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What’s On Now
Royal Canadian Academy of Arts: Hibernus
Exhibition Dates: Tuesday, December 9, 2014 – Friday, January 9, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, December 11, 6-8 p.m.
The Aird Gallery is delighted to present, HIBERNUS <http://rca-arc.ca/hibernus-exhibition/> is a multidisciplinary exhibition by members of the RCA on the theme of Winter, thus the title, Hibernus. In varying degrees, winter is an essential part of the culture, the calendar and the psyche of all Canadians from coast to coast. Working with different disciplines, materials and expressions, 40 artists from across Canada have developed their own interpretation of this theme. Its cold reality and the mysterious visual aspect of this season, contribute to make this a stunning exhibition. Media include painting, photography, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, textile and mixed media – all to be found hanging on the walls of the John B. Aird Gallery, celebrating its 30th year in 2015.
Selection of works: Jane Nokes, Director-Scotiabank Arts, Culture, & Heritage
Participating Artists: Rose Adams RCA, Catherine Young Bates RCA, Susan Benson RCA, Ron Bolt RCA, Wayne Boucher RCA, Mimi Cabri RCA, Gil Caldwell RCA, Sorel Cohen RCA, Pat Durr RCA, Pat Fairhead RCA, Catherine Farish RCA, Pnina C. Gagnon RCA, Rusdi Genest RCA, Grace Gordon-Collins RCA, Joice Hall RCA, Thérèse Joyce-Gagnon RCA, Anita Kunz RCA, William Laing RCA, Eva Lapka RCA, Guy Lavigueur RCA, Enid Legros-Wise RCA, Madeleine Lemire RCA, Naoko Matsubara RCA, Ann McCall RCA, David McKay RCA, Barbara Milne RCA, Seka Owen RCA, Anne Ramsden RCA, Felicity Redgrave RCA, Lili Richard RCA, Carole Sabiston RCA, John A. Schweitzer RCA, Claude A. Simard RCA, Judy Singer RCA, Tobie Steinhouse RCA, Anna Torma RCA, Joseph-Richard Veilleux RCA, François Vincent RCA, Sally Wildman RCA, Charlotte Wilson-Hammond RCA
Can-Wax Encaustic Artists Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: January 13 – February 6, 2015
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 15, 6-8 pm
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