Look for Exhibition Openings, Artist Talks, Call for Entry,
and special events!
Friends & Lovers
Opens: Jan. 17, 5-7pm
Jan 17 - Feb. 1, 2020
Curator: Tee Kundu
(Second Floor Gallery)
If love is a feeling and care is an action, they are always engaged in conversation. As we navigate our lives, these conversations become increasingly important in shaping our stories. Drawing on personal lived experiences as archival knowledge of histories and possible futures, our identities are forged through our relationships with one another. Friends & Lovers explores the ways in which care, vulnerability & intimacy contribute to our sense of community. Who are you in love with? And how?
Photo by: Scott Lee
Quilts from Margaret Anglin
Opens: Jan. 18, 1-4pm
Jan 18 - Feb. 1, 2020
(Main Floor Gallery)
Please join the children of Margaret Anglin for the opening of Quilted Histories, an exhibit celebrating Margaret's life and work. Margaret was an extremely skilled, innovative
and prolific quiltmaker, who adapted the traditional media and techniques of quiltmaking to tell her life story. On September 4th 2019, Margaret lost her courageous battle with cancer, and these quilts remain as treasured family heirlooms and an artistic legacy. Together, her quilts form a kind of chronicle, set down in collage-like quilts that weave together the objects, animals, books, people, places and ideas that shaped her family's stories. A selection of
her quilts will be exhibited in Quilted Histories, and a handmade zine featuring photos and stories will be available to attendees.
KW Weavers & Spinners
Opens: Feb. 7, 5-7pm
Feb. 7 - Feb. 29, 2020
Every life path is unique and intertwined. Each journey is personal and layered. In Fibre Paths, memories, traditions and personal narratives are brought to life through fibre art. The threads of our stories lead us through colour, shape and texture to arrive at a finished work that is woven and spun into meaning and form. We invite you to witness our journeys.
out & about
Opens: Mar. 6, 5-7pm
Mar. 6 - Mar. 21, 2020
From his quiet spot amongst the shadows, Robert Murray
captures the light. Robert's career has followed a path
through multiple artistic expressions including
architectural and technical illustration, award winning graphic design and illustration. His paintings are
inspired by the impressionist movement, capturing his
fondness for light and shadow.