Slowly Getting Pushed Around by the Ceiling Fan, A Sculpture/InstallationThesis Exhibition


As part of the the 2018 Sculpture/Installation Thesis Exhibitions series titled Spaces Like That, taking place from March 1 to April 22, 2018,Slowly Getting Pushed Around by the Ceiling Fan is a group exhibition presenting the body of work ADAM LEW, MEGHAN LAURIE, MICHELLE CIELOSZCZYK, MILES SHARP have been building for their final Thesis project. The opening reception will be held at Beaver Hall Gallery on Thursday, April 12, from 6pm-9pm.

 
DateThursday, April 12, 2018 - 6:00pm to Saturday, April 21, 2018 - 5:00pm

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Location

Beaver Hall Gallery 29 McCaul Street Toronto, ON

Slowly Getting Pushed Around by the Ceiling Fan

OCAD U Sculpture/Installation Thesis Exhibition
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 12 6-9pm
Beaver Hall Gallery, 29 McCaul Street

Artists:
ADAM LEW
MEGHAN LAURIE
MICHELLE CIELOSZCZYK
MILES SHARP

SCIN Beaver Hall exhibition.

The opening reception is Thursday, April 12, 6-9pm.

Gallery hours are Wednesday - Saturday 12-5pm.

 

2018 SCULPTURE/INSTALLATION THESIS EXHIBITIONS SERIES

ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat

OCAD University's Sculpture/Installation Program— in collaboration with Abbozzo Gallery, Beaver Hall Gallery, Coldstream Fine Art, Gallery 1313 and Lonsdale Gallery— is pleased to announce the 2018 Sculpture/Installation Thesis Exhibitions series titled Spaces Like That, taking place from March 1 to April 22, 2018. This series of twelve exhibitions will feature the multi-media artworks of 4th-year students in professional Toronto galleries. It has been made possible by the generous support of the Nora Vaughan Bequest to the Sculpture/Installation Program and of the Faculty of Art Innovation Fund.

 

 



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DateThursday, April 12, 2018 - 6:00pm to Saturday, April 21, 2018 - 5:00pm

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https://www2.ocadu.ca/event/ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat

Location

Beaver Hall Gallery 29 McCaul Street Toronto, ON

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Slowly Getting Pushed Around by the Ceiling Fan

OCAD U Sculpture/Installation Thesis Exhibition
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 12 6-9pm
Beaver Hall Gallery, 29 McCaul Street

Artists:
ADAM LEW
MEGHAN LAURIE
MICHELLE CIELOSZCZYK
MILES SHARP

SCIN Beaver Hall exhibition.

The opening reception is Thursday, April 12, 6-9pm.

Gallery hours are Wednesday - Saturday 12-5pm.

 

2018 SCULPTURE/INSTALLATION THESIS EXHIBITIONS SERIES

ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat

OCAD University's Sculpture/Installation Program— in collaboration with Abbozzo Gallery, Beaver Hall Gallery, Coldstream Fine Art, Gallery 1313 and Lonsdale Gallery— is pleased to announce the 2018 Sculpture/Installation Thesis Exhibitions series titled Spaces Like That, taking place from March 1 to April 22, 2018. This series of twelve exhibitions will feature the multi-media artworks of 4th-year students in professional Toronto galleries. It has been made possible by the generous support of the Nora Vaughan Bequest to the Sculpture/Installation Program and of the Faculty of Art Innovation Fund.

 

 

Venue & Address: 
Beaver Hall Gallery 29 McCaul Street Toronto, ON
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https://www2.ocadu.ca/event/ocadu.ca/spaceslikethat
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