2017 Juried Exhibition Ontario-Wide Biennial


The exhibition will feature artists:  Elaine Carr, Danielle Coleman, Vanessa Cornell, Sherry Czekus, Robert Davidovitz, Sharon Hunter, Michaela Lucio, Alexandra Majerus, David McDougall, Ian McLean, Natalie Nadeau, Sasha Opeiko, Maureen Paxton, Amy Swartz and Kimberly Tucker.

 
DateFriday, November 10, 2017 - 1:00pm to Sunday, January 7, 2018 - 5:00pm

Email

ckartgallery@chatham-kent.ca

Location

Thames Art Gallery

2017 Juried Exhibition
Ontario-Wide Biennial

Date: November 10
Location: Thames Art Gallery

The exhibition will feature artists:
Elaine Carr, Danielle Coleman, Vanessa Cornell, Sherry Czekus, Robert Davidovitz, Sharon Hunter, Michaela Lucio, Alexandra Majerus, David McDougall, Ian McLean, Natalie Nadeau, Sasha Opeiko, Maureen Paxton, Amy Swartz and Kimberly Tucker.

Please join us in celebration of each of these Ontario-based artists on Friday, November 10 at 7PM, where the winner of the Juror’s Choice Award will be announced. Juror Kendra Ainsworth, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of Mississauga, and board member at Gallery 44, will be in attendance to congratulate the Ontario artists featured in this multi-disciplinary exhibition.

Ainsworth identified “of the 95 artists who submitted work this year, those whose work is included in the final selection demonstrated a strong command of medium, and - a theme that emerged as I reviewed the submissions - a strong sense of history, be it of material, tradition, or the personal.”

Exhibition runtime: November 10 – January 7, 2018
Open hours: 7 Days a Week, 1-5PM
The gallery is fully accessible and admission is free.

For more information please contact:
Emily Cadotte, Assistant Curator
ckartgallery@chatham-kent.ca

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DateFriday, November 10, 2017 - 1:00pm to Sunday, January 7, 2018 - 5:00pm

Email

ckartgallery@chatham-kent.ca

Website Location

Thames Art Gallery

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Friday, November 10, 2017 - 1:00pm to Sunday, January 7, 2018 - 5:00pm

2017 Juried Exhibition
Ontario-Wide Biennial

Date: November 10
Location: Thames Art Gallery

The exhibition will feature artists:
Elaine Carr, Danielle Coleman, Vanessa Cornell, Sherry Czekus, Robert Davidovitz, Sharon Hunter, Michaela Lucio, Alexandra Majerus, David McDougall, Ian McLean, Natalie Nadeau, Sasha Opeiko, Maureen Paxton, Amy Swartz and Kimberly Tucker.

Please join us in celebration of each of these Ontario-based artists on Friday, November 10 at 7PM, where the winner of the Juror’s Choice Award will be announced. Juror Kendra Ainsworth, Curator of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of Mississauga, and board member at Gallery 44, will be in attendance to congratulate the Ontario artists featured in this multi-disciplinary exhibition.

Ainsworth identified “of the 95 artists who submitted work this year, those whose work is included in the final selection demonstrated a strong command of medium, and - a theme that emerged as I reviewed the submissions - a strong sense of history, be it of material, tradition, or the personal.”

Exhibition runtime: November 10 – January 7, 2018
Open hours: 7 Days a Week, 1-5PM
The gallery is fully accessible and admission is free.

For more information please contact:
Emily Cadotte, Assistant Curator
ckartgallery@chatham-kent.ca

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Venue & Address: 
Thames Art Gallery
Email: 
ckartgallery@chatham-kent.ca
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