5 Great ways to explore our new exhibitions this fall!

Beaverbrook Art GallerySeptember 20, 20170 Comments

5 Great ways to explore our new exhibitions this fall!

 

1) Exhibition opening reception

September 23, 5pm

Join us to celebrate the opening of two new retrospective exhibitions, Oscar Cahén and Marlene Creates: Places, Paths and Pauses.

Event is free and open to the public.

2) Panel Discussion

September 24, 3pm

Retrospective? The paths we have trodden/the paths we still pursue.

Marlene Creates, artist; Susan Gibson Garvey, co-curator of the exhibition; Andrea Kunard, co-curator of the exhibition; Joan M. Schwartz, a contributing writer to the exhibition publication; Terry Graff, Beaverbrook Art Gallery Director and CEO (2013-2017). Part of the Scotiabank Artist Residency Program.

Event is free and open to the public.

3) Artist Talk

September 28, 7pm

Marlene Creates on her new exhibition Places, Paths and Pauses. Part of the Scotiabank Artist Residency Program.

Event is free and open to the public.

4) Artist workshop

September 30, 10am-12pm

Join Marlene Creates as she works with the public during her artist residency in Making Memory Maps. Part of the Scotiabank Artist Residency Program. Free workshop, materials included.

**Registration required. Please call 458-2028 to register; maximum 15 participants.

5) Curator’s Talk

October 5, 7pm

Chief Curator Jeffrey Spalding on the major retrospective exhibition Oscar Cahén.

Event is free and open to the public.

 

Scotiabank Artist Residency Program: In addition to her exhibition on display, Marlene Creates will be hosting public drop-in opportunities as part of her residency throughout the week of September 24-29. Visit the Gallery during these times to meet and chat with the artist about her work.

Monday: 1-5pm

Wednesday: 10am-1pm; 3-5pm

Thursday: 10am-1pm

Friday: 1-5pm

 

For more information on any of our programs, visit beaverbrookartgallery.org, or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

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