April 24 - June 16, 2013
Gallery Exhibition: April 24 - June 16, 2013
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 25 ~ 7 to 9 pm
Borderline brings together five artists whose works call attention to an urban landscape that is always shifting, how we understand and familiarize ourselves with its makeup has become increasingly complex and full of uncertainties and illusions. Boundaries (whether physical, social or mental) are uncovered as each artist takes a closer look at both public and private urban spaces and the transient behaviour of the individuals that move through it. Through various art forms (photography, digital and mixed media collage, painting, sculpture and installation) the artists reflect upon and mimic urban scenarios, while offering insight and a platform for negotiating these contemporary states.
Artists include: Tyler Armstrong, Steve deBruyn, Sarah Febbraro, Ryan Legassicke and Mary Porter
Exhibition Curator: Megan Press
Tuesday to Saturday ~ 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday ~ 1 pm to 4 pm
Monday ~ Closed
All are welcome ~ Admission is Free
Image courtesy of Ryan Legassicke
April 24, 2013 –May 26, 2014
Opening Reception: Thursday, April 25 ~ 7 – 9 pm
Living Arts Centre Education Gallery
Secondary students from Peel invite you to take a closer look at (ART) Story, consider how youth use the elements and principles of art to tell their stories, sharing with us new perspectives and forms of creative expression. (ART) Story showcases works by students in Grades 9-12, which range from photography, painting and drawing, digital media, and more.
Join us in the Gallery during National Youth Arts Week as we celebrate these inspiring and thought provoking works of art by
For this collection, student works will be showcased throughout the Education Gallery and second-floor corridors of the Living Arts Centre.
Participating Secondary Schools include: IONA, Meadowvale,