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Geoffrey Pugen and Jeremy Bailey

Phase 2 of What Goes Around Comes Around is coming to a close. Geoff and Jeremy have taken the space as left by Phase 1 art collective Life of a Craphead, envisioning a proposal for a future movie theatre. XPACE will host a Closing Reception for Bailey and Pugen at 7pm on Thursday July 28th.

Melissa Fisher

Melissa continues to evolve her installation lately I’ve been wondering if you feel it too. Located in the Window Space at XPACE, as part of the ongoing exhibition What Goes Around Comes Around, which runs until August 19th.

Tibi Tibi Neuspiel

Dear art collector,ArtBarrage is featuring limited edition artwork by Canadian artist Tibi Tibi Neuspiel. America on white, 2011.

Marisa Hoicka

Interesting and visceral work from Hoicka, an artist whose approach stems from a studio-based practice. Hoicka plays within a variety of media, with recent focus on performance art and painting.  Humour, sexuality and gender, desire and the abject are all ripe for exploration in Hoicka’s hands.Her work was shown recently at the White House Studio

Art instructor at Oakville Galleries

JOB POSTING – ART INSTRUCTOR Terms: Occasional part-timeStart Date: 7 September 2011Salary Level: $18 to $30/hourLanguage of work: English Oakville Galleries is a leading public art museum where contemporary art is the impetus for stimulating thought, shifting perspectives and inspiring engagement. Through two sites, the Galleries serve communities in Oakville, Halton Region and wider audiences nationally and

XPACE presents: Public Exposure at BIG ON BLOOR!

Installation and booth, on Saturday July 23rd, 1pm-9pm, between Dufferin and Landsdown. Public Exposure is a group of diverse commercial and fine artists who focus on collaboration as a means to produce large-scale, interactive work. Prior work includes self-published zines, such as “Public Exposure – For your Safety” and the “Cavalcade” exhibition at XPACE. Participating


The Art Gallery of Mississauga

Meet us on the commons Nathalie Quagliotto, Maturity Turn, 2011. Meet us on the commons is a multi-media group exhibition featuring emerging artists: Sarah Febbraro, Serena Lee in dialogue with Anna Okrasko, Derek Liddington, Nathalie Quagliotto, Sarah Sharkey Pearce and Mariangela Piccione, Stacey Sproule, and the Department of Unusual Certainties. Opening Reception: Thursday, July 21st, 2011, 6

XPACE Cultural Centre Director

Job Posting: Director, XPACE Cultural Centre XPACE Cultural Centre is a non-profit organization dedicated to emerging art and design. Our goal is to bridge students with their established counterparts through experimental programming that cultivates public dialogue. This allows for a dynamic art space that questions and re-evaluates the cultural and artistic expectations of visual language.

Heritage Minister James Moore on Q

Jian Ghomeshi interviews James Moore on CBC Radio.Have a listen here.