Thursday, June 30, 2016

Joseph Hartman's Exhibition "Georgian Bay" Opening at Carnegie Gallery July 8th

July 8 – August 21, 2016
Opening reception Friday July 8, 7-9:30pm

Exhibition in The Barber Atrium of the Carnegie Gallery

The Carnegie Gallery
10 King Street West
Dundas, Ontario
L9H 1T7

Admission: free

 Of his photographic series featured in this exhibition, artist Joseph Hartman notes: “Georgian Bay’s North Eastern shoreline is a landscape that I know intimately. While at university working with the Canadian Coast Guard, we spent our time from May to September patrolling a 100 km section of coastline that extends from Britt to Killarney. This shoreline, which is only accessible by boat or float plane, is sparsely populated with small communities. These communities are functioning remnants of Georgian Bay’s commercial past; mainly fishing, shipping and tourism. These industries are no longer lucrative and my interest in these communities is to photograph them in a way that explores the human desire to live in such an environment.”

This show is jointly sponsored by the Carnegie Gallery’s TBA and the McMaster Museum of Art, where Hartman has a concurrent show, Hamilton, through August 20.  This is the second show co-sponsored by the TBA and the MMA.

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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Free Saturday Screening at CAMERA

Saturday July 2nd 3:00pm


Dir. Heinz Bütler (Germany: 2003), 72 min.

Director Heinz Bütler interviews Henri Cartier-Bresson during the final years of the photographer’s life about his travels, becoming and being a photographer, about composition, and about some of his secrets to capture the “decisive moment”.

All foreign language films will be shown with subtitles. We proudly offer captioning of all films at special request on Saturdays at 12:00pm if given notice 48 hours in advance of the regular screening.

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

2016-2017 Robert Giard Fellow Announced

At its annual benefit on June 7, 2016, the Robert Giard Foundation, in partnership with  CLAGS: The Center for LGBTQ Studies at the City University of New York, announced its new Fellow, Leonard Suryajaya, for his multimedia project Other Mother.

Suryajaya’s work explores intricate and complicated layers of selfhood in the context of cultural background, intimacy, sexual preference, and personal displacement. Prompted by his upbringing as a second-generation Chinese Indonesian raised by a Muslim woman, Suryajaya’s mixed media project examines expressions of allegiance in a globalized world.

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