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Across Canada Jun 24 to 30 2010
Works by the Toronto-born, Australia-based artist Rolande Souliere open Friday, June 25, at the New Gallery in Calgary. Works by the Toronto-born, Australia-based artist Rolande Souliere open Friday, June 25, at the New Gallery in Calgary.

Works by the Toronto-born, Australia-based artist Rolande Souliere open Friday, June 25, at the New Gallery in Calgary.

THURSDAY JUNE 24

TORONTO Costa Dvorezky opening 7-10pm Engine Gallery 37 Mill St Bldg 37

TORONTO “This Is Uncomfortable” opening 7-9pm Gallery TPW 56 Ossington Ave

TORONTO Chris Temple opening 6-8pm Nicholas Metivier Gallery 451 King St W

TORONTO Kate McQuillen & Greg Staats artist talks 6-7pm openings 7-9pm Open Studio 104-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO “Inner-Motion” opening 6-9pm Thompson Landry 55 Mill St

MISSISSAUGA “Art at Work” opening 6pm Art Gallery of Mississauga 300 City Centre Dr

LONDON Darrell Bell opening 8-10pm Michael Gibson Gallery 157 Carling St

WINNIPEG “Ritualiz’d” panel 7:30pm Platform 100 Arthur St

ABBOTSFORD “Challenging Traditions”/“Abbotsford Collects”/“Photography is…”/Christopher Friesen openings 7pm the Reach 32388 Veterans Way

SURREY “Arts Summit 2010” symposium first day Chuck Bailey Recreation Centre 13458 107A Ave

RICHMOND “Strange Nature” opening 7-9pm Richmond Art Gallery 7700 Minoru Gt

VANCOUVER “BESA” opening & talks 7pm Teck Gallery 515 W Hastings St

VANCOUVER Paul Wong first day 1965 Main St


FRIDAY JUNE 25

MONTREAL Libby Hague opening 7pm La Centrale 4296 boul St Laurent

OTTAWA Jonathan Shaughnessy curator talk 12:15pm National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

OWEN SOUND “Do You Love Me?” opening 7-9pm “Hello my name is TOM”/“GOSA” first day Tom Thomson Art Gallery 840 1 Ave W

OAKVILLE “Real Life” opening 7:30-10:30 Oakville Galleries 120 Navy St & 1306 Lakeshore Rd E

LONDON Brenda Joy Lem/“Krimiseries”/“Patisserie Duchamp” openings 8pm Museum London 421 Ridout St N

REGINA Cynthia Girard opening 7:30pm Dunlop Gallery 2311 12th Ave

LETHBRIDGE Cal Lane/Trudi Lynn Smith opening & Susan Detwiler screening 5pm Southern Alberta Art Gallery 324 5 St S

LETHBRIDGE Leonard Helinonen opening 7-10pm Mueller Photography 105 8th St S

CALGARY Rolande Souliere opening 7pm New Gallery 100 7 Ave SW

EDMONTON Catherine Crowston talk 6:30pm Art Gallery of Alberta 2 Winston Churchill Sq

VANCOUVER “Now What?” symposium 7:30-9pm 151 W Cordova

VANCOUVER Ryan Peter opening 6-8pm Republic Gallery Ste 732 Richards St 3 flr


SATURDAY JUNE 26

MONTREAL Libby Hague artist talk 3pm La Centrale 4296 boul St Laurent

OTTAWA Scott Rothkopt lecture 2pm National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

KINGSTON Kevin Rodgers and Andrew Sims opening 7pm Modern Fuel 21A Queen St

TORONTO “Let’s Make This Uncomfortable” panel 4-6pm Gallery TPW 56 Ossington Ave

LONDON Shoheila Esfahani reception 2-4pm Artlab University of Western Ontario

EDMONTON “Reframing a Nation” first day Art Gallery of Alberta 2 Sir Winston Churchill Sq

CALGARY Rolande Souliere artist talk 2pm New Gallery 100 7 Ave SW

ABBOTSFORD Scott Marsden curator talk 1pm the Reach 32388 Veterans Way


SUNDAY JUNE 27

ANNAPOLIS ROYAL Jocelyn Philibert opening 3-5pm Artsplace Gallery 396 St George St

TORONTO Panya Clark Espinal opening 7-9pm Koffler Gallery Offsite 402 College St

PORT CREDIT Cheryl Rondeau bike tour 12:30pm Front St & Lakeshore Rd

PORT CREDIT "Projects at Port Credit" first day 141 Lakeshore Rd E

BURNABY George Fertig event 1-4pm curator talk 4:30pm Burnaby Art Gallery 6344 Deer Lake Ave


MONDAY JUNE 28

TORONTO Renata Stih and Frieder Schnock lecture 1pm Textile Museum of Canada 55 Centre Avenue

LETHBRIDGE Trudi Lynn Smith excursion 9am Southern Alberta Art Gallery 324 5 St S


TUESDAY JUNE 29

TORONTO Paulo Catrica first day Böhmer 93 Ossington Ave

TORONTO “Artists and the Built Environment” panel 6:30-8pm Drake Hotel 1150 Queen St W

REGINA Deborah Potter & Anita Rocamora opening 4-6pm Art Gallery of Regina 2420 Elphinstone St

CALGARY “With Nothing You Starve, With a Little You Survive” opening 5-7pm Illingworth Kerr Gallery 1407 14 Ave NW


WEDNESDAY JUNE 30

MONTREAL Jenny Holzer first day DHC/ART 451 rue St Jean

TORONTO “The Far Shore” screening & talk 7pm AGO 317 Dundas St W

This article was first published online on June 24, 2010.

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