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Canadian Art

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Across Canada Feb 16 to 22 2012
Maskull Lasserre will invite viewers to use his new animal-track shoes on the streets of Montreal during a February 18 reception at Articule. Maskull Lasserre will invite viewers to use his new animal-track shoes on the streets of Montreal during a February 18 reception at Articule.

Maskull Lasserre will invite viewers to use his new animal-track shoes on the streets of Montreal during a February 18 reception at Articule.

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 16

ACROSS CANADA “Leonardo Live” screenings Various Cineplex locations

MONTREAL “Great Small Works” / Melanie Perreault / Clare Samuel openings 5-7pm FOFA Gallery 1515 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Exhibitions tour 1-1:45pm Galerie de l’UQAM 1400 rue Berri

MONTREAL George Hunter first day Canadian Guild of Crafts 1460 rue Sherbrooke O

MONTREAL Germaine Koh artist talk 6:30pm Galerie B-312 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #403

MONTREAL “Pr0n” opening 6pm Galerie Pangée 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #412

OTTAWA Christian Marclay 24-hour screening National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

TORONTO Paulette Phillips / Kelly Mark openings 6-8pm Diaz Contemporary 100 Niagara St

TORONTO Juan Ortiz-Apuy opening 7-10pm Whippersnapper Gallery 594B Dundas St W

TORONTO Julie Lassonde performance first day Le Labo 55 Mill St

TORONTO Réal Calder opening 6-9pm Thompson Landry Gallery 55 Mill St

TORONTO “Twinning Artists – Twinning Cities” curator tour 6:30pm Onsite [at] OCAD U 230 Richmond St W

TORONTO “Precipitate Shadow” opening & Student Shop launch 6-8pm OCAD U Student Gallery 285 Dundas St W

TORONTO Peter A. Barelkowski first day Arta Gallery 55 Mill St

TORONTO Pawel Leszkowicz artist talk 1:30pm S-Lab 7410-205 Richmond St W

TORONTO “With a Little Help from my Friends” opening 7-9pm Hangman Art Gallery 756 Queen St E

HAMILTON Barbara Astman artist talk 6-7:30pm McMaster Museum of Art 1280 Main St W

CALGARY James Bannerman opening 7-8pm New Gallery Vitrines 205 8 Ave SE

CALGARY “3rd Year Photography Majors Exhibition” opening 5-8pm Marion Nicoll Gallery 1407 14 Ave NW

CALGARY “Speak” opening 6:30-8pm Calgary Public Library 616 Macleod Tr SE 2nd floor

VICTORIA “Victoria Collects” curator tour 7pm Art Gallery of Greater Victoria 1040 Moss St


FRIDAY FEBRUARY 17

HALIFAX Stephen Hutchings / “The Allure of the Print” opening 5-7pm Studio 21 1223 Lower Water St

FREDERICTON Colin Smith / “Our Friends and Neighbours” first day Gallery 78 796 Queen St

OTTAWA “Patrick Mikhail Editions” opening 5:30-9pm Patrick Mikhail Gallery 2401 Bank St

OTTAWA Christian Marclay 24-hour screening National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

OTTAWA Wally Dion curator tour 12:30pm Ottawa Art Gallery 2 Daly Ave

TORONTO Jillian Ross & Liam Wylie opening 7pm Interaccess 9 Ossington Ave

TORONTO Julie Lassonde performance Le Labo 55 Mill St

CALGARY Jeff Cruz opening 5-9pm Resolution Art Gallery 233 10 St NW

VERNON Katie Brennan / Lorne Wagman opening 6-9pm Headbones Gallery 6700 Old Kamloops Rd


SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18

SHERBROOKE “Insertion. Contamination. Dispersion.” opening 5pm Musée des beaux-arts de Sherbrooke 241 rue Dufferin

MONTREAL “Mile End Art Map” launch & Maskull Lasserre opening 6pm Articule 262 rue Fairmount O

MONTREAL James Olley opening 3pm Galerie Trois Points 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #520

MONTREAL Patrice Loubier roundtable 2-5:30pm Skol 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #314

OTTAWA Christian Marclay 24-hour screening National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

WHITBY Meryl McMaster opening 1pm Station Gallery 1450 Henry St

TORONTO Patrick Mahon / Barbara Balfour opening 2-5pm Katzman Kamen Gallery 406-80 Spadina Ave

TORONTO “Rasta” screening 2:30pm Royal Ontario Museum 100 Queen’s Park

TORONTO Chase Joynt & Syrus Marcus Ware screening 1-5pm Feminist Art Gallery 25 Seaforth Ave

TORONTO Carolyn Scanlan opening 3-4:30pm Ben Navaee Gallery 1107 Queen St E

TORONTO Julie Lassonde performance Paul Couillard & Ed Johnson performance 8pm Le Labo 55 Mill St

TORONTO “Flip” opening 6:30-9:30pm Art Metropole 788 King St W

TORONTO “28 Days” panel 1-5pm Hart House 7 Hart House Circ

TORONTO Michel de Broin opening 3-6pm Jessica Bradley Art + Projects 1450 Dundas St W

TORONTO Shary Boyle & Christine Fellows performance & reception 7pm Enwave Theatre 231 Queens Quay W

TORONTO “Unfamiliar Territories” opening 2-4pm Lonsdale Gallery 410 Spadina Rd

TORONTO Shelley Adler & Sarah Milroy talk 2pm Nicholas Metivier Gallery 451 King St W

WINNIPEG Andrew Harwood artist talk 3pm Platform 121-100 Arthur St

SASKATOON “Art of the Inuit” opening 2-4pm Art Placement 228 3 Ave S

CANMORE “Canada’s Nature Exposed” first day All in the Wild Gallery 712A Main St

CANMORE “Forest Rejuvenation” opening 11am-4pm Avens Gallery 104-709 Main St

VANCOUVER “Lights Out!” first day Vancouver Art Gallery 750 Hornby St


SUNDAY FEBRUARY 19

ANNAPOLIS ROYAL Daniel Heïkalo opening 2-4pm artist talk 2:30pm “Not Just for Floors Anymore” opening 3pm Artsplace 396 St. George St

SAINT-JÉRÔME Elisabeth Picard opening 2-5pm Musée d’art contemporain des Laurentides 101 place du Curé-Labelle

OTTAWA Christian Marclay 24-hour screening National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Drive

TORONTO “Unfamiliar Territories” opening 2-4pm Lonsdale Gallery 410 Spadina Rd

TORONTO Shary Boyle & Christine Fellows performance 2pm Enwave Theatre 231 Queens Quay W

TORONTO “Rasta” screening 2:30pm Royal Ontario Museum 100 Queen’s Park

TORONTO David McIntosh talk 2pm Power Plant 231 Queens Quay W

REGINA “Storytelling Sundays” family event 2-4pm MacKenzie Art Gallery 3475 Albert St

VICTORIA “Victoria Collects” workshop 2-4pm Art Gallery of Greater Victoria 1040 Moss St


MONDAY FEBRUARY 20

TORONTO Shary Boyle & Christine Fellows performance 2pm Enwave Theatre 231 Queens Quay W


WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 22

TORONTO Shary Boyle & Christine Fellows performance 10am Enwave Theatre 231 Queens Quay W

REGINA Jonah McFadzean talk 7:30pm Art Gallery of Regina 2420 Elphinstone St

WEST VANCOUVER Peter Langer talk 7-9pm Ferry Building Gallery 1414 Argyle Ave



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This article was first published online on February 16, 2012.

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