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Sunday, August 17

EXHIBITIONS : Reconciling Self | Connie Watts Add to iCal

Nanaimo Art Gallery , 900 Fifth Street, Entrance 5D, building 330 , Nanaimo , British Columbia , 2014-06-13 - 2014-09-06

Reconciling Self | Connie Watts June 14 to September 6, 2014Join us for the opening reception and meet the artist!Friday, June 13, 5:00 - 7:00pm

 

EXHIBITIONS : Convoluted Beauty: In the Company of Emily Carr Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This project, curated by Lisa Baldissera, Chief Curator, Mendel Art Gallery, features a selection of Carr’s works from across her career, drawn from Canadian museum collections; and works by major international artists. Included are: Louise Lawler (USA), Mark Wallinger (UK), and Thomas Zipp (Germany), and Canadian artists Cedric and Nathan Bomford, Joanne Bristol, Marianne Nicolson, and Karen Tam.

 

EXHIBITIONS : A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This is the first major exhibition to focus on the Canadian Group of Painters, its “look” and its legacy. The group’s “vital force” was its engagement with modern life — in subject matter, artistic approach and social activity — against a background of the Depression, the Second World War, post-war reconstruction, and the Cold War. Some 40 works are featured, by artists including Caven Atkins, A.Y, Jackson, and L.L. Fitzgerald. A Vital Force is organized by Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

 

EXHIBITIONS : Sympathetic Magic Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

The complex terrain of the real and imagined north is the focus of this exhibition of contemporary Canadian art. Through diverse artistic perspectives, Sympathetic Magic considers ideas of nationhood, culture, and the environment. The exhibition features text and photo-based works by Raymond Boisjoly, Adad Hannah, Ken Lum, and Kevin Schmidt. The exhibition title is derived from a term used by anthropologist James George Frazer in The Golden Bough, his 1890 treatise on magic and religion.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Charles Edenshaw Add to iCal

McMichael Canadian Art Collection , 10365 Islington Avenue , Kleinburg , Ontario , 2014-06-28 - 2014-09-21

Charles Edenshaw, organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, is the first major survey of work by the acclaimed nineteenth-century Haida artist. This wide-ranging exhibition of 80 objects presents the full range of Edenshaw’s creative output and considers the artist’s incredible legacy within Northwest Coast art past and present. The McMichael is the last stop on the exhibition tour.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Vivian Maier: Photographs of Children Add to iCal

Stephen Bulger Gallery , 1026 Queen St West , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-07-17 - 2014-09-13

Stephen Bulger Gallery is proud to present our second exhibition of photographs by Vivian Maier (1926 - 2009). This exhibition features compelling portraits of childhood, offering insight into the mysterious life of this elusive photographer. Maier worked most of her adult life as a nanny. She spent countless hours in the company of children, capturing the fleeting moments of their young lives. 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Gathie Falk: paperworks Add to iCal

Burnaby Art Gallery , 6344 Deer Lake Avenue , Burnaby , British Columbia , 2014-07-03 - 2014-08-24

This survey of Gathie Falk’s works on paper includes new paper maché sculptural pieces and shirting created for the exhibition. A diverse selection of acrylic, watercolours, screenprints, performance art works and two large-scale installation will also be on display.

 

EXHIBITIONS : What It Means To Be Seen: Photography and Queer Visibility Add to iCal

Ryerson Image Centre , 33 Gould Street , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-06-18 - 2014-08-24

Mounted in celebration of WorldPride 2014, this exhibition addresses the importance of visibility, long tied to the campaign for greater acceptance of those in the gay community. Representation of queer people in mass media outlets has undeniably increased over the last four decades, as have LGBT rights; and photography has played a key role in this. The exhibition features a broad range of media, including photographs, video, and archival materials to demonstrate how the medium has historically been used (and misused) to make queer people visible, collectively and individually. The exhibition is presented by TD Bank Group and organized by the Ryerson Image Centre in collaboration with the AGO.  

 

Monday, August 18

EXHIBITIONS : Reconciling Self | Connie Watts Add to iCal

Nanaimo Art Gallery , 900 Fifth Street, Entrance 5D, building 330 , Nanaimo , British Columbia , 2014-06-13 - 2014-09-06

Reconciling Self | Connie Watts June 14 to September 6, 2014Join us for the opening reception and meet the artist!Friday, June 13, 5:00 - 7:00pm

 

EXHIBITIONS : Convoluted Beauty: In the Company of Emily Carr Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This project, curated by Lisa Baldissera, Chief Curator, Mendel Art Gallery, features a selection of Carr’s works from across her career, drawn from Canadian museum collections; and works by major international artists. Included are: Louise Lawler (USA), Mark Wallinger (UK), and Thomas Zipp (Germany), and Canadian artists Cedric and Nathan Bomford, Joanne Bristol, Marianne Nicolson, and Karen Tam.

 

EXHIBITIONS : A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This is the first major exhibition to focus on the Canadian Group of Painters, its “look” and its legacy. The group’s “vital force” was its engagement with modern life — in subject matter, artistic approach and social activity — against a background of the Depression, the Second World War, post-war reconstruction, and the Cold War. Some 40 works are featured, by artists including Caven Atkins, A.Y, Jackson, and L.L. Fitzgerald. A Vital Force is organized by Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

 

EXHIBITIONS : Sympathetic Magic Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

The complex terrain of the real and imagined north is the focus of this exhibition of contemporary Canadian art. Through diverse artistic perspectives, Sympathetic Magic considers ideas of nationhood, culture, and the environment. The exhibition features text and photo-based works by Raymond Boisjoly, Adad Hannah, Ken Lum, and Kevin Schmidt. The exhibition title is derived from a term used by anthropologist James George Frazer in The Golden Bough, his 1890 treatise on magic and religion.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Charles Edenshaw Add to iCal

McMichael Canadian Art Collection , 10365 Islington Avenue , Kleinburg , Ontario , 2014-06-28 - 2014-09-21

Charles Edenshaw, organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, is the first major survey of work by the acclaimed nineteenth-century Haida artist. This wide-ranging exhibition of 80 objects presents the full range of Edenshaw’s creative output and considers the artist’s incredible legacy within Northwest Coast art past and present. The McMichael is the last stop on the exhibition tour.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Vivian Maier: Photographs of Children Add to iCal

Stephen Bulger Gallery , 1026 Queen St West , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-07-17 - 2014-09-13

Stephen Bulger Gallery is proud to present our second exhibition of photographs by Vivian Maier (1926 - 2009). This exhibition features compelling portraits of childhood, offering insight into the mysterious life of this elusive photographer. Maier worked most of her adult life as a nanny. She spent countless hours in the company of children, capturing the fleeting moments of their young lives. 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Gathie Falk: paperworks Add to iCal

Burnaby Art Gallery , 6344 Deer Lake Avenue , Burnaby , British Columbia , 2014-07-03 - 2014-08-24

This survey of Gathie Falk’s works on paper includes new paper maché sculptural pieces and shirting created for the exhibition. A diverse selection of acrylic, watercolours, screenprints, performance art works and two large-scale installation will also be on display.

 

EXHIBITIONS : What It Means To Be Seen: Photography and Queer Visibility Add to iCal

Ryerson Image Centre , 33 Gould Street , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-06-18 - 2014-08-24

Mounted in celebration of WorldPride 2014, this exhibition addresses the importance of visibility, long tied to the campaign for greater acceptance of those in the gay community. Representation of queer people in mass media outlets has undeniably increased over the last four decades, as have LGBT rights; and photography has played a key role in this. The exhibition features a broad range of media, including photographs, video, and archival materials to demonstrate how the medium has historically been used (and misused) to make queer people visible, collectively and individually. The exhibition is presented by TD Bank Group and organized by the Ryerson Image Centre in collaboration with the AGO.  

 

Tuesday, August 19

EXHIBITIONS : Reconciling Self | Connie Watts Add to iCal

Nanaimo Art Gallery , 900 Fifth Street, Entrance 5D, building 330 , Nanaimo , British Columbia , 2014-06-13 - 2014-09-06

Reconciling Self | Connie Watts June 14 to September 6, 2014Join us for the opening reception and meet the artist!Friday, June 13, 5:00 - 7:00pm

 

EXHIBITIONS : Convoluted Beauty: In the Company of Emily Carr Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This project, curated by Lisa Baldissera, Chief Curator, Mendel Art Gallery, features a selection of Carr’s works from across her career, drawn from Canadian museum collections; and works by major international artists. Included are: Louise Lawler (USA), Mark Wallinger (UK), and Thomas Zipp (Germany), and Canadian artists Cedric and Nathan Bomford, Joanne Bristol, Marianne Nicolson, and Karen Tam.

 

EXHIBITIONS : A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This is the first major exhibition to focus on the Canadian Group of Painters, its “look” and its legacy. The group’s “vital force” was its engagement with modern life — in subject matter, artistic approach and social activity — against a background of the Depression, the Second World War, post-war reconstruction, and the Cold War. Some 40 works are featured, by artists including Caven Atkins, A.Y, Jackson, and L.L. Fitzgerald. A Vital Force is organized by Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

 

EXHIBITIONS : Sympathetic Magic Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

The complex terrain of the real and imagined north is the focus of this exhibition of contemporary Canadian art. Through diverse artistic perspectives, Sympathetic Magic considers ideas of nationhood, culture, and the environment. The exhibition features text and photo-based works by Raymond Boisjoly, Adad Hannah, Ken Lum, and Kevin Schmidt. The exhibition title is derived from a term used by anthropologist James George Frazer in The Golden Bough, his 1890 treatise on magic and religion.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Charles Edenshaw Add to iCal

McMichael Canadian Art Collection , 10365 Islington Avenue , Kleinburg , Ontario , 2014-06-28 - 2014-09-21

Charles Edenshaw, organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, is the first major survey of work by the acclaimed nineteenth-century Haida artist. This wide-ranging exhibition of 80 objects presents the full range of Edenshaw’s creative output and considers the artist’s incredible legacy within Northwest Coast art past and present. The McMichael is the last stop on the exhibition tour.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Vivian Maier: Photographs of Children Add to iCal

Stephen Bulger Gallery , 1026 Queen St West , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-07-17 - 2014-09-13

Stephen Bulger Gallery is proud to present our second exhibition of photographs by Vivian Maier (1926 - 2009). This exhibition features compelling portraits of childhood, offering insight into the mysterious life of this elusive photographer. Maier worked most of her adult life as a nanny. She spent countless hours in the company of children, capturing the fleeting moments of their young lives. 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Gathie Falk: paperworks Add to iCal

Burnaby Art Gallery , 6344 Deer Lake Avenue , Burnaby , British Columbia , 2014-07-03 - 2014-08-24

This survey of Gathie Falk’s works on paper includes new paper maché sculptural pieces and shirting created for the exhibition. A diverse selection of acrylic, watercolours, screenprints, performance art works and two large-scale installation will also be on display.

 

EXHIBITIONS : What It Means To Be Seen: Photography and Queer Visibility Add to iCal

Ryerson Image Centre , 33 Gould Street , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-06-18 - 2014-08-24

Mounted in celebration of WorldPride 2014, this exhibition addresses the importance of visibility, long tied to the campaign for greater acceptance of those in the gay community. Representation of queer people in mass media outlets has undeniably increased over the last four decades, as have LGBT rights; and photography has played a key role in this. The exhibition features a broad range of media, including photographs, video, and archival materials to demonstrate how the medium has historically been used (and misused) to make queer people visible, collectively and individually. The exhibition is presented by TD Bank Group and organized by the Ryerson Image Centre in collaboration with the AGO.  

 

Wednesday, August 20

EXHIBITIONS : Reconciling Self | Connie Watts Add to iCal

Nanaimo Art Gallery , 900 Fifth Street, Entrance 5D, building 330 , Nanaimo , British Columbia , 2014-06-13 - 2014-09-06

Reconciling Self | Connie Watts June 14 to September 6, 2014Join us for the opening reception and meet the artist!Friday, June 13, 5:00 - 7:00pm

 

EXHIBITIONS : Convoluted Beauty: In the Company of Emily Carr Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This project, curated by Lisa Baldissera, Chief Curator, Mendel Art Gallery, features a selection of Carr’s works from across her career, drawn from Canadian museum collections; and works by major international artists. Included are: Louise Lawler (USA), Mark Wallinger (UK), and Thomas Zipp (Germany), and Canadian artists Cedric and Nathan Bomford, Joanne Bristol, Marianne Nicolson, and Karen Tam.

 

EXHIBITIONS : A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This is the first major exhibition to focus on the Canadian Group of Painters, its “look” and its legacy. The group’s “vital force” was its engagement with modern life — in subject matter, artistic approach and social activity — against a background of the Depression, the Second World War, post-war reconstruction, and the Cold War. Some 40 works are featured, by artists including Caven Atkins, A.Y, Jackson, and L.L. Fitzgerald. A Vital Force is organized by Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

 

EXHIBITIONS : Sympathetic Magic Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

The complex terrain of the real and imagined north is the focus of this exhibition of contemporary Canadian art. Through diverse artistic perspectives, Sympathetic Magic considers ideas of nationhood, culture, and the environment. The exhibition features text and photo-based works by Raymond Boisjoly, Adad Hannah, Ken Lum, and Kevin Schmidt. The exhibition title is derived from a term used by anthropologist James George Frazer in The Golden Bough, his 1890 treatise on magic and religion.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Charles Edenshaw Add to iCal

McMichael Canadian Art Collection , 10365 Islington Avenue , Kleinburg , Ontario , 2014-06-28 - 2014-09-21

Charles Edenshaw, organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, is the first major survey of work by the acclaimed nineteenth-century Haida artist. This wide-ranging exhibition of 80 objects presents the full range of Edenshaw’s creative output and considers the artist’s incredible legacy within Northwest Coast art past and present. The McMichael is the last stop on the exhibition tour.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Vivian Maier: Photographs of Children Add to iCal

Stephen Bulger Gallery , 1026 Queen St West , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-07-17 - 2014-09-13

Stephen Bulger Gallery is proud to present our second exhibition of photographs by Vivian Maier (1926 - 2009). This exhibition features compelling portraits of childhood, offering insight into the mysterious life of this elusive photographer. Maier worked most of her adult life as a nanny. She spent countless hours in the company of children, capturing the fleeting moments of their young lives. 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Gathie Falk: paperworks Add to iCal

Burnaby Art Gallery , 6344 Deer Lake Avenue , Burnaby , British Columbia , 2014-07-03 - 2014-08-24

This survey of Gathie Falk’s works on paper includes new paper maché sculptural pieces and shirting created for the exhibition. A diverse selection of acrylic, watercolours, screenprints, performance art works and two large-scale installation will also be on display.

 

EXHIBITIONS : What It Means To Be Seen: Photography and Queer Visibility Add to iCal

Ryerson Image Centre , 33 Gould Street , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-06-18 - 2014-08-24

Mounted in celebration of WorldPride 2014, this exhibition addresses the importance of visibility, long tied to the campaign for greater acceptance of those in the gay community. Representation of queer people in mass media outlets has undeniably increased over the last four decades, as have LGBT rights; and photography has played a key role in this. The exhibition features a broad range of media, including photographs, video, and archival materials to demonstrate how the medium has historically been used (and misused) to make queer people visible, collectively and individually. The exhibition is presented by TD Bank Group and organized by the Ryerson Image Centre in collaboration with the AGO.  

 

Thursday, August 21

EXHIBITIONS : Reconciling Self | Connie Watts Add to iCal

Nanaimo Art Gallery , 900 Fifth Street, Entrance 5D, building 330 , Nanaimo , British Columbia , 2014-06-13 - 2014-09-06

Reconciling Self | Connie Watts June 14 to September 6, 2014Join us for the opening reception and meet the artist!Friday, June 13, 5:00 - 7:00pm

 

EXHIBITIONS : Convoluted Beauty: In the Company of Emily Carr Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This project, curated by Lisa Baldissera, Chief Curator, Mendel Art Gallery, features a selection of Carr’s works from across her career, drawn from Canadian museum collections; and works by major international artists. Included are: Louise Lawler (USA), Mark Wallinger (UK), and Thomas Zipp (Germany), and Canadian artists Cedric and Nathan Bomford, Joanne Bristol, Marianne Nicolson, and Karen Tam.

 

EXHIBITIONS : A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This is the first major exhibition to focus on the Canadian Group of Painters, its “look” and its legacy. The group’s “vital force” was its engagement with modern life — in subject matter, artistic approach and social activity — against a background of the Depression, the Second World War, post-war reconstruction, and the Cold War. Some 40 works are featured, by artists including Caven Atkins, A.Y, Jackson, and L.L. Fitzgerald. A Vital Force is organized by Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

 

EXHIBITIONS : Sympathetic Magic Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

The complex terrain of the real and imagined north is the focus of this exhibition of contemporary Canadian art. Through diverse artistic perspectives, Sympathetic Magic considers ideas of nationhood, culture, and the environment. The exhibition features text and photo-based works by Raymond Boisjoly, Adad Hannah, Ken Lum, and Kevin Schmidt. The exhibition title is derived from a term used by anthropologist James George Frazer in The Golden Bough, his 1890 treatise on magic and religion.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Charles Edenshaw Add to iCal

McMichael Canadian Art Collection , 10365 Islington Avenue , Kleinburg , Ontario , 2014-06-28 - 2014-09-21

Charles Edenshaw, organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, is the first major survey of work by the acclaimed nineteenth-century Haida artist. This wide-ranging exhibition of 80 objects presents the full range of Edenshaw’s creative output and considers the artist’s incredible legacy within Northwest Coast art past and present. The McMichael is the last stop on the exhibition tour.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Vivian Maier: Photographs of Children Add to iCal

Stephen Bulger Gallery , 1026 Queen St West , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-07-17 - 2014-09-13

Stephen Bulger Gallery is proud to present our second exhibition of photographs by Vivian Maier (1926 - 2009). This exhibition features compelling portraits of childhood, offering insight into the mysterious life of this elusive photographer. Maier worked most of her adult life as a nanny. She spent countless hours in the company of children, capturing the fleeting moments of their young lives. 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Gathie Falk: paperworks Add to iCal

Burnaby Art Gallery , 6344 Deer Lake Avenue , Burnaby , British Columbia , 2014-07-03 - 2014-08-24

This survey of Gathie Falk’s works on paper includes new paper maché sculptural pieces and shirting created for the exhibition. A diverse selection of acrylic, watercolours, screenprints, performance art works and two large-scale installation will also be on display.

 

EXHIBITIONS : What It Means To Be Seen: Photography and Queer Visibility Add to iCal

Ryerson Image Centre , 33 Gould Street , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-06-18 - 2014-08-24

Mounted in celebration of WorldPride 2014, this exhibition addresses the importance of visibility, long tied to the campaign for greater acceptance of those in the gay community. Representation of queer people in mass media outlets has undeniably increased over the last four decades, as have LGBT rights; and photography has played a key role in this. The exhibition features a broad range of media, including photographs, video, and archival materials to demonstrate how the medium has historically been used (and misused) to make queer people visible, collectively and individually. The exhibition is presented by TD Bank Group and organized by the Ryerson Image Centre in collaboration with the AGO.  

 

Friday, August 22

EXHIBITIONS : Reconciling Self | Connie Watts Add to iCal

Nanaimo Art Gallery , 900 Fifth Street, Entrance 5D, building 330 , Nanaimo , British Columbia , 2014-06-13 - 2014-09-06

Reconciling Self | Connie Watts June 14 to September 6, 2014Join us for the opening reception and meet the artist!Friday, June 13, 5:00 - 7:00pm

 

EXHIBITIONS : Convoluted Beauty: In the Company of Emily Carr Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This project, curated by Lisa Baldissera, Chief Curator, Mendel Art Gallery, features a selection of Carr’s works from across her career, drawn from Canadian museum collections; and works by major international artists. Included are: Louise Lawler (USA), Mark Wallinger (UK), and Thomas Zipp (Germany), and Canadian artists Cedric and Nathan Bomford, Joanne Bristol, Marianne Nicolson, and Karen Tam.

 

EXHIBITIONS : A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This is the first major exhibition to focus on the Canadian Group of Painters, its “look” and its legacy. The group’s “vital force” was its engagement with modern life — in subject matter, artistic approach and social activity — against a background of the Depression, the Second World War, post-war reconstruction, and the Cold War. Some 40 works are featured, by artists including Caven Atkins, A.Y, Jackson, and L.L. Fitzgerald. A Vital Force is organized by Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

 

EXHIBITIONS : Sympathetic Magic Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

The complex terrain of the real and imagined north is the focus of this exhibition of contemporary Canadian art. Through diverse artistic perspectives, Sympathetic Magic considers ideas of nationhood, culture, and the environment. The exhibition features text and photo-based works by Raymond Boisjoly, Adad Hannah, Ken Lum, and Kevin Schmidt. The exhibition title is derived from a term used by anthropologist James George Frazer in The Golden Bough, his 1890 treatise on magic and religion.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Charles Edenshaw Add to iCal

McMichael Canadian Art Collection , 10365 Islington Avenue , Kleinburg , Ontario , 2014-06-28 - 2014-09-21

Charles Edenshaw, organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, is the first major survey of work by the acclaimed nineteenth-century Haida artist. This wide-ranging exhibition of 80 objects presents the full range of Edenshaw’s creative output and considers the artist’s incredible legacy within Northwest Coast art past and present. The McMichael is the last stop on the exhibition tour.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Vivian Maier: Photographs of Children Add to iCal

Stephen Bulger Gallery , 1026 Queen St West , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-07-17 - 2014-09-13

Stephen Bulger Gallery is proud to present our second exhibition of photographs by Vivian Maier (1926 - 2009). This exhibition features compelling portraits of childhood, offering insight into the mysterious life of this elusive photographer. Maier worked most of her adult life as a nanny. She spent countless hours in the company of children, capturing the fleeting moments of their young lives. 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Gathie Falk: paperworks Add to iCal

Burnaby Art Gallery , 6344 Deer Lake Avenue , Burnaby , British Columbia , 2014-07-03 - 2014-08-24

This survey of Gathie Falk’s works on paper includes new paper maché sculptural pieces and shirting created for the exhibition. A diverse selection of acrylic, watercolours, screenprints, performance art works and two large-scale installation will also be on display.

 

EXHIBITIONS : What It Means To Be Seen: Photography and Queer Visibility Add to iCal

Ryerson Image Centre , 33 Gould Street , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-06-18 - 2014-08-24

Mounted in celebration of WorldPride 2014, this exhibition addresses the importance of visibility, long tied to the campaign for greater acceptance of those in the gay community. Representation of queer people in mass media outlets has undeniably increased over the last four decades, as have LGBT rights; and photography has played a key role in this. The exhibition features a broad range of media, including photographs, video, and archival materials to demonstrate how the medium has historically been used (and misused) to make queer people visible, collectively and individually. The exhibition is presented by TD Bank Group and organized by the Ryerson Image Centre in collaboration with the AGO.  

 

Saturday, August 23

EXHIBITIONS : Reconciling Self | Connie Watts Add to iCal

Nanaimo Art Gallery , 900 Fifth Street, Entrance 5D, building 330 , Nanaimo , British Columbia , 2014-06-13 - 2014-09-06

Reconciling Self | Connie Watts June 14 to September 6, 2014Join us for the opening reception and meet the artist!Friday, June 13, 5:00 - 7:00pm

 

EXHIBITIONS : Convoluted Beauty: In the Company of Emily Carr Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This project, curated by Lisa Baldissera, Chief Curator, Mendel Art Gallery, features a selection of Carr’s works from across her career, drawn from Canadian museum collections; and works by major international artists. Included are: Louise Lawler (USA), Mark Wallinger (UK), and Thomas Zipp (Germany), and Canadian artists Cedric and Nathan Bomford, Joanne Bristol, Marianne Nicolson, and Karen Tam.

 

EXHIBITIONS : A Vital Force: The Canadian Group of Painters Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

 
This is the first major exhibition to focus on the Canadian Group of Painters, its “look” and its legacy. The group’s “vital force” was its engagement with modern life — in subject matter, artistic approach and social activity — against a background of the Depression, the Second World War, post-war reconstruction, and the Cold War. Some 40 works are featured, by artists including Caven Atkins, A.Y, Jackson, and L.L. Fitzgerald. A Vital Force is organized by Agnes Etherington Art Centre.

 

EXHIBITIONS : Sympathetic Magic Add to iCal

Mendel Art Gallery , 950 Spadina Crescent East , Saskatoon , Saskatchewan , 2014-06-27 - 2014-09-14

The complex terrain of the real and imagined north is the focus of this exhibition of contemporary Canadian art. Through diverse artistic perspectives, Sympathetic Magic considers ideas of nationhood, culture, and the environment. The exhibition features text and photo-based works by Raymond Boisjoly, Adad Hannah, Ken Lum, and Kevin Schmidt. The exhibition title is derived from a term used by anthropologist James George Frazer in The Golden Bough, his 1890 treatise on magic and religion.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Charles Edenshaw Add to iCal

McMichael Canadian Art Collection , 10365 Islington Avenue , Kleinburg , Ontario , 2014-06-28 - 2014-09-21

Charles Edenshaw, organized by the Vancouver Art Gallery, is the first major survey of work by the acclaimed nineteenth-century Haida artist. This wide-ranging exhibition of 80 objects presents the full range of Edenshaw’s creative output and considers the artist’s incredible legacy within Northwest Coast art past and present. The McMichael is the last stop on the exhibition tour.
 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Vivian Maier: Photographs of Children Add to iCal

Stephen Bulger Gallery , 1026 Queen St West , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-07-17 - 2014-09-13

Stephen Bulger Gallery is proud to present our second exhibition of photographs by Vivian Maier (1926 - 2009). This exhibition features compelling portraits of childhood, offering insight into the mysterious life of this elusive photographer. Maier worked most of her adult life as a nanny. She spent countless hours in the company of children, capturing the fleeting moments of their young lives. 

 

EXHIBITIONS : Gathie Falk: paperworks Add to iCal

Burnaby Art Gallery , 6344 Deer Lake Avenue , Burnaby , British Columbia , 2014-07-03 - 2014-08-24

This survey of Gathie Falk’s works on paper includes new paper maché sculptural pieces and shirting created for the exhibition. A diverse selection of acrylic, watercolours, screenprints, performance art works and two large-scale installation will also be on display.

 

EXHIBITIONS : What It Means To Be Seen: Photography and Queer Visibility Add to iCal

Ryerson Image Centre , 33 Gould Street , Toronto , Ontario , 2014-06-18 - 2014-08-24

Mounted in celebration of WorldPride 2014, this exhibition addresses the importance of visibility, long tied to the campaign for greater acceptance of those in the gay community. Representation of queer people in mass media outlets has undeniably increased over the last four decades, as have LGBT rights; and photography has played a key role in this. The exhibition features a broad range of media, including photographs, video, and archival materials to demonstrate how the medium has historically been used (and misused) to make queer people visible, collectively and individually. The exhibition is presented by TD Bank Group and organized by the Ryerson Image Centre in collaboration with the AGO.  

 

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