Wise Up(The War Series Paintings)
Jan 10-Feb. 10, 2013
Opening Thursday January 10 7:00 PM, Barrie Campus Gallery, Helen and Arch Brown Centre for the Visual Arts, D Building
The paintings of aboriginal artist Timothy Mohan were created as a means to reveal the horrors of war that were inspired by the memory of family members who served in the Boer War, World War Two and the Korean War.
February 14-March 3, 2013
Opening: Thursday, February 14, Barrie Campus Gallery, Helen and Arch Brown Centre for the Visual Arts, D Building
An exchange exhibition of works on paper and printmaking from faculty and students from the University of Belgrade, Serbia with the Fine Art program, School of Design and Visual Art.
Digital Photography and Imaging Exhibition
March 7-24, 2013
Opening: Thursday, March 14 7:00PM, Barrie Campus Gallery, Helen and Arch Brown Centre for the Visual Arts, D Building
A juried exhibition of emerging photographers.
Emanate: Guest Curator Elwood Jimmy
March 27-April 14, 2013
Opening: Wednesday, March 27 7:00PM, Barrie Campus Gallery, Helen and Arch Brown Centre for the Visual Arts, D Building
An exhibition of Second Year Fine Art Students.
Friday, April 26th to Wednesday, May 15th, 2013
Opening Reception: Friday, April 26th, 2013 at 7:00 pm, Barrie Campus Gallery, Helen and Arch Brown Centre for the Visual Arts, D Building
Art & Design Fundamentals, Jewellery & Metals, Interior Decorating, Interior Design, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Digital Photography, Web Animation & Design
See the list of this year’s 2013 Nominees (Link to Facebook Image).
Fine Art Guest Artist Lectures
Thursday January 17, 2013, 10:30 AM
Campus Gallery, SDVA, D Building, Georgian College (no admission cost)
Ron Shuebrook exhibits his work nationally and internationally. His paintings drawings, prints and wall constructions have been acquired by more than 50 public art galleries, museums and corporations such as the National Gallery of Canada, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Art Gallery of Hamilton, McDonald Stewart Art Centre to mention just a few. Throughout his life as an artist he has sought to develop a body of work that respects the intellectual and aesthetic legacy of early and mid-20th century modernisms, while accommodating his own curiosities, capacities and beliefs.
Ron Shuebrook will be an Artist in Residence in the printmaking studio during this time.
Tuesday February 12, 10:30 AM
Campus Gallery, SDVA, D Building, Georgian College
Born in Paris and raised in Brussels within the environment of the European Communities, Alice Teichert studied Music, Visual Poetry, Visual Arts and Printmaking in Belgium and France. Her interest in North American Abstract Painting led her to continue studies in the USA and Canada, where she has been living since 1984. Alice Teichert has built an international career with exhibitions of her work in France, Canada, Switzerland and Australia.
Kristan Horton Speaks Out
Wednesday March 13, 10:30 AM
Campus Gallery, SDVA, D Building, Georgian College (free admission)
Kristan Horton works in sculpture, drawing, photography and video. He produces playfully experimental work that is both formally inventive and critically probing. In 2009 Horton was awarded the Grange Prize for excellence in contemporary photography at the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Currently residing in Berlin, he has had solo exhibitions at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery; White Columns, New York; Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver and the Art Gallery of York University. His work has also been featured in numerous group exhibitions in Canada and abroad, including Oh, Canada, Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (2012 to 2013), and It Is What It Is: Recent Acquisitions of New Canadian Art, National Gallery of Canada (2010 to 2011).
His most recent exhibition, A Haptic Portrait of the Groping Imagination, curated by Ben Portis, opens Feb. 28 at the MacLaren Art Centre in Barrie.