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Canadian Art

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Across Canada Mar 22 to 28 2012
An opening reception for new works by Matt Schust takes place at Cambridge Galleries Preston on March 28. An opening reception for new works by Matt Schust takes place at Cambridge Galleries Preston on March 28.

An opening reception for new works by Matt Schust takes place at Cambridge Galleries Preston on March 28.


THURSDAY MARCH 22

LÉVIS Charles Fleury opening 5pm Regart 5956 rue Ste-Laurent

MONTREAL Mattieu Brouillard & Donigan Cumming / Shannon Collis opening & catalogue launch 5-7pm FOFA Gallery Concordia University 1515 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Patrice Duhamel screening 6pm Centre Clark #114 5455 Ave de Gaspé

KINGSTON Terrance Houle & Adrian Stimson performance 7pm Renaissance Event Venue 285 Queen St

TORONTO Lauren Poon opening 7-10pm Gladstone Hotel 1214 Queen St W

TORONTO Ghada Amer & Reza Farkhondeh artist talk 6:30pm OCAD U 100 McCaul St

TORONTO Chris Kline / Manon De Pauw opening 6-8pm Diaz Contemporary 100 Niagara St

TORONTO “Monitor 8: South Asian Short Film & Video” screenings 7:30pm Innis Town Hall 2 Sussex Ave

TORONTO Natalie Matutschovsky talk 7-9pm Ryerson University Image Arts bldg IMA 307 - 22 Bond St

TORONTO “Made in Canada” opening 6-8pm Artscape Triangle Gallery 38 Abell St

TORONTO Liz Coucean opening 7-9pm Everyone Is An Artist Gallery 104-302 Carlaw Ave

TORONTO Team Macho book launch 6-8pm shopAGO 317 Dundas St W

WINDSOR David Liss talk 7-9pm Art Gallery of Windsor 401 Riverside Dr W

BANFF Andrew Querner artist talk 7pm Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies 111 Bear St

VERNON Doug Alcock & Ortansa Moraru / Briar Craig opening 6-9pm Headbones / The Drawers Gallery 6700 Old Kamloops Rd


FRIDAY MARCH 23

HALIFAX Sara McCulloch / Roger Loft opening 5-7pm Studio 21 Fine Art 1223 Lower Water St

MONTREAL Geneviève Rocher / Frédéric Saia opening 5pm Occurrence 5277 ave du Parc

MONTREAL “Revus” opening 5pm Galerie B-312 #403 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

OTTAWA Jessica Auer opening 5:30pm-9pm Patrick Mikhail Gallery 2401 Ban St

TORONTO “Commerce by Artists” book launch & talk 5-7pm Hart House 7 Hart House Circ 2nd fl after party 9pm-2am Double Double Land 209 Augusta Ave

TORONTO Lev Manovich workshop 2-5:30pm talk 6:45pm OCAD U 100 McCaul St

TORONTO Pamila Matharu gallery tour 6:30pm Onsite [at] OCAD U 230 Richmond St W

LONDON Amin Rehman opening 8pm McIntosh Gallery University of Western Ontario

CALGARY Turner Prize* first day New Gallery 212-100 7 Ave SW

CALGARY Bertrand R. Pitt opening 8pm TRUCK Contemporary 815 1 St SW

NORTH VANCOUVER “c. 1983 part 2” opening 7pm Presentation House Gallery 333 Chesterfield Ave


SATURDAY MARCH 24

HALIFAX “Body Tracks” opening 2-4pm MSVU Art Gallery 166 Bedford Hwy

CHICOUTIMI “et al.” opening & publication launch 3pm Séquence 132 rue Racine E

MONTREAL Patrice Duhamel guided tour 2pm Centre Clark #114 5455 Ave de Gaspé

MONTREAL Georges Audet / Sarah Bertrand-Hamel opening 4-6pm Galerie Joyce Yahouda #516 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL David Gillanders opening 3pm Galerie Trois Points 372 rue Ste-Catherine O

LAVAL Amélie Brisson-Darveau / Jean-Maxime Dufresne / François Quévillon opening 2pm Galerie Verticale 503 boul. de la Concorde O

TORONTO “Them F*ckin Robots” screening & talk 8pm Library Bldg Ryerson University 350 Victoria St

TORONTO Daryl Vocat & Ken Moffatt talk 1pm KWT Contemporary 624 Richmond St W

TORONTO Zin Taylor opening 4-6pm Jessica Bradley Art + Projects 1450 Dundas St W

TORONTO Celia Neubauer opening 3-6pm General Hardware Contemporary 1520 Queen St W

TORONTO Itamar Jobani first day Julie M. Gallery 15 Mill St bldg 103

TORONTO Sharon Switzer opening 2-5pm Corkin Gallery 55 Mill St bldg 61

TORONTO Ben Kinmont edition launch 2-5pm Art Metropole 788 King St W

TORONTO “The Self-Portrait Show” first day Mira Godard Gallery 22 Hazelton Ave

TORONTO “Lastin March” juried show opening 12pm Bezpala Brown Gallery 17 Church St

LONDON Irene Avaalaaqiaq first day Museum London 421 Ridout St N

WINNIPEG “And all watched over by machines of loving grace” / “A Moon or a Button” / “Like-Minded” exhibitions tour 3pm / “Close Encounters” publication launch 7pm Plug-In ICA 1-460 Portage Ave

CALGARY Jonathan Forrest / Cybèle Young openings 1-4pm Newzones 730 11 Ave SW

BANFF “The Rocky Mountain Photography Show” opening 1-4pm Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies 111 Bear St

VERNON Doug Alcock & Ortansa Moraru / Briar Craig opening 6-9pm Headbones Gallery 6700 Old Kamloops Rd

KAMLOOPS Esther Shalev-Gerz artist talk 5:30pm opening 6:30pm Kamloops Art Gallery 465 Victoria St


SUNDAY MARCH 25

TORONTO “The Ecampment – Sneak Peek” event 1-3pm Historic Fort York Blue Barracks 100 Garrison Rd

TORONTO Yael Brotman / Tara Cooper artist talk 3pm loop Gallery 1273 Dundas St W

LONDON “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory” screening 3pm Museum London 421 Ridout St N

VANCOUVER Carla Nappi talk 3pm Contemporary Art Gallery 555 Nelson St

VANCOUVER Ray Ellenwood & Janine Carreau talk 1:30pm Baron Gallery 293 Columbia St


TUESDAY MARCH 27

ACROSS CANADA Earth Day Webinar with IAIN BAXTER& 7-8:30pm ago.net


WEDNESDAY MARCH 28

DARTMOUTH “Green Basketry” opening 7-9pm Craig Gallery at Alderney Landing 2 Ochterloney St

TORONTO Aman Sandhu & Swapnaa Tamhane performance first day 2055 Dundas St W

TORONTO Jules Koostachin opening 7-10pm WARC Gallery 122-401 Richmond St W

CAMBRIDGE Matt Schust opening 6:30pm Cambridge Galleries Preston 435 King St E

LETHBRIDGE “Pink Ribbon, Inc.” screening 7pm La Cité des Prairies 2104 6 Ave S

This article was first published online on March 22, 2012.

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