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Tim Pitsiulak’s Sounding Whale – a Special Auction Item at Members’ Ink 2017

We’re pleased to announce that a very special item will be offered for silent auction at the Members’ Ink event. In addition to the silent auction of over 45 beautiful artworks created by our talented Open Studio members, we will also be silent auctioning the print Sounding Whale by artist Tim Pitsiulak. In May of […]

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Sirkku Ketola’s A Body Called Paula: Printmaking Embodied in Performance.

Sirkku Ketola will meet with the audience to gather feedback for the next iteration of A Body Called Paula
 during an Artist/Audience Conversation Drop-in: Wednesday, March 1, 4:00 – 5:00pm Part installation, part performance, this work evolves with each new appearance. In A Body Called Paula, Ketola’s printed ribbons meander and droop, physically marking out space […]

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Dave Dyment’s Substitute City: Printed Live at Open Studio’s Artist Proof Sale

This year, at Open Studio, we are so fortunate to have an artwork by Dave Dyment, commissioned specially for our annual Artist Proof Sale on December 1st. Substitute City is an altered transit map of Toronto, which includes fictional subway stops erected by film and television crews. Painstakingly researched, the graphic screenprint introduces three new lines and […]

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Mark your calendars for Editions 2015

Written by Amrita Chandra If you’re looking to enjoy a fun night of art while supporting a good cause, mark your calendars for Open Studio’s fundraiser, Editions, being held on May 14th. Previously known as 100 Prints, Editions is a refreshed take on a much loved tradition. How loved? Well, this annual art event is […]

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10 reasons I’m an OS volunteer

Written by Amitra Chandra I was introduced to Open Studio by Print Sales Manager Astrid Ho a few years ago. Having recently moved to Toronto from Boston, I was keen to get to know the local arts community. I had a great time visiting Open Studio’s galleries as well as exploring the 401 Richmond building […]