L’Hirondelle is a Toronto-based artist and the recipient of the imagineNATIVE New Media Award. She will speak about the exhibition Beat Nation, which features her work.
Cheryl L'Hirondelle was the recipient of the imagineNATIVE New Media Award for her projects: treatycard.ca, 17:TELL (horizonzero.ca) and wepinasowina.net. Her interdisciplinary project nikamon ohci askiy (songs because of the land) [vancouversongline...
JANICE COLBERT ARTBARRAGE
Janice Colbert (Lot #25), Group Show, with over 58 artists. Join on-line art buyers and the Toronto community and celebrate Canadian art while supporting a great cause. Freehand is a contemporary art auction featuring emerging Canadian artists alongside art from War Child programs in war affected communities. Curated by Kelly McCray and Walter Willems. On-line auction...
Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art (MOCCA)
Toronto, ON, Canada
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Please join us for the launch of MOCCA's latest publication, Luis Jacob: Seeing and Believing, published with Blackdog Publishing, London, UK.
Seeing and Believing is an illustrated overview of the work of Canadian artist Luis Jacob. An important figure in contemporary art, Jacob's work explores the subjectivity of aesthetic experience, and the uncanny dimension of our encounters with works of art. Th...
Lucy Pawlak and The Institute of Immaterialism present: Arriving Without Leaving (Guaranteed Happy Ending) Researching critical distance in augmented reality, a live videoconference event co-hosted by Fogo Island Arts and Art Metropole, Toronto. Wednesday March 27, 2013 - 6:30pm / 9pm Toronto, 8pm - 10pm FogoArt Metropole, 1490 Dundas Street West
em>Augmented reality has a special kind of darkness, for...
Taking imaginative liberties with the interview form, Maryse Larivière will be launching two new publications that discuss art and politics amidst issues of feminism and Canadian history with a little help from Margaret Trudeau and Dov Charney. The launches will be accompanied by a performance related to the publications at 4PM. Margaret Trudeau: There is something very girlish in that, a sort of a...