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Pixel Pusher

Where: Angell Gallery @ 12 Ossington AvenueWhen: January 19th – February 18thOpening reception: Thursday January 19th 6–9 PM Curated by Luke Painter, “Pixel Pusher” brings together 4 artists, David Clarkson, Michael Antkowiak, Jillian Kay Ross and Craig Skinner, whose painting practices have strong connections to digital processes. Although painting is a medium that is well known for its

Opening Reception @ XPACE

Join us at XPACE this Friday for the opening reception of our Main Space, Xbase, and Window Space. Opening Reception: Friday January 20, 2012 When: January 20 – February 11, 2012.Where: 58 Ossington Avenue, Toronto. MAIN SPACE: Magnetic Impulses The artists in Magnetic Impulses focus on creating tactile surfaces in their works.  These paintings and

OCAD’s Reading Club

OCAD U’s Dorothy H. Hoover library is launching a reading club. This is not the kind of book club where everyone reads the same best seller and gets together to debate its merits – instead, reading clubbers will help create a themed display in the library and will then get together to discuss that month’s

The Toronto Now Series presents…

Relocated from the street, local Toronto artists Sean Martindale and Pascal Paquette come together in the gallery for a collaborative installation in the Toronto Now Series. Using convergent forms of street art, graffiti writing and activist interventions combined with contemporary painting, sculpture and design these artists eradicate traditional art classifications and work to expand the

Eyelevel Gallery in Halifax is looking for multiples, zines etc!

Eyelevel Gallery in Halifax is looking for submissions for their Eyelevel Reshelving Initiative 5!  The deadline for submissions is January 30th, so hurry up and submit! ERI 5 is an exhibition and sale of artist books, zines, multiples and other kinds of artist-made publications. Eyelevel Gallery is seeking local and international submissions of artist multiples

The Artist’s Soup Kitchen

For six Monday afternoons this winter artists are invited to come to the Artists’ Soup Kitchen for a FREE HOT LUNCH. Each week is hosted by different artists who will bring their creative practices to the Soup Kitchen. When: Mondays from 12-3pmWhere: The Raging Spoon Cafe @ 761 Queen Street West, Toronto A new menu

Fresh Ground’s Call for Submissions

Fresh Ground new worksCall for Submissions for Harbourfront Centre’s national commissioning prizesSubmission deadline: MONDAY JANUARY 30, 2012 Harbourfront Centre is pleased to issue the fifth Call for Submissions for the national commissioning programme, Fresh Ground new works. Prize-winners will receive funding of up to $20,000 toward the creation and presentation of their projects during Harbourfront

ATTAWAPISKAT Relief: Thank you for your support

A letter was sent on behalf on an organizer from True North Aid, thanking Xenia Benevolski and all of the volunteers and donors for organizing the relief donation drive at XPACE in early December of 2011. Hello Xenia! I am sending you this email on behalf of True North Aid, to thank you so much

After the End

O’Born Contemporary is hosting their first annual emergent artist exhibition. “After the End” is an Apocalypse themed exhibition. Emerging local artists, working in painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, digital collage and mixed media confront the environmental, biological and psychological implications of a full doomsday. For more information and an exhibition statement, click here. Where: O’Born Contemporary at

Ethereal Existence

“Magic Realism is commonly used as a term to describe an aesthetic style of fiction where magic and mythology blends with the real world. Showing in the Gladstone Gallery, the artists in Ethereal Existence use their work to show this concept, usually reserved for fiction, in a visual format. Their drawings, paintings, photographs, illustrations and