Johanna Householder & Judith Price
Diptychs: 43° N, 79° W / 48° N, 123° W
Curated by Carla Garnet
Exhibition Dates: Thursday, May 25 to Saturday, July 29, 2023
Opening Reception: May 25, 5-7 PM, artists present
Closing Reception: July 29, 2-5 pm
*See additional program schedule*
Diptychs: 43° N, 79° W / 48° N, 123° W is a project by Canadian artists, Johanna Householder, and Judith Price, and is presented by the JOHN B. AIRD GALLERY in partnership with the Scotiabank CONTACT Festival of Photography.
Online juried slide exhibition with playlist and PDF catalogue
JUROR: GIUSEPPE DI LEO
DESIGNER: MARINA DOUKAS
DRAWING 2023, juried/curated by Montreal-based artist, educator, and curator, Giuseppe Di Leo, is the John B. Aird Gallery’s 24th edition of the annual juried show and its third online presentation of the project, which comprises an online slideshow with a playlist and a downloadable PDF publication designed by Marina Doukas.
Online juried slide exhibition, with playlist and PDF publication
JUROR/CURATOR: ANQI LI
DEADLINE: Sunday, August 6, 2023, by midnight
For this CALL, we loosely define a Landscape practice as one that is as migratory as artists’ ability to manifest simple or complex content within fluid representational or non-representational two or three-dimensional fields that envision terra firma.
LANDSCAPES 2023 invites entries from contemporary artists that may include media/techniques as wide-ranging as drawing, painting, sculpture, assemblage, collage, or text. Photo/digital documentation of Land Art, seen directly out cars, trains, or airplanes, or works made directly in the landscape, sculpting it into earthworks or making structures using natural materials are welcome too.
The John B. Aird Gallery will be open by appointment from 2 to 5 pm on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
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