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<nettime-ann> Artscape Triangle Gallery: Current and Upcoming Exhibitions


Current and Upcoming Exhibitions
38 Abell Street, Toronto   
Work by residents of the Artscape Triangle Lofts
Friday, November 19th – Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

This Must Be The Place is the inaugural exhibition at the Artscape Triangle Gallery, a new multi-purpose, multi-disciplinary space located on the main floor of the Artscape Triangle Lofts at 38 Abell Street. This exhibition brings together work by residents of the building, and includes a diverse assortment of works in photography, printmaking, drawing, painting, fashion design, and mixed media.

Featured Artists: Joe Calleja, Alanna Cavanagh, Lauren Goldman, Paula Grgurich Shewchuk, Colleen Lynch, Katya Revenko, Warren Sulatycky, Carolyn Tripp, Michelle Turpin
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

Artist Biographies available at:

The Collective
Thursday, December 2nd – 14th, 2010 (Note: exhibition closed Monday, December 6)

For 12 days in December a collective of more than 30 artists and artisans will be coming together to celebrate art and craft. There will be fine art, handmade jewellery, textiles and more at this curated show. The Collective will also feature workshops and demonstrations, making the gallery an interactive space.

Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Join us for a special opening on Saturday, December 4th

Selected works by Liam Wylie and Jillian Ross – One Night Only!
Thursday, January 20th, 2011 6:00 - 10:00 pm

With this exhibition we propose that there is today a second-life that exists at the permeable boundaries between physicality and virtuality, fact and fiction, spirituality and science, myth and machine. As these age-old adversaries fall into flux, so too are our identities undergoing change, and Old Is The New New attempts to blaze a trail into this new cyber-horizon before it falls beyond the reach of our experiential perception.

Liam Wylie was born in 1989 in Ottawa, Ontario. He is currently in his final thesis year at the Ontario College of Art and Design University. Liam studies Sculpture/Installation and Printmaking and specializes in plastic fabrication, metal fabrication, screen-printing and lithography. With his art he chronicles the mythical moments that spark and sustain our modern mechanical and digital age.

Jillian Ross is twenty one years old. She is currently in her final thesis year at the Ontario College of Art and Design University where she studies as a drawing and painting major. Jillian specializes in new media projects and also explores the potential of art online. With her work she examines the boundary embodied and disembodied viewing experiences. www.super-luxe.com

Artscape Triangle Gallery is the newest gallery in the heart of the West Queen West gallery district, located at 38 Abell Street on the ground floor of the newly opened Artscape Triangle Lofts (East of Dufferin St., south of Queen St. W.).
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00am - 6:00pm.
Managed by the non-profit organization Artscape, the Artscape Triangle Gallery is a 1,100 sq. ft. affordable multi-purpose space available for short-term rental. Uses might include visual arts exhibitions in all media, performances and rehearsals for all disciplines, private gatherings and public events. We welcome proposals from collectives, artist groups, non-profit arts organizations or individual artists. For more information, visit www.artscapetrianglegallery.ca or contact Darryl Bank, Tenant Services Coordinator, Artscape: t: 416-392-1038 x 43 e: darryl {AT} torontoartscape.on.ca. To subscribe to updates on upcoming exhibitions and events at Artscape Triangle Gallery please CLICK HERE to be taken to our subscriber form. Please be sure to check to Artscape Triangle Gallery box on the form.

Additional information on Artscape can be found at www.torontoartscape.on.ca. You can also follow Artscape on Twitter {AT} Artscape, and join in the conversation on Facebook, Flickr and YouTube. Donations to support the Artscape Foundation’s Annual Campaign can be made by visiting the Foundation’s giving pages on CanadaHelps: www.canadahelps.org Keyword: Artscape Foundation, or by contacting Catherine Pautler at t: 416-392-1038 x32 e: catherine {AT} torontoartscape.on.ca
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