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Canadian Art

Full Opening and Event Listings

Across Canada Jan 8 to 14 2009
An exhibition of Montrealer Julie Beugin's paintings opens Friday, January 9, at Paul Petro in Toronto. An exhibition of Montrealer Julie Beugin's paintings opens Friday, January 9, at Paul Petro in Toronto.

An exhibition of Montrealer Julie Beugin's paintings opens Friday, January 9, at Paul Petro in Toronto.

THURSDAY JANUARY 8

HALIFAX Lynn Rotin first day Craig Gallery Alderney Landing

TRURO Lise Durling opening 7pm McCarthy Gallery 36 Arthur St

MONTREAL David Elliott opening 6pm Galerie McClure 350 ave Victoria

MONTREAL Mathieu Latulippe/Marc-Antoine K Phaneuf first day Centre Clark 5455 ave de Gaspé

MONTREAL Bas Jan Ader opening & “Function/Fonction” book launch 5pm Dazibao 4001 rue Berri #202

MONTREAL Theresa Sapergia/Geoffrey Jones opening 6-9pm Parisian Laundry 3550 St-Antoine O

TORONTO Max Dean opening 6-8pm Nicholas Metivier Gallery 451 King St W

TORONTO Jon McCurley performance 8pm Gallery TPW 56 Ossington Ave

TORONTO Victor Romão opening 6-9pm Open Studio 104-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Kate Tarini opening 6-8pm Toronto Image Works 207-80 Spadina Ave

TORONTO Robin Collyer/Mona Kamal opening 8:30-10:30pm YYZ 140-401 Richmond St W

WATERLOO Susan Detwiler/Crystal Mowry opening 5-8pm Render University of Waterloo 200 University Ave W

WINNIPEG Jennifer Stillwell artist talk 7pm Plug In 286 McDermot Ave

CALGARY Sarah Anne Johnson/Richard Boulet opening 6-8pm Boulet artist talk 6:30pm Illingworth Kerr Gallery 1407 14 Ave NW

CALGARY Blake Senini opening 6-8pm Skew Gallery 1615 10 Ave SW

VANCOUVER Barbara Fischer lecture 6:30pm Frederic Lasserre Building 6333 Memorial Rd

VANCOUVER Philippe Raphanel opening 6-8pm Equinox Gallery 2321 Granville St

VANCOUVER Jeremy Hof opening 6-9pm Blanket 235 Alexander St


FRIDAY JANUARY 9

HALIFAX Doug Guildford opening 8pm Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery 5865 Gorsebrook Ave

MONCTON Mathieu Léger/Issiah Hill opening 8pm Galerie sans nom 140 rue Botsford

MONTREAL Guillaume La Brie/Jo-Anne Balcaen opening 5pm Galerie B312 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #403

MONTREAL Craig Welch/Barbara Kerr opening 6:30pm Galerie Wilder & Davis 275 Rachel E

OTTAWA Deborah Margo opening 5:30-9pm Patrick Mikhail Gallery 2401 Bank St

OTTAWA “New Year, New Work” opening 7-10pm Dale Smith Gallery 137 Beechwood Ave

TORONTO “Mis[place]d: Animals Lost and Found” opening 7-10pm Xpace 58 Ossington Ave

TORONTO Keijo Tapanainen reception 7-9pm Brayham Contemporary Art 1318 Queen St E

TORONTO Suzanne Caines opening 7-9pm Red Head Gallery 115-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO “Trickx of Light” screening 6pm & 7:30pm curator talk 7pm Vtape 452-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Hans Gindlesberger/Nicholas Knight artist talks 6-7pm opening 7-9pm Gallery 44 120-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Julie Beugin/Gretchen Sankey opening 7-10pm Paul Petro 980 Queen St W

TORONTO “Street Poets and Visionaries: Selections from the Ubuweb Collection”/Craig Leonard opening 7pm Mercer Union 1286 Bloor St W

TORONTO “Word Up?” opening 7-10pm Le Gallery 1183 Dundas St W

PETERBOROUGH Mendelson Joe/“We’re All In the Suds”/Erin Parker/“The Making of Peterborough Time” opening 7-9pm Art Gallery of Peterborough 250 Crescent St

REGINA Kyle Herranen opening 5:30-8pm Nouveau Gallery 2146 Albert St

CALGARY Graeme Patterson artist talk 2pm ACAD 1407 14 Ave NW

CALGARY Nancy Price/Robyn Moody opening 8pm Stride 1004 Macleod Tr SE

CALGARY Graeme Patterson opening 6-8pm Trépanier Baer Gallery 999 8 St SW

CALGARY Jen Hutton & Troy Ouellette opening 8pm Truck 815 1 St SW

VANCOUVER Azin Seraj first day Vivo 1965 Main St


SATURDAY JANUARY 10

HALIFAX Jason WF Fitzpatrick performance 7:30-9:30pm MSVU Art Gallery 166 Bedford Hwy

MONTREAL Glenn Lewis opening 5pm Oboro 4001 rue Berri

MONTREAL Nikki Forrest/Manon Labreque/Rober Racine opening 5pm SBC 372 Ste Catherine O

MONTREAL Kristan Horton/Marcel Duchamp/Angela Grauerholz opening 4pm Vox 1211 boul St-Laurent

TORONTO Mike Disfarmer & Annie Leibovitz screening 3pm Camera 1028 Queen St W

TORONTO “Preview 2009” opening Mira Godard Gallery 22 Hazelton Ave

TORONTO Sung Ja Kim/Linda Heffernan opening 2-5pm Loop 1174 Queen St W

TORONTO Drew Burnham first day Bau-Xi Gallery 340 Dundas St W

TORONTO Sky Glabush opening 2-5pm MKG127 127 Ossington Ave

BRANTFORD JC Heywood first day Glenhyrst Art Gallery 20 Ava Rd

WINDSOR “Bertram Brooker and Vitalism” first day Art Gallery of Windsor 401 Riverside Dr W

CALGARY Bryan Ryley opening 2-5pm Paul Kuhn Gallery 724 11 Ave SW

VANCOUVER Liz Magor artist talk 2pm opening 3-5pm Simon Fraser University Gallery 8888 University Dr

VANCOUVER Casey McGlynn first day Bau-Xi Gallery 3045 Granville St


SUNDAY JANUARY 11

TORONTO Shawn Micallef talk 2pm Power Plant 231 Queens Quay W

MONDAY JANUARY 12

TORONTO “Best of the 2008 Toronto Outdoor Art Exhibition” FCP Gallery 100 King St W


TUESDAY JANUARY 13

MONTREAL Maude Léonard-Contant opening 7pm Plein Sud 150 rue De Gentilly E

MONTREAL Moynan King, Nathalie Claude & Paul-Patrick Charbonneau opening 7pm Articule 262 Fairmount O

REGINA Daniel Barrow performance 7pm Regina Public Library Film Theatre 2311 12 Ave


WEDNESDAY JANUARY 14

MONTREAL “Flash Forward” first day Art Mur 5826 St-Hubert

TORONTO “Director’s Selection” first day Lonsdale Gallery 410 Spadina Rd

HAMILTON “Bread and Chocolate” screening 7pm Art Gallery of Hamilton 123 King St

WINNIPEG “Revolver Downtown One”/Les Newman opening 5-8pm Gallery One One One FitzGerald Building University of Manitoba

This article was first published online on January 8, 2009.

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