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Across Canada Sep 8 to 14 2011
New paintings by Mark Crofton Bell open September 10 at General Hardware Contemporary in Toronto. New paintings by Mark Crofton Bell open September 10 at General Hardware Contemporary in Toronto.

New paintings by Mark Crofton Bell open September 10 at General Hardware Contemporary in Toronto.


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 8

MONTREAL Jean-Pierre Larocque opening 5-8pm Galerie D’Este 1329 ave Greene

MONTREAL Andreanne Godin / “Anima” opening 5-7pm FOFA Gallery Concordia University 1515 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Mary Hayes opening 6pm Galerie McClure 350 ave Victoria

MONTREAL Mois de la Photo launch 6-10pm Arsenal 2020 rue William

MONTREAL Hans-Peter Feldmann first day Dazibao/Cinémathèque québécoise 335 boul de Maisonneuve E

MONTREAL Alana Riley first day Galerie Joyce Yahouda 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

TORONTO TIFF first day Various locations

TORONTO “Chromatic Shifts” / Derek McLarty opening 6-8pm Edward Day Gallery 952 Queen St W

TORONTO “Diana World Tour Opening Party” 6-10pm Lomography 536 Queen St W

TORONTO Hyang Cho first day Georgia Scherman Projects 133 Tecumseth St

TORONTO Judy Raymer Ivkoff opening 7-10pm Engine Gallery 37 Mill St

TORONTO Rochelle Rubinstein & Lanny Shereck opening 6-8pm Loop 1273 Dundas St W

TORONTO Sam Mogelonsky opening 6-9pm Red Head 401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Jen Mann, Bill Filiou & Christine Bunn opening 7-10pm Gallery 1313 1313 Queen St W

TORONTO Jordan Clarke opening 7-9pm Hang Man Gallery 756 Queen St E

TORONTO Kieran Brent, Rachel Wong, David Lafrance & Alexis Lavoie opening 5-7pm KWT Contemporary 624 Richmond St W

TORONTO Harold Town first day Gallery Gevik 12 Hazelton Ave

TORONTO Robert Waters opening 6-9pm PM Gallery 1518 Dundas St W

TORONTO Mara Korkola & Greg Hardy opening 6-8pm Nicholas Metivier Gallery 451 King St W

TORONTO Carly Waito opening 7-10pm Narwhal 680 Queen St W

TORONTO Patrick Kaipainen opening 7-9pm Trinity Square Video 401 Richmond St W

TORONTO “Models for Taking Part” opening 6:30-9pm Justina M. Barnicke Gallery 7 Hart House Circ

TORONTO Nicholas & Sheila Pye first day Birch Libralato 129 Tecumseth St

TORONTO David Lamelas first day Prefix 401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Ben Rivers first day Gallery TPW 56 Ossington Ave

TORONTO “Mystical Endeavour” opening 6-8pm OCADU Student Gallery 285 Dundas St W

TORONTO Sam Falls opening 7-10pm Hunter and Cook 1082 Queen St W

CAMBRIDGE “The Hylozoic Ground Collaboration” opening 6:30pm Cambridge Galleries Design at Riverside 7 Melville St S

CALGARY Kristopher Karklin / Leslie Bell / Patrick Lundeen opening 6-8pm Skew Gallery 1615 10 Ave SW

CALGARY Chris Millar opening 6-8pm Trépanier Baer 999 8 St SW

EDMONTON “My Backyard Is a World Away” first day SNAP 10123 121 St

SURREY Mandeep Wirk artist talk 7:30pm Surrey Arts Centre 13750 88 Ave

VANCOUVER Bryan Ryley opening 6-9pm Gallery Jones 1725 W 3 Ave

VANCOUVER Neil Beloufa & Glenn Lewis opening 7pm Western Front 303 E 8 Ave

VANCOUVER “Vancouver Part 1” opening 7-10pm Gallery 1965 1965 Main St

VANCOUVER “UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition 2011” opening 7-10pm Belkin Art Gallery UBC 1825 Main Mall

VANCOUVER Swarm 12 first day Various locations

VANCOUVER Matthew Buckingham artist talk 6:30pm ECUAD 1399 Johnston St

VANCOUVER Rebecca Chaperon opening 7-11pm Grunt 350 E 2 Ave

VANCOUVER Tayu Hayward artist talk 7pm SFU Vancouver 515 W Hastings St

VANCOUVER James Stewart opening 6-9pm 5 W Pender St

VANCOUVER Corita Kent / Thomas Bewick / Frederico Herrero openings 6-9pm “40th Birthday Bash” 9-11pm CAG 555 Nelson St

VICTORIA Kate Richardston talk 7pm AGGV 1040 Moss St


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9

HALIFAX James G. Davis & Turner G. Davis first day Studio 21 1223 Lower Water St

QUEBEC CITY Pascal Gingras, Francois Simard & Francis Arguin opening 8pm L’Oeil de Poisson 541 rue St-Vallier E

MONTREAL Raymonde April opening 5-7pm Optica 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Roni Horn & Edith Brunette opening 6pm Galerie de l’UQAM 1400 rue Berri

MONTREAL Cristina Nunez opening 5pm Skol 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Shari Hatt opening 5pm Galerie Donald Browne 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Jesper Just opening 4-6pm Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery 1400 boul de Maisonneuve O

MONTREAL Jim Verburg first day Galerie B312 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Luis Jacob opening 4pm McCord Museum 690 rue Sherbrooke O

MONTREAL Claire Savoie opening 5pm SBC Gallery 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Hans-Peter Feldmann opening 6pm Dazibao/Cinémathèque québécoise 335 boul de Maisonneuve E

MONTREAL Alana Riley opening 4-6pm Galerie Joyce Yahouda 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Edith Brunette opening 6pm Galerie de l’UQAM local J-R 120 pavillon Judith-Jasmin 1400 rue Berri

OTTAWA Chris Simonite opening 7pm artist talk 7:30pm Gallery 101 301 Bank St

TORONTO “INSIDE ‘OUT’” & Carolyn Tripp opening 7-11pm Xpace 58 Ossington Ave

TORONTO Camilla Singh performance 1-4pm Angell Gallery 12 Ossington Ave

TORONTO “Changing Stakes” opening 7pm Mercer Union 1286 Bloor St W

TORONTO Gary Evans opening 7-10pm Paul Petro 980 Queen St W

TORONTO “Patria o Libertad!,” Artur Zmijewski & Duane Hopkins opening 8-11pm MOCCA 952 Queen St W

TORONTO Dil Hildebrand / Annie Dunning / David Court + Josh Thorpe / Shannon Gerard opening 8-10pm YYZ 401 Richmond St W

HAMILTON Insoon Ha opening 7-11pm Print Studio 173 James St N

HAMILTON Robert Creighton opening 7-10pm Transit Gallery 230 Locke St

NORTH BAY “Social Rejection” opening 7pm North Bay Arts Collective 142 Main St E

WINNIPEG The Ephemerals opening 2-4pm Gallery IC03 515 Portage Ave

CALGARY “Point-of-Presence” opening 8pm Truck 815 1 St SW

EDMONTON Tiki Mulvihill artist talk 6pm Tiki Mulvihill & Kevin Friedrich opening 7-10pm Harcourt House 10215 112 St

KELOWNA Fundraising event 7-9pm Kelowna Art Gallery 1315 Water St

VANCOUVER Matthew Buckingham opening 7pm Or Gallery 555 Hamilton St

VANCOUVER “Finite + Infinite” opening 8pm Artspeak 233 Carrall Street

NANAIMO Gu Xiong opening 5-7pm Nanaimo Art Gallery 900 5 St


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 10

MONTREAL Massimo Guerrera, Cao Fei & Gennaro De Pasquale opening 7pm Centre Clark 5455 ave de Gaspé

MONTREAL Joelle Morosoli & Guillaume Lachapelle opening 3-6pm Circa 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Juan Manuel Echavarria opening 3pm MAI 3680 rue Jeanne-Mance

MONTREAL Marisa Portolese opening 3pm Occurrence 5277 ave du Parc

MONTREAL Adad Hannah opening 2:30-5pm Pierre-Francois Ouellette Art Contemporain 372 rue Ste-Catherine Ouest

MONTREAL Alfonso Arzapalo & Kimsooja opening 1pm Maison de la culture Fontenac 2550 rue Ontario E

MONTREAL Lisa Steele & Kim Tomzcak opening 2pm Maison de la culture du Plateau-Mont-Royal 465 rue Mont Royal E

MONTREAL Diane Borsato opening 6pm Articule 262 rue Fairmont O

MONTREAL Edward Burtynsky first day Art45 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

TORONTO Mark Crofton Bell opening 2-6pm General Hardware 1520 Queen St W

TORONTO “Changing Stakes” panel 4pm Mercer Union 1286 Bloor St W

TORONTO John McEwen opening 2-5pm Olga Korper Gallery 17 Morrow Ave

TORONTO Josh Thorpe opening 4-7pm Campbell House Museum 160 Queen Street W

TORONTO Patrick Kaipainen artist talk 2-4pm Trinity Square Video 401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Elle Flanders & Tamira Sawatzky opening 6-9pm O’Born Contemporary Off-Site 51 Wolseley St

TORONTO Adam David Brown opening 2-5pm MKG127 127 Ossington Ave

TORONTO Richard Barnes opening 2-4pm Bau-Xi Photo 324 Dundas St W

TORONTO “New Biology” & Harold Feist openings 2-4pm Moore Gallery 80 Spadina Ave

TORONTO Bobbie Burgers opening 2-4pm Bau-Xi Gallery 340 Dundas St W

TORONTO Barbara Astman opening 2-5pm Corkin Gallery 55 Mill St Bldg 61

HAMILTON Maria Legault performance 7-9pm Print Studio 173 James St N

HAMILTON “This Woman’s Work” opening 7-10pm Project Sapce 126/128 James St N

HAMILTON Supercrawl event 1pm-12am Various locations James St N

LONDON Murray Favro & Ed Zelenak opening 2-4pm Michael Gibson Gallery 157 Carling St

NORTH BAY Jonathan Hobin closing reception & artist talk 7pm White Water Gallery 143 Main St W

ST CATHARINES Alan Flint opening 7pm Cramplex 24 James St

BAILIEBORO “Rice Lake XII” first day Rice Lake Gallery 855 2 Line

WINNIPEG “Farandole” first day Plug In ICA 460 Portage Ave

SASKATOON Pat Service opening 2-4pm Art Placement 228 3 Ave S

CALGARY Jose Luis Torres first day Epcor Centre 205 8 Ave SE

CALGARY Raymond Theriault opening 12-4pm Collectors’ Gallery 1332 9 Ave SE

CALGARY Colleen Philippi & Michael Batty first day Newzones 730 11 Ave SW

CALGARY Artcity launch 9pm Royal Canadian Legion 116 7 Ave SE

EDMONTON “Up North” first day Art Gallery of Alberta 2 Sir Winston Churchill Sq

BURNABY William Wegman opening 3-5pm SFU Gallery 8888 University Dr

NORTH VANCOUVER Larry Clark & Kohei Yoshiyuki opening 8pm Presentation House 333 Chesterfield Ave

VANCOUVER Sherrard Grauer / Bratsa Bonifacho opening 2-4pm Bau-Xi Gallery 3045 Granville St

VANCOUVER Bryan Ryley artist talk 2pm Gallery Jones 1725 W 3 Ave

VANCOUVER “CAG Birthday and Family Day” 1-4pm CAG 555 Nelson St

VANCOUVER “UBC Master of Fine Arts Graduate Exhibition 2011” critique 12-5pm Belkin Art Gallery UBC 1825 Main Mall


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 11

MONTREAL “Mois de la Photo Meet the Artists Brunch” 10am-12:30pm Arsenal 2020 rue William

MONTREAL Moheb Soliman performance 1pm MAI 3680 rue Jeanne-Mance

UNIONVILLE Scott Conarroe & Max Streicher opening 2-4pm Varley Art Gallery 216 Main Street

GRAVENHURST “Items May Shift” opening 12-5pm Tree Museum Doe Lake Rd

BRANTFORD “Material World” reception 1-4pm artist talk 1pm Glenhyrst Art Gallery of Brant 20 Ava Rd


MONDAY SEPTEMBER 12

VANCOUVER Frederico Herrero artist talk 12:30pm ECUAD 1399 Johnston St


TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 13

SCARBOROUGH Blue Republic opening 5-9pm artist talk 7pm Doris McCarthy Gallery 1265 Military Tr (bus leaves 401 Richmond at 6pm)

TORONTO Ricardo Dominguez talk 7:30pm OCADU 100 McCaul St

TORONTO Lea Vivot first day Sculptors’ Society of Canada 500 Church St

TORONTO Neil Dankoff opening 6-9pm Lonsdale Gallery 410 Spadina Rd

BARRIE Frederick Hagan opening 7pm Georgian College Campus Gallery 1 Georgian Dr

EDMONTON Visualeyez Festival first day Latitude 53 10248 106 St

BURNABY William Wegman exhibition tour 12:05pm &12:35pm SFU Gallery 8888 University Dr

VANCOUVER Young Hae Chang Heavy Industries first day Centre A 2 W Hastings St

WEST VANCOUVER Sonny Assu opening 7-9pm West Vancouver Museum 680 17 St


WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 14

HALIFAX Eleanor King talk 7pm Dalhousie Art Gallery 6101 University Ave

MONTREAL Nicolas Ruel opening 6-9pm Lacerte art contemporain 6345 boul St-Laurent

MONTREAL Jesper Just artist & curator tour 5pm Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery 1400 boul de Maisonneuve O

MONTREAL Éliane Excoffier, Serge Clément & Serge Emmanuel Jongué opening Galerie Simon Blais 5420 boul St-Laurent

MONTREAL “Le 11 Septembre” discussion 7pm MAI 3680 rue Jeanne-Mance

TORONTO “The Sensuality of the Maturing Woman” first day Propeller 984 Queen St W

MISSISSAUGA “Viva Voce” opening 5-9pm Blackwood Gallery 3359 Mississauga Rd N (bus leaves OCADU 6:30pm)

BURNABY William Wegman exhibition tour 12:05pm &12:35pm SFU Gallery 8888 University Dr


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This article was first published online on September 8, 2011.

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