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Across Canada March 8 to 14 2012
Artivistic’s <em>Promiscuous Infrastructures</em> project opens March 9 at Skol in MontrealArtivistic’s <em>Promiscuous Infrastructures</em> project opens March 9 at Skol in Montreal Artivistic’s Promiscuous Infrastructures project opens March 9 at Skol in MontrealArtivistic’s Promiscuous Infrastructures project opens March 9 at Skol in Montreal

Artivistic’s <em>Promiscuous Infrastructures</em> project opens March 9 at Skol in MontrealArtivistic’s <em>Promiscuous Infrastructures</em> project opens March 9 at Skol in Montreal

THURSDAY MARCH 15

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

MONTREAL Abbas Akhavan / Josée Pedneault & Molly O’Dwyer / Klaus Scherübel openings & catalog launch & artist residencies first day 5pm Darling Foundry 745 rue Ottawa

MONTREAL “Espoir et Mensonge” opening & catalogue launch Immeuble Geoffrion et Pérodeau 229 rue Notre-Dame O

MONTREAL “Festival of Films on Art” first day 9 theatres across Montreal

MONTREAL Carl Trahan & Michael Cowan talk 7pm Articule 262 rue Fairmount O

MONTREAL Catherine Bolduc artist talk 7pm Galerie McClure 350 ave Victoria

MONTREAL Jacinthe Lessard-L. opening 6pm Les Territoires #527 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL “Possession” opening 5:30pm Galerie Sas #416 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

OTTAWA Christian Marclay 24-hour screening 5pm National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Dr

WHITBY Meryl McMaster curator’s tour 7pm Station Gallery 1450 Henry St

TORONTO Bisa Bennett & Ernesto Graditi opening 6-8pm Leonardo Galleries 133 Avenue Rd

TORONTO Lee Hassall artist talk 6-8pm Toronto Free Gallery 1277 Bloor St W

TORONTO Kiana Hayeri opening 7-9pm I.M.A Gallery 80 Spadina Ave

GUELPH Suzy Lake opening & artist talk 4-6pm Macdonald Stewart Art Centre 258 Gordon St

DURHAM Paul Roorda opening 2-4pm 251 George St E

WINNIPEG “Migrating Landscapes” opening 7pm Winnipeg Art Gallery 300 Memorial Blvd

REGINA “Thursday Night Live!” event 7:30pm MacKenzie Art Gallery 3475 Albert St

CALGARY “REMIX” closing party 7pm +15 Window Space EPCOR Centre 205 8 Ave SE 2 fl

CALGARY Laura Millard opening 6-8pm SKEW Gallery 1615 10 Ave SW

CALGARY “Painting Program Silent Auction” opening (no time listed) rm 371 / “2012 All Faculty Exhibition” opening 5-7pm Illingworth Kerr Gallery / “Miniature Show & Silent Auction” closing reception 5:30-8:30 Main Mall / Ruth Scheuing artist talk 6:30-8pm ACAD Boardroom / “Art & Design Now” talk 7pm Standford Perrott Lecture Theatre / “Fibre Fortnight” closing reception 8:30pm Alberta College of Art & Design 1407 14 Ave W

FRIDAY MARCH 16

HALIFAX Sara MacCulloch / Roger Loft first day Studio 21 Fine Art 1223 Lower Water St

MONTREAL “Traffic: Part 2” opening 5:30-7:30pm Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen #LB-1651400 boul de Maisonneuve O

MONTREAL “Constellation & Correspondences” opening / VOX 2-22 re-opening 6pm VOX #401 2 rue Ste-Catherine E

OTTAWA “Collecting York Wilson” curator’s tour 5:30pm Ottawa Art Gallery 2 Daly Ave

NORTH BAY “Performing Politics” talk & performance 5:30—8:30pm Nipissing University A224 -100 College Dr

TORONTO Lee Hassall performance 8pm Toronto Free Gallery 1277 Bloor St W

HAMILTON Andrea Blanar / gallery artists / Janice Peshke opening 7-10pm Gallery on the Bay 231 Bay St N

WINNIPEG “Reflecting Lives” screenings 7pm Cinematheque – Winnipeg Film Group 100 Arthur St

VANCOUVER Wang Jianwei & Kan Xuan opening 8pm Centre A 2 W Hastings St

SATURDAY MARCH 17

MONTREAL “Typographic Poster Workshop” 12-6pm Skol #314 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Roberto Pellegrinuzzi first day Pierre-François Ouellette #216 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL “Don’t Call it a Comeback” opening 2pm Diagonale #203 5455 ave de Gaspé

MONTREAL Scott Wallis & Oli Sorenson opening 3pm Optica #508 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

KINGSTON Jason Paradis / Chrissy Poitras openings 7pm Modern Fuel Artist Run Centre 21 Queen St

NORTHBAY Jordan Bennet performance 2-2:30pm Treaty Learning Centre 4th fl library Nipissing University 100 College Dr

TORONTO Michael Dumontier opening 2-5pm MKG127 127 Ossington Ave

REGINA “T-Shirt Silk Screening & Graphic Explorations” workshop 1-3pm Dunlop Art Gallery 2311 12 Ave

EDMONTON Jim Stokes opening 2-4pm Scott Gallery 10411-124 St

CALGARY “SNAPSHOT” fundraising event 12-5pm reception 7pm TRUCK Contemporary 815 1 St SW

VANCOUVER Wang Jianwei & Shengtian Zheng talk 1-3pm Centre A 2 W Hastings St

VANCOUVER Keith Wallace talk 3pm Contemporary Art Gallery 555 Nelson St

VANCOUVER Keith Hiscock opening & demo 1-4pm Granville Fine Art 2447 Granville St

SUNDAY MARCH 18

WHITBY Meryl McMaster opening 1pm talk 1:30pm Station Gallery 1450 Henry St

KITCHENER “Expressions 37” / “In|sight” / Chris Flanagan opening 2pm Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery 101 Queen St N

WINNIPEG “Over the Top” fundraising event 2-5pm Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art 611 Main St

REGINA “Family Studio Sundays” workshop 2-4pm MacKenzie Art Gallery 3475 Albert St

SURREY “Family Day” event 12-4pm Surrey Art Gallery 13750 88 Ave

TUESDAY MARCH 20

MONTREAL “I ACT” screening 7pm La Centrale 4296 boul Saint-Laurent

SASKATOON Sylvia Matas & Michael Benjamin Brown performance 7pm aka Gallery 424 20 St W

VANCOUVER Michelle Allard, Khan Lee & Rachel Rosenfield Lafo talk 7pm SFU Gallery 7000-515 W Hastings St

WEST VANCOUVER “The First 100 Years” first day West Vancouver Museum 680-17 St

WEDNESDAY MARCH 21

MONTREALSébastian Maltais first day Galerie Dominique Bouffard #101 1000 rue Amherst

OTTAWA Pat Durr curator’s tour 5:30pm Ottawa Art Gallery 2 Daly Ave

TORONTO “Portable Mosques” opening 6:30-8pm Textile Museum of Canada 55 Centre Ave

WINNIPEG “Art for Lunch” event 12:10pm Winnipeg Art Gallery 300 Memorial Blvd

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

Want to be included in our online listings? Send information to preview@canadianart.ca at least two weeks in advance of your event.

This article was first published online on March 8, 2012.

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