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Across Canada Mar 19 to 25 2009
Ian Carr-Harris’s new exhibition of text-based blackboard works and a reconstruction of Samuel de Champlain’s original Quebec City Habitation opens at Susan Hobbs Gallery in Toronto on Thursday, March 19.
Ian Carr-Harris’s new exhibition of text-based blackboard works and a reconstruction of Samuel de Champlain’s original Quebec City Habitation opens at Susan Hobbs Gallery in Toronto on Thursday, March 19.

Ian Carr-Harris’s new exhibition of text-based blackboard works and a reconstruction of Samuel de Champlain’s original Quebec City Habitation opens at Susan Hobbs Gallery in Toronto on Thursday, March 19.



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THURSDAY MARCH 19

MONTREAL “Hochelaga Revisited” opening & performance 5:30pm Montreal arts interculturels 3680 rue Jeanne-Mance

MONTREAL Ianick Raymond opening 6-9pm Galerie Orange 81 rue St-Paul E

MONTREAL Sara A Tremblay opening 5pm Les Territoires 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #527

MONTREAL Danièle Desnoyers workshop 3-6pm Galerie de l’UQAM 1400 rue Berri

MONTREAL “Dis/location”/“Mouvance”/“Diagonale 1”/“Habanart”/“Born Rich, Getting Poorer” edition launches 5-7pm Librairie Le port de tête 262 ave Mont-Royal E

MONTREAL Sophie Jodoin opening 6pm Battat Contemporary 7245 rue Alexandra #100

MONTREAL Michael Snow screenings 5pm & 8pm DHC Art Foundation 468 rue St-Jean

TORONTO Ian Carr-Harris opening 7-9pm Susan Hobbs Gallery 137 Tecumseth St

TORONTO “Toronto Art Expo” first day Metro Toronto Convention Centre 255 Front St W

TORONTO Marcelle Ferron first day Ingram Gallery 49 Avenue Rd

TORONTO Jennifer Fisher & Jim Drobnick lecture 7pm Ryerson Image Arts Building 122 Bond St

TORONTO Zachari Logan, Raymond Waters, Maleonn, Rudolf and Anouk Bikkers & Jean Charles opening 6-9pm Craig Scott Gallery 95 Berkeley St

TORONTO Harun Farocki first day Prefix ICA 401 Richmond St W

TORONTO Teresa Aversa/Michelle Galletta opening 6-9pm Board of Directors 1080 Queen St W

TORONTO Robert Lendrum opening 6-9pm Ryerson Gallery 305-80 Spadina Ave

TORONTO Diane Landry opening 7-9pm talk 7:30pm Beaver Hall Gallery 29 McCaul St

TORONTO “Meeting Point” opening 5-9pm artist & curator talk 7pm Doris McCarthy Gallery 1265 Military Tr

HAMILTON Allyson Mitchell interview & book launch 6-8pm McMaster University Art Gallery 1280 Main St W

WINNIPEG Lani Maestro lecture 8pm Plug In ICA 286 McDermot Ave

CALGARY Marjie Crop Eared Wolf reception 7pm Epcor Centre 205 8 Ave SE

VANCOUVER Charles Arnoldi first day Buschlen Mowatt Galleries 1445 W Georgia St


FRIDAY MARCH 20

QUEBEC CITY Antonello Curcio opening 5pm La chambre blanche 185 rue Christophe-Colomb

TORONTO Janet Morton/Andrew Harwood openings 7-10pm Paul Petro Contemporary Art 980 Queen St W

TORONTO Lyn Carter artist talk 6:30pm Textile Museum of Canada 55 Centre Ave

GUELPH “Mixing the Message: Painting and Translation” symposium 10am-5:30pm Macdonald Stewart Art Centre 358 Gordon St

NIAGARA FALLS “Terra Incognita” artist talk 7pm R@ Gallery 4507 Queen St

SASKATOON Sascha Hastings curator lecture 2pm Saskatoon Public Library

REGINA “Logotopia” opening 7:30pm Dunlop Art Gallery 2311 12 Ave

KAMLOOPS “Reading Kamloops” opening 5pm Arnica 232 Victoria St


SATURDAY MARCH 21

MONTREAL Trevor Gould opening 2-5pm Galerie Lilian Rodriguez 372 rue Ste-Catherine O #405

MONTREAL Jean-Maxime Dufresne talk 3pm Skol 372 Ste-Catherine O #314

MONTREAL Martin Bureau opening 5pm Plein Sud 150 rue de Gentilly E

TORONTO Marcelle Ferron reception 2-4pm Ingram Gallery 49 Avenue Rd

TORONTO Deanna Bowen first day WARC 122-401 Richmond St W

TORONTO “Harry and Tonto” screening 3pm Camera 1028 Queen St W

TORONTO Diane White/Kara Williams/Robert D Oke/WhiteFeather openings 2-5pm Gallery 1313 1313 Queen St W

TORONTO Jessica Roberts, Edward Gadjel & Dominic Nahr opening 1-4pm O’Born Contemporary 710 Yonge St

TORONTO Lucy Baker, Steve Brent, Joseph Drapell, John Gittins, Graham Peacock & Jerald Webster opening 2-5pm Museum of New New Painting 123 Bellwoods Ave

TORONTO K. Nicol opening 2-5pm MKG127 127 Ossington Ave

ST CATHARINES Scott Waters artist talk 2pm Rodman Hall Arts Centre 109 St Paul Cr

REGINA Sascha Hastings curator lecture 2pm Regina Public Library 2311 12 Ave

BANFF Richard Cole first day Canada House Gallery 201 Bear St

KELOWNA Eliza Au, Ian Johnston & Lylian Klimek first day Kelowna Art Gallery 1315 Water St

VANCOUVER Jo-Anne Birnie-Danzker & Jordon Strom curator talks 1pm Artspeak 233 Carrall St


SUNDAY MARCH 22

HALIFAX Susan Feindel artist talk 2pm MSVU Art Gallery 166 Bedford Hwy

MONTREAL Jess Dobkin artist talk 11am-1pm La Centrale 4696 blvd St-Laurent

TORONTO University of Toronto Galleries Bus Tour 12-5pm departs 7 Hart House Circle


MONDAY MARCH 23

TORONTO Anitra Hamilton artist talk 3pm Arts & Admin Building University of Toronto at Scarborough 1265 Military Tr


TUESDAY MARCH 24

TORONTO Anne Lacaton lecture 6:30pm University of Toronto Faculty of Architecture 230 College St


WEDNESDAY MARCH 25

MONTREAL “Qallunajatut (Urban Inuk)” screening 6pm Montreal arts interculturels 3680 rue Jeanne-Mance

WINNIPEG Issa Nyaphaga performance 7-8:30pm Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall University of Winnipeg 515 Portage Ave

This article was first published online on March 19, 2009.

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