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CURATORS: ANDRÉ LAROCHE AND LOUIS JONCAS

R I T U A L S

JUNE 20 TO AUGUST 2, 2024

GARDEN PARTY: THURSDAY, JUNE 20, 5 – 7 PM
CURATORIAL DISCUSSION: SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 3 -5 PM

The John B. Aird Gallery is delighted to announce our summer of 2024 pop-up show organized by Montreal-based LarocheJoncas gallerists, André LaRoche and Louis Joncas titled R I T U A L S featuring drawing, painting, photography, and sculpture by Ted Barker (Winnipeg), Lynne Cohen, Dante GuthrieLaurence Hervieux-GosselinLouis JoncasSteve GiassonTerence KohStephen LackJana Sterbak, and Dana Velan (Montreal).

ON VIEW

DRAWING 2024

Online juried slide exhibition and PDF catalogue

JUROR: JAMIE WHITNEY
DESIGNER: KATE PARKINSON

The John B. Aird Gallery is delighted to present DRAWING 2024, the 25th edition of our annual juried show. This iteration is curated by Jamie Whitney, an award-winning storyteller and creative director based in Georgian Bay and Toronto.

For the 4th time, the Gallery is showcasing this anticipated project online, featuring a slideshow and a downloadable PDF publication.

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PAINTING 2024

JUROR: ROSALIE LAM

DEADLINE: Sunday, June 30, 2024, by midnight

PAINTING 2024 invites entries from contemporary artists from anywhere in the world that you make art to submit. For this exhibition, a painting is defined as a work of art made from paint applied to canvas, wood, paper, or another support. This broad definition is intended to open the exhibition to entries reflecting a wide variety of contemporary painting techniques and practices. Works in any paint medium, including digital, will be considered. All accepted artworks will be published as part of an online slide show with a playlist and downloadable PDF publication.

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Installation in progress closed from August 9 to September 14, 2023.

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