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Rosalie Lam:
Cholon, Not Forgotten 

SOLO EXHIBITION
CURATOR: ERIN STORUS

On View: March 17 to May 15, 2022
Gallery Hours:  Wednesday to Friday, 2 to 5 pm by appointment 

Rosalie Lam: Cholon, Not Forgotten is a solo exhibition curated for the John B. Aird Gallery by independent curator Erin Storus.

The exhibition explores Vietnam-born Chinese-Canadian painter Rosalie Lam’s latest series of work. Drawing from childhood memories and created over the past decade, the exhibition includes paintings, sketches, and family photos from pre-war Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City).

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DRAWING 2022

Online slide show with playlist and downloadable publication

JUROR: CHRISTIAN SIROYT
DESIGNER and ESSAYIST: MARLI DAVIS

This year John B. Aird Gallery celebrates the 23rd edition of its annual juried DRAWING exhibition by showcasing the works of 83 contemporary International and Canadian artists in a virtual exhibition with an online slide show, music, and a catalogue designed by the Aird Gallery’s assistant curator, Marli Davis, accompanied by an inclusive introductory essay, and response text by juror, Christian Siroyt.

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COLLAGE 2022

Online juried slide exhibition, with playlist and PDF publication

JURORS: Sebastein Miller & Ken Moffatt

SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, June 17, 2022, by midnight

The Aird is delighted to offer our 2nd annual juried exhibition showcasing collage-based works by contemporary artists.

Derived from the French verb coller, meaning “to glue,” collage refers to both the technique and the resulting work of art in which fragments of paper and other materials are arranged and glued or otherwise affixed to a supporting surface. Associated Art Movements include Cubism, the DADA, and Surrealism. Today, collage, as a process and an art movement is experiencing a second life! We invite and eagerly await your up-to-date submissions!

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The John B. Aird Gallery will be open by appointment from 2 to 5 pm on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

According to the province museums, galleries, exhibitions, with limited capacity, may not exceed 50 percent capacity indoors and 75 percent capacity outdoors. Face coverings and physical distancing is required when visiting the gallery.

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