Get stitching! Register now for the DMG's upcoming Embroidery Workshop, led by David R. Harper. Taking place on Friday, February 8 from 10 am to 4 pm, the workshop will teach the basics of embroidery and how it can be applied to a photo-based image.
Cost: $50 plus materials fee of $10. (The registration fee is waived for current University of Toronto students.)
Space is limited and advance regi...
In the spirit of LOVE for all things beautiful and friendly, our friends of CRYWOLF are back at Magic Pony, to host our second all-ages Unicorno DIY party. In this workshop, each attendee will design and create their very own Unicorno character and matching Valentine! Keep your Unicorno for your collection, or gift it to your favorite Valentine friend! Decorating materials will be provided, but yo...
In a cheeky and fun approach to art appreciation, this class encourages participants to say whatever they think about the unusual and sometimes wacky world of art. Combining discussions in the Gallery and in the classroom, artist and educator Marcia Tavernese (www.marciatavernese.com) shares ideas and examples that surprise, delight and confuse to facilitate a new interest and understanding of the wor...
Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography
king west / fashion district
401 Richmond Street West, Suite #120
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3A8, Canada
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Instructor and artist, Meera Margaret Singh’s work often deals with the idea of Intimacy through portraiture. This workshop will examine the process of making conceptual work from the original idea to its conception. During this session, participants will engage in a discourse around ‘intimacy’: What does it mean? How have other artists used this notion to create work? What are the challenges of...
Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind pop-up shop featuring dazzling jewellery and accessories by the following designers: Eliza Kozurno, Alynne Lavigne, Cheryl Gushue, Chloecommeparris, Sspeech, Dandi Maestre, Karen McKlintock, Dean Davidson, TheCode.ca, Sheldon Parks Vintage, and Juma. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. CASH BAR AVAILABLE.
Senior Curator Rachel Gotlieb discusses the work of mid-20th century European immigrant ceramists in Canada who worked collaboratively as husband and wife, such as the Deichmanns, the Lorenzens, the Bostlunds and the Sadowskis. $15 General / $10 Members
InterAccess Electronic Media Arts Centre
9 Ossington Avenue
Toronto, Ontario M6J 2Y8, Canada
+1 416 532 0597 http://www.interaccess.org/
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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InterAccess is pleased to present Matthew Williamson and Sarah Todd: Art and Non-Art On the Internet, Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 at 7pm.
In conjunction with Constellation of a Consciousness, his solo exhibition at InterAccess, Matthew Williamson will join Sarah Todd, Media Arts Curator at Western Front, to discuss their respective practices, the exhibition at InterAccess, and internet art pract...