News:  The Aird welcomes a new Director/Curator. For more information click here.


What’s On NowSSC installation


Solid Ideas: Sculptors Society of Canada

August 26 – September 26, 2014

Join us for the Opening reception:  

Thursday, September 4, 6:00 – 8:00 pm

Gordon Becker, Irene Blogg, Yeon-Tak Chang, John Clinton, Iain Downie, Eamon, Barbara Fletcher, Mary Ellen Farrow, Al Green, Fred Hummel, Judy Raymer Ivkoff, Elaine Jaques, Saulius Jaskus, Maryon Kantaroff, Marlene Kawalez, Evgueni Kogan, J.Mac, Tim Manalo, Camie Geary Martin, Richard McNeill, Lilly Otasevic, Peter Por, John G. Porretta, Octavia Proca, Desmond Scott, Peter Shoebridge, Irene Sirko, Alex Tavares, Dina Torrans, Peter Wirun, Judi Michelle Young, Daniel Yu.

Right: Clockwise from back wall: Judi Michelle Young, Time Machine, mixed media; Lilly Otasevic, Barricades, reclaimed bricks; Dina Torrans, Time Machine – Earth Axis, Vermont black marble; Iain Downie, Blasting, wood.

To view more works from this show click here. Click any image to enlarge it and use the arrows to navigate through them.

What’s On Next

PHOTO  OP      

6th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition / 6ème exposition-concours de la photographie

Exhibition runs: 30 September – 24 October 2014 / 30 septembre – 24 octobre, 2014

Opening Reception:  Thurs., October 2, 6-8 pm / Vernissage: jeudi 2 octobre, 2014, 18h à 20h

Tarmaji Akas Where have you gone 12by32 2012




 Above: Akas Tarmaji, Where Have You Gone?, 2013

With: Peter Adamson, Kim Atkins, Mary Lynne Atkinson, Bob Bernstein, Jason Brown, Robert Caspary, Ruth Gillson, L.E. Glazer, Diana Harding-Tucker, Doug Hemmy, Thomas Hlavacek, David Hook, Tineke Jorritsma, Mina Markovic, Christine Marshall-Smith, Vicki McKay, Mary Clare Moore, Carol Neave, Guinevere Pura, Robert Quance, Tom Ridout, Amy Rogers, Jeff Rozdeba, Lorie Slater, Akas Tarmaji, Don Woodiwiss


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