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Canadian Art

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Across Canada Mar 29 to Apr 4 2012
Jessica Auer will speak about her photo-based works at Patrick Mikhail Gallery in Ottawa on Saturday, March 31. Jessica Auer will speak about her photo-based works at Patrick Mikhail Gallery in Ottawa on Saturday, March 31.

Jessica Auer will speak about her photo-based works at Patrick Mikhail Gallery in Ottawa on Saturday, March 31.


THURSDAY MARCH 29

ALMA Corine Lemieux opening 5pm Centre Sagamie 50 St-Joseph

MONTREAL Matthieu Brouillard & Donigan Cumming book launches 5-7pm FOFA Gallery 1515 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Michelle Furlong opening 5pm Galerie D’Este 1329 ave Greene

MONTREAL “Exotisme” opening 6pm Dazibao 335 boul de Maisonneuve E

MONTREAL Janet Werner / Haig Aivazian opening 6-8pm Parisian Laundry 3550 rue St-Antoine O

MARKHAM "The Iranian Art Scene of Today" screening & Sadegh Tirafkan talk 7pm Parya 344 John St

TORONTO Marcos Ramirez Erre talk 7:30pm Prefix 401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Xioaze Xie opening 6-8pm Nicholas Metivier Gallery 451 King St W

TORONTO Joachim Bandau opening 6-8pm Nicholas Metivier Gallery 451 King St W

TORONTO “Synergy” opening 7-9pm Hangman Art Gallery 756 Queen St E

TORONTO Angel Chen first day Whippersnapper Gallery 594B Dundas St W

TORONTO “The State of Things” reception 6-9pm Artscape Triangle Gallery 38 Abell St

TORONTO “Stolen Moments” opening 7-9pm Propeller 984 Queen St W

HAMILTON “Past Forward | Present Tense” opening 7-10pm Hamilton Artists Inc. 155 James St N

KITCHENER “Walk the Talk” tour 7pm Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery 101 Queen St N

WINNIPEG Chico MacMurtrie artist talk 12pm Artlab 180 Dafoe Rd

VANCOUVER Scott McFarland opening 6-8pm Monte Clark Gallery 2339 Granville St

NORTH VANCOUVER “C. 1983” panel 7:30pm Presentation House Gallery 333 Chesterfield Ave


FRIDAY MARCH 30

HALIFAX Liz Magor talk 7pm Bell Auditorium NSCAD University 5163 Duke St

HALIFAX Patrick Rapati opening 6-8pm Gallery Page and Strange 1869 Granville St

MONTREAL “Manufacturing Exhibitions (2)” symposium first day Musée d’art contemorain de Montréal 185 rue Ste-Catherine O

MONTREAL Beth Stuart opening 7pm La Centrale 4296 boul St-Laurent

MONTREAL "Annual Student Exhibition" first day Galerie McClure 350 ave Victoria

TORONTO Victoria Moon Joyce opening Gallery 78 796 Queen St

TORONTO Tessar Sebastian Lo & Mark DeLong opening 6-10pm Cooper Cole Gallery 1161 Dundas St W

TORONTO “Yesterday’s Today, Tomorrow” / Nadia Belerique / Hannah Hilary Enkel opening 7-11pm Xpace 58 Ossington Ave

OAKVILLE “Up All Night” closing party 7-9pm Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square 120 Navy St

LONDON "In the Public Eye" symposium first day “42° 59′ 81° 14′: Mapping London's International” opening 7pm Museum London 421 Ridout St N

LONDON Stephen Hutchings opening 8-10pm Michael Gibson Gallery 157 Carling St

CHATHAM José Luis Torres opening 7pm Thames Art Gallery 75 William St N

WINNIPEG Chico MacMurtrie opening 4-7pm Artlab 180 Dafoe Rd

SASKATOON “Paper Doll” talk 7pm "Paper Doll" / Clint Neufeld / "Forced Perspective" openings 8pm Mendel Art Gallery 950 Spadina Cr E

KELOWNA Okanagan Print Triennial tour 6:30pm opening 7-9pm Kelowna Art Gallery 1315 Water St

VANCOUVER Guy Ben-Ner, Fabiola Carranza & Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa opening 8pm Artspeak 233 Carrall St

VICTORIA Karen Curry reception 6-8pm Lúz Gallery1844 Oak Bay Ave


SATURDAY MARCH 31

DARTMOUTH “Berry Box Lanterns” workshop 9am-12pm Craig Gallery 2 Ochterloney St

MONTREAL Sarah Bertrand-Hamel opening 2pm Diagonale 5455 de Gaspé #203

MONTREAL “Annual Student Exhibition” opening 12pm Galerie McClure 350 ave Victoria

MONTREAL Beth Stuart artist talk 3pm La Centrale 4296 boul St-Laurent

MONTREAL “Think We Must/Convocation” performance first day 1-5pm Skol 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #314

MONTREAL "Espoir et mensonge" reception 6pm Immeuble Geoffrion & Pérodeau 229 rue Notre Dame O

OTTAWA Jessica Auer talk 2pm Patrick Mikhail Gallery 2401 Bank St

TORONTO Zev Farber opening 2-5pm Red Head Gallery 401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Garry Neill Kennedy book launch 1-4pm Art Metropole 788 King St W

TORONTO Aman Sandhu & Swapnaa Tamhane open house 2-4pm 2055 Dundas St W

TORONTO Radoslaw Kudlinski opening 1-4pm Angell Gallery 12 Ossington Ave

TORONTO John Abrams & Sung Ja Kim opening 2-5pm Loop Gallery 1273 Dundas St W

TORONTO “The Beauty of Principles: Hector Charlesworth, Kathleen Munn and the Shaping of Modern Canada” performance 1-2:30pm Spadina Museum 285 Spadina Rd

TORONTO Deborah Samuel first day Royal Ontario Museum 100 Queen’s Park

KLEINBURG “New Growth: Dialogues on the Tree” symposium 9am-6pm McMichael Canadian Art Collection 10365 Islington Ave

LONDON Jeanne Whitfield talk 1pm Museum London 421 Ridout St N

LONDON Ted Goodden opening 1-4pm Art Exchange 247 Wortley Rd

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

REGINA "ATC Make & Trade Session" 2-4pm Glen Elm Branch 1601 Dewdney Ave E

SASKATOON Lorenzo Dupuis opening 2-4pm The Gallery 228 3rd Ave

VANCOUVER J.G. Freedman first day Granville Fine Art 2447 Granville St


SUNDAY APRIL 1

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

VANCOUVER Mark Godfrey talk 4pm Contemporary Art Gallery 555 Nelson St


TUESDAY APRIL 3

LONDON “No Place: Queer Geographies on Screen” screening 7pm University College


WEDNESDAY APRIL 4

HALIFAX Cathy McKelvey first day ViewPoint Gallery 1272 Barrington St

MONTREAL “The Wolf at your Doorstep” performance 6-8pm Parisian Laundry 3550 St-Antoine O

TORONTO Diane Borsato opening 6-9pm Art Gallery of York University 4700 Keele St (bus leaves OCAD U 6pm)

TORONTO “Here and There” opening 7-11pm Steam Whistle Brewing 255 Bremner Blvd

NORTH BATTLEFORD “Mind the Gap!” first day Chapel Gallery 891 99 St N

VANCOUVER Angela Grossmann opening 6-8pm Winsor Gallery 3025 Granville St


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This article was first published online on March 29, 2012.

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