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Plants & other insurance policies
Crystal Bradford & Liam Kijewski
February 19 - March 10, 2021
As we move towards a future with less certainty, who and what will save us and help us get back in touch with who we used to be...(before the disaster)? Plants and Other Insurance Policies explores the various ways humans try to protect themselves and secure a thriving future, while at the same time living a 'crash and burn' existence. Bradford and Kijewski have been creating magical little worlds to bring joy for over a decade. This show will depict how in real life sometimes our worlds fall apart.
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Colours of Art: Button Factory Arts annual members' exhibition
Online Submission: Mar. 1 - 24, 2021
Exhibition Opens: April 9, 6-7pm (zoom)
Online Exhibition: April 9 - 30, 2021
Due to the pandemic in 2020 we were unable to hold our traditional In-person member exhibition.We are excited to hold our first online Members' Show in 2021!
Going online allows everyone to stay safe and healthy and get to share their work within the arts community near and far. Your friends and family can share in the experience of this exhibition even if they don’t reside in Waterloo Region.
We encourage members to take a free workshop with photographer Mark Walton on how to photograph your work.
Jane Holbrook, Out to Pasture
"PRESS" ANNUAL JURIED PRINT EXHIBITION
Online Submission: Mar. 16 - Apr 5, 2021
Exhibition Opens: May 1, 10am-4pm
Online Exhibition: May 1-June 4, 2021
"PRESS" is open to submissions in all forms of original print. You do not need to be a member to submit work. View original work in print from members of the printmaking community at this Annual Juried Exhibition. Awards will be presented in various print genres.
About the Juror: Ginny Carnevale
Ginny Carnevale is a Fine Arts graduate from the University of Guelph. She has been printmaking and exhibiting her work for over 25 years. Her printmaking process is inspired by patterns and light from both natural and constructed elements. Using a variety of printmaking mediums including relief, intaglio, and monotype, she reflects on the world around her. Ginny's work can be found in private collections in Canada, the United States, Australia and England. She is an active member of the Riverside Print Group.
Ginny Carnevale, Northern Shore
PRINT DAY IN MAY!
New this Year! Members of the Riverside Print Group will be giving online demos and talks throughout the day. (10am-4pm). RPG members will include; Ginny Carnevale, Kari Mullin, Laura Perrin and Donna Stewart. Riverside Print Group is celebrating their 15 year anniversary and Button Factory Arts Print Studio is celebrating 10 years serving the print community!
Prints will be available for sale through the online gift shop.