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Canadian Art

Full Opening & Event Listings

Across Canada Mar 15 to 21 2012
New installations by Paul Roorda open at the Durham Art Gallery and an abandoned Lamlash church on March 17. New installations by Paul Roorda open at the Durham Art Gallery and an abandoned Lamlash church on March 17.

New installations by Paul Roorda open at the Durham Art Gallery and an abandoned Lamlash church on March 17.


THURSDAY MARCH 15

MONTREAL OSM benefit 6pm Arsenal 2020 rue William

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

MONTREAL Abbas Akhavan / Josée Pedneault & Molly O’Dwyer / openings 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 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #527

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

OTTAWA Christian Marclay 24-hour screening 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 358 Gordon St

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 Truck +15 Window Space Epcor Centre 205 8 Ave SE 2 fl

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

CALGARY "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” panel 7pm Stanford 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 1400 boul de Maisonneuve O

MONTREAL “Art Histories" opening 6pm Vox 2 rue Ste-Catherine E

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

NORTH BAY “Performing Politics” panel 5:30-8:30pm Nipissing University 100 College Dr

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

HAMILTON Andrea Blanar / 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 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #314

MONTREAL Arsenal opening 6-8pm 2020 rue William

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

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

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

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

NORTH BAY Jordan Bennett 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

DURHAM Paul Roorda opening 2-4pm Durham Art Gallery 251 George St / Church at Grey Rd 3 & Concession Rd 6

REGINA “T-Shirt Silk Screening & Graphic Explorations” workshop 1-3pm Connaught Branch 3435 13 Ave

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

CALGARY “Snapshot” fundraising event 12-5pm reception 7pm Truck 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

MONTREAL Sébastian Maltais first day Galerie Dominique Bouffard 1000 rue Amherst #101

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

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

GUELPH Mike Nelson talk 6pm War Memorial Hall MFA Open Studios 1-5pm & 7-9pm University of Guelph

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 15, 2012.

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