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Mathieu Léger brings his installation Plausible Space to ARTsPLACE main gallery next week. Plausible Space is an installation of photographs and maps, which are re purposed to reflect what they represent, a landscape showing peaks, valleys, and bodies of water. Photographs presented in the installation depict the artist in two different situations; images of actions where the artist transforms the landscape, the other of a declaration of appropriation of territories. The images are installed as counterpoints to the maps . . . [click to read more]
Meanwhile, SOFAAR (Society of Fibre Artists of the Annapolis River) will host their member exhibition entitled Oh Canada! The Art of Fibre for a joint celebration of the world of fibre and Canada 150, in the Chapel Gallery.
In the Mym Gallery, Jaime Lee Lightle‘s Atmosphere is a collection of her recent sky studies.
All shows will opening on September 3rd and run until October 7th.
Maritime Culture Project-Fundy Boatworks Wrap-Up Celebration
October 27th, 2-5pm!
Please join us for a celebration of the completion of this 8-month long research and exhibit project! We will be premiering a short film about our project and serving refreshments. October 27th from 2-5pm at ARTsPLACE Gallery, 396 St. George Street in Annapolis Royal.
Graphic Novels / Documentary Films
Book Launch & Exhibit
Entry fee: by donation
The Case of the Missing Men
by Kris Bertin and Alexander Forbes
BDANG: Essays and Interviews on Quebec Comics
Edited by Andy Brown
Translated by Helge Dascher
You Are Alice in Wonderland’s Mum!
by Sherwin Tjia
LINK to CBC Article
Note: between October 23 – November 4 ARTsPLACE will feature an exhibition by Conundrum Press Artist
Each program is followed by a talk-back session.
Recommended donation per program: $5.00
Upstairs at ARTsPLACE, Mondays, 7-9pm
Chicago is a city rooted in industry and towering architecture, and artists in Chicago are disrupting urban experience through experimentation.
Mexico City artists exit their homes and studios to use the growing megalopolis as their canvas. The artists present everyday materials as artworks, mine recognizable images for their poetic potential, and take their art to the streets.
Dec. 4 Program 3: Los Angeles
While sprawling Los Angeles has world-class museums and art schools, artists working in the shadow of the entertainment industry are more “under the radar,” affording them the space and time to imagine.
Dec. 11 Program 4: Vancouver
In small and tightly-knit Vancouver, artists re-frame the world through a series of sophisticated illusions. By recreating historical moments, staging photos of vernacular scenes, and crafting intricate sculptures that trick the eye, artists reveal how everyday images and moments from the past are not always what they seem.
Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, 7-9pm, ARTsPLACE
ART SOX Diplomacy: Peace, Love, Art, & Socks
Fee: $10.00 ARCAC members, $15.00 non-members (buy online below)
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau loves ‘patterned’ socks and has created a new trend known as ‘socks diplomacy’. Please join us to celebrate his love of fine socks and to learn more about select icons of art history that have been woven into ART SOX. Lively conversations about art and socks will abound!
Ten pairs and a special ‘museum collection’ of ART SOX will be offered as door prizes to all attendees. Members of the Society of Fibre Artists of the Annapolis River (SOFAAR) will also be there to show their own special sock creations, some based on regional artists.
You are encouraged to wear your own special socks – wild and colourful preferred!
Sponsored by Renfro Corporation (manufacturer of ART SOX) and Hutchins Pharmacy (retail outlet for ART SOX).
Refreshments are provided.
Art Sox Special Event Monday, November 13, 7-9 pm
Information & tickets HERE – purchase up to 4 tickets at a time
We are seeking volunteers and donations for prizes for our upcoming fundraiser – see below – please contact Suzanne Lee at email@example.com
Casino Annapolis Royale Fundraiser, Saturday, November 25, 7 – 11 pm