Celebrated photographer Claude-Philippe Benoit comes to Oakville Galleries
Oakville Galleries is pleased to present an artist’s talk with Claude-Philippe Benoit for his upcoming exhibit entitled, Société de ville (City Society) this Friday 30 May at 6:30 pm at Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square. The exhibition will run from 31 May to 31 August 2008 at Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square. More »
You are cordially invited to join us for the . . .
TLC Project Fundraising Gala
at the Pearl Company Art Centre (16 Steven Street)
on Saturday May 31st at 6:00 PM
An evening of dinner and music celebrating the expansion of the TLC (Theatre of Liberation) Project Sessions for young people in the Landsdale neighbourhood and beyond. More »
Last year members of The Factory went up and down James Street North with cameras to record interviews and images for A Day On James Street North. We’re doing it again. This time James Street South is the subject.
Preproduction Meeting, Tuesday May 27, 7 PM
@ Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts
126 James Street South, Hamilton (across from GO station)
The shoot day is Saturday June 14 and we are asking for your help. More »
7-7:15: Opening-Kelly MacIntyre, MC
7:15-7:45: Cesar Forero Installation performance, with poety and dance
7:45-8:15: Mike Celia, Singer, Guitar
8:15-8:45: Cheryl Xavier: Poet Book Launch
8:45-9:15: The Young Guns, Improv/Comedy
9:15-10: Gerry Stewart/Jennifer MacGregor: Sax Player/Jazz More »
The Brant Taletellers is pleased to present
Aaron Bell, Ojibway Storyteller
Telling tales with the theme: “Words of the Earth”
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
Concert starts at 7:00 p.m.
Callahan’s Back Room, 10 King George Road, Brantford
Tickets: $20 Each More »
The Age of Ignorance.
Wednesday, May 21 at 7:00 pm at the Empire Jackson Square 6 Cinemas, 2 King Street West, downtown Hamilton. More »
Factory Works Screening Series in Partnership with Workers Arts & Heritage Centre present
May Day: Think Anti-Globalization – Act Locally
May 9 2008 — Doors open 7 PM / Screening at 7:30 PM
at THE FACTORY: Hamilton Media Arts Centre
126 James Street North, Hamilton More »
Thursday May 8th, 7pm In support of “End Breast Cancer”
Fund raiser by Frank, Sandra and Rebecca Strauss for their 60km walk in the “Weekend to End Breast Cancer”
Tickets $50.00 (Tax receipt available)
Includes theatre performance, beer & wine tasting and appetizers.
For tickets – call (905) 690-7889
Every year the Carnegie Gallery lets our community’s aspiring artists take over the gallery for an exciting, entirely self-directed exhibition featuring secondary school student work.
April 29 – May 4, 2008
Reception May 2, 7- 9:00
Dundas High Schools – Parkside & Highland More »
May 2: This trip focuses on galleries east of the centre of town. We will start with the Imperial Cotton Centre for the Arts Opening of its newest facility, The Paper Box Studios on Cumberland Avenue and then head to 270 Sherman for the exciting new T H & B Collective’s current exhibition. More »
Tabletop Intimacies: a discussion led by author Kate Taylor.
Thursday, May 15 at the Central Branch of the Oakville Pubic Library at Centennial Square in the Auditorium at 7:00pm
In partnership with the Oakville Public Library, Globe and Mail cultural critic and author, Kate Taylor will read briefly from her novels, and discuss the artistic power of mealtimes both in her own writing and in the photographs of What We Bring to the Table (on display at Gairloch Gardens). More »
Busted: When all else fails, a sense of humour will get you home. Silverglen’s one-woman show is a spirited romp that takes you on a journey from the quaint life of an ‘out’ urban lesbian mother to the frightening fairytale landscape of a cancer diagnosis and finally her whirlwind transformation to healthy survivor and activist. Silverglen whisks you away to the land of ‘Awwws’ with humour and grace!
May3, 2 pm at The Pearl Company (Opus Mundi Festival Schedule)
Toto, I Don’t Think We’re In Kansas Anymore…
The Centre for Cultural Management at the University of Waterloo (UW) is collaborating with the Center for Arts Management and Technology at Carnegie Mellon University to host a Technology in the Arts Conference in Waterloo, May 9&10. More »
Wellington Artists’ Gallery and Art Centre.
Featured Artist: May 1-May 31 is Jerre Davidson, Glass Artist.
Opening Reception is Sat. May 10 from 2pm till 4pm.
Please visit www.wellingtonartistsgallery.ca for details
The Grand Opening of Wellington Artists’ Gallery and Art Centre will take place Sat May 3-
2pm at 6142 Wellington Rd 29, RR4 Fergus, On. The Gallery will be open daily from 10am
to 5pm, May 1 until mid- Nov annually. Wonderful works in many disciplines are on display
and for sale. Many interesting workshops are being scheduled throughout the summer. In
addition to the exhibition of regular Artist Members, Guest Artists will display their works
for month-long periods throughout the season.
Visit our website www.wellingtonartistsgallery.ca for directions, info about becoming a
member and current Member Galleries. Plan to join us for the Grand Opening.
At Gallery 435, 435 Barton St. Ham, May 09. Exquisite Corpse Three different screens; 3 different artists; three minutes each sharing just a tidbit of info with each other. Triple
Screen Video Show, Show times 7:00 pm and 12:00 am one night only, call 905 526 9102.
At J.W.Bush Gallery, 459 Main W Ham, Photographs by Michael Mulley, May 09 – June 13.
Opening rec. May 09 7:00 -10:00 pm
In Buffalo at College Street Gallery, May 10, from Hamilton; Bob Ezergailis, Ellis Bateson, William Ferguson, Santo Barbieri, Jeff Bush. May 10 – June 13
Opening rec May 10 7:00 pm http://collegestreetgallery.tripod.com/collegestreet.htm
C O N R A D F U R E Y G A L L E R Y
The Conrad Furey Gallery invites you to our Grand Opening May 3 and 4
433 Maple Ave. (at King St. East) Hamilton On.
Featuring Major Works by the late Conrad Furey.
Opening Reception: May 3 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM and May 4 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
To view Conrad’s work and for more info on the artist go to http://www.conradfurey.com/
The Art Gallery of Hamilton is pleased to announce the return of its eagerly anticipated Art Sale, a unique art sales event featuring original works by more than 50 local and regional artists, Thursday, May 1 (12 noon to 9 pm), Friday, May 2 (12 noon to 9 pm), Saturday, May 3 (12 noon to 5 pm) and Sunday, May 4 (12 noon to 5 pm). More »
April 11: This ‘Second’ Friday we will visit 270 Sherman at which time we will take in the exciting new T H & B Collective’s current exhibition as well as the artist’s studios of the Imperial Cotton Centre for the Arts. We will then wend our way to the James North Art Crawl and now that his renovations are completed, Bill Powell’s Studio Gallery where we will see the marvelously changed studio space and gallery of the Tiger Group. More »
22nd Pelham Art Festival 2008 Mothers Day Weekend May 9, 10 and 11.
Friday, May 9th 7-10pm Gala Evening. This year, live jazz music will be featured throughout the 3 day event. The Friday evening Gala will feature Toronto singer and Canadian idol vocal coach Sarah Morrison and her band, Marty Anderson on piano. accompanist for Michael Burgess and other top vocalists; Niagara’s own Jim Casson on drums. More »
with Alan Gasser and Becca Whitla, world and community musicians. Sat May 3 at 9:00 a.m. (registration & refreshments), workshop 9:30 – 4:00
MacNeill Baptist Church, SW corner of King West and Cline in Westdale, Hamilton
$70 all materials, lunch & refreshments included or $65 with “bring a friend” or register with payment by April 21st.
For more info, or to register please contact: Sue Crowe Connolly, email@example.com or 905-544-1302
T H & B: Resuscitating the common name of the defunct Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway, which operated out of Hamilton from 1895-1987, 21 visual artists respond to the post-industrial context of the 3rd floor at 270 Sherman, a former textile mill located in the industrial heart of Hamilton.
270 Sherman is North of Barton Street at Lansdowne Avenue
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 12 @ 8:00 pm More »
Village Theatre (Waterdown) collected over 40 stories from local immigrants. Leaving Home, Coming Home is the result. This theatrical event recounts these histories in a collage of music, drama, comedy, poetry and dance. Created by Village Theatre Waterdown, directed by Lisbie Rae, conceived by Michael Rae. Performed at Memorial Hall, 317 Dundas St. (Hwy 5), Waterdown. April 25, 26, May 1, 2, 3, 8*, 9, 10 at 8:00 p.m., May 3 at 2:00 p.m. More »