Katie Bethune-Leamen – Snog Marry Avoid

Oct. 24 – Nov. 28, 2015

Snog Marry Avoid is an installation of new and recent sculptures by Toronto-based artist, Katie Bethune-Leamen. Engaging with a colour new to the artist — brown — this installation is comprised of work in a range of materials including porcelain, neon, digitally printed fabric, and found objects. Snog Marry Avoid extends the artist’s ongoing exploration… Read More

The Manolis L Art Exhibit

Nov. 7 – 28, 2015

Opening reception: Saturday, Nov. 7 at 7pm With talks by Kevin Strowbridge and Dr. Ian Jones Facebook event here. The Manolis L Citizens Response Committee presents The Manolis L Art Exhibit The Manolis L Citizens Response Committee introduces a group of artists with work as varied and deep as the Atlantic Ocean and with complexities… Read More

Michael Pittman – Nightlights

Oct. 3 – 17, 2015

Manifesting as experimental projection devices, Michael Pittman’s Nightlights reference certain bedtime rituals that are intertwined with the artist’s own personal narrative. They are essentially handmade multi-slide projectors, capable of producing simple moving pictures. A mannered, slightly cinematic ominousness underlies the repetitive motion of the images produced, and a sense of loss is communicated by the… Read More

Coco Guzman – Los Fantasmas / The Ghosts

Sept. 4 - Oct. 14, 2015

Los Fantasmas / The Ghosts is a visual exploration of the silenced contemporary history of Spain. The fight against fascism during the Spanish war and the years of Franco’s fascist dictatorship now inspires hundreds of thousands of people in present-day Spain, who are fighting oppressive government policies and advocating for the recovery of their silenced… Read More

Shannon Leigh Pomeroy

Sept. 25 – 26, 2015

Shannon Leigh Pomeroy is the winner of the HOLD FAST 2015 Art Sprint Eastern Edge Award! As the winner, she will present a short exhibition of her work in the Rogue Gallery, opening this Friday at 7pm. All rendered with an 8B pencil, the images Shannon will present in Lines on Paper: Digital Pilgrimages and… Read More