Last chance to apply! Deadline for submission: April 1, 2022. Don’t miss this exciting opportunity to bring your studio out onto Moss Street this summer! Calling all local artists! We anticipate that this year will mark the return of our much loved TD Art Gallery Paint-In on July 16 2022. Not only is Paint-In a […]
Sunday Art Lecture Series 2022: Dr. Daniel Mato | African and Oceanic Traditional Arts: Contributions to Post-Impressionism
Join Dr. Daniel Mato for this lecture that examines how the traditional arts of Africa and Oceania (the South Pacific islands) served as catalysts of change for artists that led to the Post-Impressionist movements of Cubism, German Expressionism, Surrealism and eventually the modern works of Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. This lecture will be presented […]
This lecture traces the inception and development of American Impressionism in the late 1800s — from the first exhibition of Impressionist art organized in 1883 by Paul Durand-Ruel in Boston to the founding of intimate artists’ colonies along the Eastern seaboard by the turn of the century. This lecture will be presented over Zoom. Click […]
Sunday Art Lecture Series 2022: Katerina Atanassova | Breaking Boundaries: Canadian Women Impressionists Abroad and at Home
Join Katerina Atanassova for this lecture which will follow in the footsteps of some incredible women artists, who, settling in the French capital and absorbing the air of the juste milieu, trained, and matured as leading Impressionist painters upon their return home. This lecture will be presented over Zoom. Click HERE to learn more.
Art Rental and Sales is pleased to present a solo show of recent works by celebrated local artist Michelle Miller. We are so delighted to be showcasing Miller’s new body of abstract works which will all be available for sale. Stop by the Spencer Showroom to see these works in person! Michelle Miller is an […]
In case you missed it, check out this virtual conversation which was recorded as part of Field Trip: Art Across Canada. Using historical references as a jumping off point, a group of artists, including Cedric Bomford, Rick Leong, Michael Andrew Mclean, Hollis Roberts, and Ralph Stanbridge, met virtually to discuss and address the climate for […]
Sunday Art Lecture Series 2022: Dr. Melissa Berry | Impressionists and Japonisme: Early International Influences.
Join Dr. Melissa Berry for a lecture that explores how by the 1870s, the independent group of artists who came to be known as the Impressionists found many ways to proclaim their devotion to Japanese aesthetics and material culture in their artworks. This lecture will be presented over Zoom. Click HERE to learn more.
In case you missed it, watch anytime as Chase Joynt, Michelle Jacques sit down with artist, activist, and scholar Syrus Marcus in the Feminist Art Field School virtual series! Join us in celebrating Black History Month by re-watching an inspiring lineup of conversations, just like this one, exploring gender, feminism, and the porous boundaries between […]
Looking for family fun on Family Day? Join us for another free virtual Family Sunday! This special Family Sunday is supported by the Province of British Columbia. Enjoy an afternoon of exploring hands-on art-making and ideas for all ages. This recurring program is Oct-June and often features special guests like storytellers, artists, performers, or musicians. […]
In case you missed it, enjoy a self guided experience of our newest exhibition, Denyse Thomasos: Odyssey. Enhance your visit with a (free) beautiful activity sheet, created especially for young visitors, inspired by the artist’s ground-breaking body of work recalling the history of the African diaspora. You can download it for free or pick up a copy at […]
In case you missed it, this series follows AGGV Educator Jeri as she interprets activities from our latest Teacher Resource Guide inspired by multi-phase research and exhibition project In the Present Moment: Buddhism, Contemporary Art and Social Practice. Don’t miss this clip which features a hands-on learning activity inspired by the works of Nakahara Natenbo, […]