Alex R.M. Thompson
Variations on Urban Planning
September 14, 2018 – October 13, 2018
Variations on Urban Planning features work that aims to unpack the process of contemporary city building, drawing on the order/disorder of the construction site as its primary motif.
The Figure: Trials and Tribulations
June 15, 2018 – July 14, 2018
The Figure: Trials and Tribulations explores Nancy Hanada's struggles with experimentation and balancing reality versus imagination in creating figures using monotype printmaking. It is a journey that includes triumphs, disasters and happy accidents.
May 11, 2018 – June 9, 2018
Susan Cunningham elevates the gifts given to her by her students (she is an adult language teacher) by recreating them on paper four or more times their original size. They take on a monumental presence that honours the people who gifted them.
March 23, 2018 – April 21, 2018
Rebecca Cowan is a printmaker, book artist and arts educator based in Kingston, Ontario. Through her monotype series, Cowan explores how the ongoing conflict between security and freedom contributes to inner strength and psychological resilience.
February 15, 2018 – March 17, 2018
Laine Groeneweg is a printmaker currently living in Hamilton, Canada. His latest work examines the properties of rust and its ability to be both an indicator of decay and the passage of time.
the waiting is the doing of the day – Don Phillips Scholarship Exhibition
January 12, 2018 – February 10, 2018
Josh Brien is an artist from Calgary, Alberta. His art is a tool for pointing, gesturing towards a reality found in the warmth of sunlight on skin or the prickle of grass under bare feet.
Press Photo Antarctica
October 20, 2017 – November 18, 2017
Kristie MacDonald’s art practice is concerned with the preservation and destruction of documents as a means by which societies amass information, interpret evidence and construct histories.
September 15, 2017 – October 14, 2017
Jeannette Nguyen’s work is illustrative in style, comical with strokes of whimsy. She works with themes revolving around subconscious anxieties often pertaining to nature, animals, the environment and our human relationship to these things.
June 16, 2017 – July 15, 2017
SPEAK FREELY is composed of light and shadow filtered through digitally produced papercuts, a cacophony of gestures and symbols that imitate sharing and appropriation across traditions, beliefs and practices.
May 12, 2017 – June 10, 2017
Dorona Zierler’s current work takes the form of hand-printed clothing to act as a physical representation of a mental state, representing and reinterpreting various tropes related to the psyche.