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Winnie Truong, In The Hood, 2011. Part of the exhibition, Likeness. Pencil crayon on paper. 14 x 11 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.



Fall 2011 Visual Arts Exhibitions

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Everyone:FREE

The artists featured this fall at Harbourfront Centre include Lyn Carter, Susan Warner Keene, Don Maynard, Lois Schklar, Suzanne Nacha, Nick Chase, Deborah Freeman, Joy Charbonneau, Derek McLeod, Cristina Covello, Jennifer Graham, Siwen Huang, Katherine Morley, Elaine Ng Yan Ling, Jonathan Sabine, Naomi Yasui, Clare Samuel, Jennifer Murphy, Brett Gundlock, Bruce Horak, Catherine Lane, Petra Malá Miller, Serena McCarroll, Louie Palu, Winnie Truong, Ben Walmsley and Astrid Ho.

In the architecture gallery, Too Tall? takes on the urban landscape while Twenty + Change 03 continues the biennial showcase of emerging Canadian architects and designers. Pecha-Kucha Night, held alongside the fall exhibition opening reception, brings together a selection of Twenty + Change 03 participants with other speakers for fast-paced presentations of their projects.

Fall 2011: Visual Arts


ALL THE WORLD: Examining maps and our perceptions thereof.
IN DEEP: An exploration of the language of painting.
LIKENESS: The power and possibilities of portraits.
MATERIAL EXPLORATIONS: New materials and contexts explored.
MOON   CIRCLE   VOID: Artists delve into the mysteries of the universe.
NATURAL ELEMENTS: Where glass and ceramics meet.
PINK MOON: Musings on the moon.
VERSIONS: Families and folklore.


Fall 2011: Architecture

TOO TALL?: Looking, up, at cities.
TWENTY + CHANGE 03: Emerging Canadian designers.
PECHA-KUCHA NIGHT: Bite-sized talks on upcoming projects.

 

Join us for the public Visual Arts exhibitions opening reception on Friday, Sept. 30 from 6-10pm at Harbourfront Centre, 235 Queens Quay West. Admission to the reception and exhibitions is FREE.

 

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