark and celebrate our 150 years of Confederation, calligraphic artists have put pen to paper. Historical, political, social, personal and poetic perspectives about our country are expressed with traditional and contemporary lettering ... more
Calligraphic Confederation presents work by the Calligraphic Arts Guild of Toronto. Pen, ink and paper were the tools used to document the Confederation-makers' meetings and parliamentary debates. To mark and celebrate our 150 years of Confederation, calligraphic artists have put pen to paper. Historical, political, social, personal and poetic perspectives about our country are expressed with traditional and contemporary lettering.
Neilson Park Creative Centre (T.O. Greater)
closing reception & awards ceremony 7pm
10th Annual Durham College Exhibition. It's a landmark anniversary partnership! SG is proud to present the tenth edition featuring the creative output of Durham College's Fine Art and Design students. This popular, year-end exhibition showcases new-generation artists and college grads. It's been a productive academic year at the College. Hundreds of diverse and engaging art projects will be on display through the gallery. A must-see! ... more
10th Annual Durham College Exhibition. It's a landmark anniversary partnership! SG is proud to present the tenth edition featuring the creative output of Durham College's Fine Art and Design students. This popular, year-end exhibition showcases new-generation artists and college grads. It's been a productive academic year at the College. Hundreds of diverse and engaging art projects will be on display through the gallery. A must-see!
Station Gallery (T.O. Environs)
reception 5-7pm
Kitchenware from the 60s, 70s and 80s. An economic boom, the comfortable modernism of Swedish design, and a wave of young traditionally trained potters schooled in the Leach-Hamada tradition led to the birth of the modern ceramic movement in Canada. This generation of potters took functional forms and explored them as personal expressions that made them art for everyday living. In doing so they created forms that still are as fresh today as when they were created. This style is seeing a rebirth today – this is a chance to see the source ... more
Kitchenware from the 60s, 70s and 80s.
An economic boom, the comfortable modernism of Swedish design, and a wave of young traditionally trained potters schooled in the Leach-Hamada tradition led to the birth of the modern ceramic movement in Canada. This generation of potters took functional forms and explored them as personal expressions that made them art for everyday living. In doing so they created forms that still are as fresh today as when they were created. This style is seeing a rebirth today – this is a chance to see the source.
Art Gallery of Burlington (Ontario South-West)
reception 5-7pm
William Hodge: A Life Inspired. A two-part retrospective exhibition of a career in fibre arts. The Art Gallery of Burlington presents William Hodge's beading and collage works, while the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum is showing his tapestries. The catalogue produced by the AGB will bring together the multiple facets of his career in fibre arts that is still moving forward. Objects and works that inspired the artist are also presented ... more
William Hodge: A Life Inspired.
A two-part retrospective exhibition of a career in fibre arts. The Art Gallery of Burlington presents William Hodge's beading and collage works, while the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum is showing his tapestries. The catalogue produced by the AGB will bring together the multiple facets of his career in fibre arts that is still moving forward. Objects and works that inspired the artist are also presented.
Art Gallery of Burlington (Ontario South-West)
reception 5-7pm
Mundialization: Student Art Exchange. In conjunction with the City of Burlington's Mundialization committee, the AGB presents a display of student artwork from St. Elizabeth Seton School in Burlington, and from Fujimidai School in our twin city of Itabashi, Japan. The definition of mundialization is the act of a city declaring itself a "world citizen" and being aware of global issues with a sense of shared rights and responsibilities. The concept involves the twinning of cities from around the world, in the belief that peaceful cooperation depends on mutual trust and appreciation among peoples of different nations, races, and cultures. Mundialization encourages citizen connections as a way of fostering world peace and global understanding. Burlington's twin cities are Itabashi, Japan and Apeldoorn, the Netherlands ... more
Mundialization: Student Art Exchange. In conjunction with the City of Burlington's Mundialization committee, the AGB presents a display of student artwork from St. Elizabeth Seton School in Burlington, and from Fujimidai School in our twin city of Itabashi, Japan. The definition of mundialization is the act of a city declaring itself a "world citizen" and being aware of global issues with a sense of shared rights and responsibilities. The concept involves the twinning of cities from around the world, in the belief that peaceful cooperation depends on mutual trust and appreciation among peoples of different nations, races, and cultures. Mundialization encourages citizen connections as a way of fostering world peace and global understanding. Burlington's twin cities are Itabashi, Japan and Apeldoorn, the Netherlands.
Art Gallery of Burlington (Ontario South-West)
reception 7-9pm (see Jun 16 for artists' talk)
Call to Action #83. In direct response to Canada's Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, this exhibition brings together eight Indigenous and eight non-Indigenous Simcoe County artists in a collaborative, linked series of artworks that envision a future reconciliation. Organized by the Barrie Native Friendship Centre ... more
Call to Action #83.
In direct response to Canada's Final Report of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, this exhibition brings together eight Indigenous and eight non-Indigenous Simcoe County artists in a collaborative, linked series of artworks that envision a future reconciliation. Organized by the Barrie Native Friendship Centre.
MacLaren Art Centre (Ontario North-Central)
tour 12:15-1pm
FREE gallery tours. Tours schedule at www.agnes.queensu.ca/learn/tours-groups/ ... more
FREE gallery tours. Tours schedule at www.agnes.queensu.ca/learn/tours-groups/.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)
guided tour 11am & 2:10pm
Guided tours: Rembrandt and Highlights. Fees apply. Call 613 533 2190 to register ... more
Guided tours: Rembrandt and Highlights. Fees apply. Call 613 533 2190 to register.
Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Ontario East)
open studio
Artists Open Studio. Fourth Thursday of each month 6-8:30pm: May 25, Jun 22, Jul 27, Aug 24 ... more
Artists Open Studio. Fourth Thursday of each month 6-8:30pm: May 25, Jun 22, Jul 27, Aug 24, 2017.
Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (Community Courses)
life drawing 7-9:30pm
Life Drawing Drop-In. Join us every Thursday Apr 6-May 25, 7-9:30pm! Artists have the opportunity to work from both nude and costumed models (on alternating weeks) and build a social and artistic network by meeting and working amongst their peers. Visit our website for more information. https://goo.gl/giIKZg ... more
Life Drawing Drop-In. Join us every Thursday Apr 6-May 25, 7-9:30pm! Artists have the opportunity to work from both nude and costumed models (on alternating weeks) and build a social and artistic network by meeting and working amongst their peers. Visit our website for more information. https://goo.gl/giIKZg.
The Varley Art Gallery of Markham (Community Courses)

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