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The Arts and Heritage Centre of Warkworth presents
Listening in Warkworth: Sound Project by Andra McCartney
May 4 - June 10, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday May, 5 7-9pm with a cash bar

Arts and Heritage Centre of Warkworth
35 Church Street
Warkworth, ON 
K0K 3K0

Meet us at the Ah! Centre and join sound artist, Andra McCartney for a sound walk and listening workshop followed by a discussion on Saturday May 5th* from 3-5pm and on Sunday May 20th 1-3pm. All ages welcome. Wheelchair accessible. *All donations received during the day will be donated to the Warkworth Hospice.

Francisca Duran
Even if my hands were full of truths

Screening and Reception: Friday, May 4 2018, 7:30pm

129 Spadina Avenue
Toronto, ON
M5A 1J7

Colectivo Toronto Presents: Even if my hands were full of truths — a first Toronto Retrospective of Films by Francisca Duran. Francisca Duran is an experimental media artist based in Toronto. Duran’s moving image work takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues through the aperture of the archive, both familial and public. Combining digital and analogue media, her work explores the intersection points of memory, history, politics and technology.


Lois Schklar

April 25 – May 19, 2018
Reception: Friday, May 4, 6 – 8:30 pm
Storytelling & Poetry Reading: Saturday, May 05, 2 – 4 pm

The Red Head Gallery is pleased to present ReMemory, an exhibition by artist, Lois Schklar. Storytelling with special guest Ann Holmes and poetry reading by Ruth Pierson, Ellen Jaffe, Sheila Stewart and Noah Gano will be held on Saturday, May 05, 2018, 2 – 4 PM.
ReMemory (April 2018, Red Head Gallery) combines different aspects of my practice in an effort to connect memories and associations to the many objects I have collected. Rain Gently Falling and Timelines are a series of visual poems constructed from recycled wire drawings (2011-2018). Excerpts is a line drawing using words from a few of the poems I have written (2003-2017). Specimens 1 & 2 is based on a series of small studies (2009).

loop Gallery presents
1273 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON 
M6J 1X8

Libby Hague
Wider than the sky
April 28 – May 20, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 28 at 2pm

Wider than the sky uses the imagination to locate patterns that bring the vast macro and micro scales of science (the cosmos, DNA) together with text and objects, the daily gestures and concerns of a clamorous world. It’s like looking at the stars and thinking, “Here I am, part of this in some small way.” It’s not a lonely thought; it connects us to an orderly universe — one growing infinitesimally more comprehensible — a comforting thought right now.

Tara Cooper
On Sabbatical
April 28 – May 20, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 28 at 2pm

Since January, I’ve been on sabbatical, and this show is a mash-up of what I’ve seen, done and thought. Being on sabbatical isn’t exactly a marathon, nor is it as fraught as grad school, but it’s also not the leisurely time imagined. There’s pressure to achieve, pressure to justify the privilege, and an overall undercurrent of urgency propelled by the knowledge that it will be years before the next one comes around.

Jordan Seal
Wealth of the Eternal Garden
March 22 – May 23, 2018
Reception: April 26 at 5:30pm

City Hall Art Gallery
110 Laurier Avenue West
Ottawa, ON
K1P 1J1

Jordan Seal's work is a mass of multimedia art that comes in all shapes and sizes. Featuring drawings, paintings and sculptures, his exhibit explores spirituality through organic abstraction. A metaphorical Eden overflowing with details, it showcases colours, curving shapes, floating glyphs, and ever-expanding lines. Seal invites viewers to celebrate his interpretation of other worlds and encourages them to explore his dense visionary imagery. Artist talk: Sunday, March 25, 2:00 p.m. All welcome. Free admission. Wheelchair accessible.

Sylvia Galbraith 
Outside of Time
Thursday, May 3 – Saturday, June 2, 2018
Opening: Saturday, May 5 at 1:00pm

Abbozzo Gallery, Project Room
128-401 Richmond Street West
Toronto, ON
M5V 3A8

A Contact Photography Festival Exhibition. Rocks presume a sense of stability, constancy and strength; we imagine them as immovable and unyielding. Yet they exist within a slow progression of time, incrementally changing, or being changed, by their environment and other events.

Galbraith's photographs document the on-going effects of time on physical landforms, connecting the precision of science, the narrative of history and the subjectivity of art in response to a process of transformation which both precedes and defies human intervention.

Janice Colbert 
From a Woman's Hand

Friday, March 16 – Sunday, July 15, 2018

Custom House Museum/Key West Art and Historical Society
281 Front Street
Key West, Florida 33040, United States

The exhibit features nearly 40 paintings, sculpture, photographs, drawings, prints, textiles and ceramics. Drawn entirely from the Florida Keys community, the exhibit illuminates the remarkable achievements of women artists, addressing the gender imbalance in the art world.

Lorraine Roy
Woven Woods - A Journey through the Forest Floor
Saturday, June 2 - Thursday, October 4, 2018
Artist walk-through: Wednesday, September 19 at 10am

Beaty Biodiversity Museum 150 St Patrick St
UBC, Vancouver campus 2212 Main Mall 
Vancouver, BC 
V6T 1Z4

Woven Woods, is a collection of twelve circular quilted wall hangings, each portraying a different aspect of the science of tree root communication. The research for this project was inspired by the work of Dr. Suzanne Simard of UBC, a leader in the field of forest biology, who generously gave of her time and knowledge.

Bernard Aimé Poulin
April 12 – April 29, 2018
Opening: Sunday, April 15, 2  5pm

Galerie Jean-Claude Bergeron
150 St Patrick St
Ottawa, ON
K1N 5J9

A 50th anniversary exhibition of my work will be held from Thursday April 12th to Sunday April 29th at the Galerie Jean-Claude Bergeron in Ottawa. For those who cannot join us at the opening on Sunday, the show will be posted on my website as of Thursday April 12th: www.bernardpoulin.com. Artworks will be available for sale both from the site and from the gallery as of Thursday April 12th via telephone or email to the gallery at:
1-613-562-7836 or info@galeriejeanclaudebergeron.ca

Lois Schklar
April 25 – May 19, 2018
Red Head Gallery

401 Richmond Street W, Suite 115
Toronto, ON
M5V 3A8

Timelines is an ongoing discourse on the collection of disparate objects accumulated over a lifetime. This collection consists of bits and pieces found in urban and natural environments or items I have either bought or been given. The work can be seen as a visual poem or narrative that re-imagines the aesthetic association that first brought these objects to my attention, referencing other bodies of work and re-purposing materials I no longer use or need.

Alex Garant
Duo in Australia
with Alex Garant & Lukifer Aurelius
May 5 – May 27, 2018
Opening: Saturday, May 5 at 6pm

Beinart Gallery
1 Sparta Place Brunswick, VIC 3056 Australia

As a leader of Contemporary Figurative Op Art, Alex Garant's oil paintings offer a graphic quality combined with traditional portrait techniques. Garant uses patterns, duplication of elements, symmetry and image superposition as key elements of her imagery. Alex Garant's paintings are certainly conversation pieces as they are meant to engage the observers into an image investigation process and hopefully enlist their senses differently while doing so.

loop Gallery presents
1273 Dundas Street West
Toronto, ON 
M6J 1X8

Adrienne Trent | The Nature of Reality and the Reality of Nature
Saturday, May 26 - Sunday, June 17, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 26 at 2pm

Popular culture revolves around the idea that actors, sets, spoken lines and special effects are not a constructed reality, shot frame-by-frame to enable the viewer to get lost in the plot, but rather reality itself. This creates a ‘false consciousness,’ based on ersatz representations which television and film makers intend for viewers. I began to pursue the idea of exploring this false, fabricated reality as the basis for an exhibition.

John Ide | What Paper Remembers
Saturday, May 26 - Sunday, June 17, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, May 26 at 2pm

What Paper Remembers continues Ide’s exploration of the connections between memory, history and the artistic process. He sheds light on this process in the following quote: ”Earlier this year I was going through some old drawings and wondered what would happen if I erased some of them and reworked what was left. I've been erasing ever since, and redrawing based on what the paper remembers.”

Margaret Rodgers
Doc Kearney Solar Prints
June 1, 2018 – August 24, 2018
Artist Talk: Saturday, June 2 at 1pm

Fort St. John North Peace Museum
9323 - 100th Street
Fort St. John, BC
V1J 4N4

Images chronicle the life of Dr. Garnet Kearney. After serving as a surgeon in WWI, he went west permanently. His many adventures are local lore in the Peace River area and photographs sent home to his Ontario relatives were a window into his frontier life. He conducted surgery by radio on a distant trapper, converted his jeep into the town's first ambulance. Prints on embroidered linens suggest his Ottawa Valley Victorian upbringing and provide an evocative printing surface.

Lu Robitaille
Big Buz Buzz Exhibit
June 25 – August 19, 2018
Closing Reception: Sunday, August 19 at 2pm

Etobicoke Civic Center Art Gallery
399 The West Mall
(Burnhamthorpe Rd & Hwy 427 area)
Etobikcoke, ON
M9C 2Y2

Come see the Big Art Buzz! This is a great opportunity to view a variety of work by artists of Ontario. Come meet the artist for the closing reception at the beautiful Etobicoke Civic Centre Art Gallery. The show is directed by Keith Moreau. You might like to check out some of the artists at his site: www.bigartbuzz.com

Stephanie Vegh
Echoing Shore
April 7 – September 23, 2018
Opening Reception: April 6, 7pm

Art Gallery of Hamilton
123 King Street West
Hamilton, ON
L8P 4S8

Hamilton-based artist Stephanie Vegh was invited to explore the Gallery’s historic and modern holdings and envisaged aesthetic and thematic links between three seemingly disparate artworks: Edmund Kanoldt, Sappho on the Cliff of Leucadia (1879); Paul Nash, Monster Shore (1939); and Aline Myles Banting, Self Portrait (c.1932). Shown in situ with new drawings by Vegh, the collection artworks will be imbued with new meaning – and set on a narrative trajectory to reflect the ecological uncertainty of our present time.

A.G. Smith
Material Culture. The Things We Make To Live

February 17 – September 9, 2018

Chimczuk Museum
Windsor, ON

A.G. SMith's Material Culture Project is based on the concept that human need and available material combine to create forms that are inherently iconic.

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