Today is the official reception of exhibition ‘Stories of the City’ in Toronto, Canada, you are welcome to see Valerie Wolf Gang’s work ‘La vue a travers la fenetre’ among others.
The reception schedule:
1-3 pm: SB Contemporary Art
(1017 Church Street)
2:30 pm: Performance by Patricia Coates
3 pm: stratigraphic walk led by the Hamilton Perambulatory Unit, departs from 1017 Church Street.
6-9 pm: 33 University Ave
Performance by Nicholas Balaisis
Food from The Carvery
Stills from the video ‘La vue a travers la fenetre’ by Valerie Wolf Gang
Stories of the City is a wide-ranging exhibition that includes work from over 35 artists, architects and designers whose practices explore the contemporary urban experience. Contributions from students enrolled in the Curating as Cultural Practice and Urban Ecologies courses in the School of Creative Arts (University of Windsor), accompany new work by faculty and alumni from the school. Additionally, nationally and internationally recognized artists from Canada and abroad have contributed media works to the exhibition. The exhibition is curated by the IN/TERMINUS Research Group and funded by the Epicentre at the University of Windsor as part of our downtown transitions activities in advance of the opening of the new School of Creative Arts in the former Tilston Armouries in the Fall of 2017.
Exhibitions will take place two venues:
SB Contemporary, 1017 Church Street Open 12pm – 4pm, Wednesday through Saturday November 6 – 23, 2015
33 University Ave. West Open 1pm – 6pm, Friday and Saturday November 20 – December 5, 2015 (or by appointment)
PARTICIPATING ARTISTS: Donna Akrey, Kiki Athanassiadis, Amanda White, Ken Giles, Taien Ng-Chan, June Pak, Shauna Janssen + Alana Bartol, Nicholas Balaisis, Leyla Munteanu, Iain Baxter&, Brenda Pelkey, Cyndra MacDowall, Sigi Torinus, Jessica Sarrazin, Mary Porter, Lucy Palustris, Christopher McNamara, Jodi Green, Aaron Moran, Phil Hoffman, Nadja Pelkey + Joey Stewart, Valerie Wolf Gang, Jennie Suddick, Troy Ouellette, Dan Bernyk, Brent Lee, Brian Brown, Anne-Marie Romanko, Jeff Noonan, Dorian Moore, Ken Hudak, David Bergeron, The Hamilton Perambulatory Unit, DETROITography and Broken City Lab + students in Stories of the City and Curating as Cultural Practice courses at the School of Creative Arts.