2018 Art House Cafe Lecture Series
Hosted by the Gallery in the Library’s Fireside Lounge, the Art House Café Lecture Series provides an opportunity for scholars to present their research.
Friday, January 19 @ 7pm
Miklos Legrady, independent scholar
Marcel Duchamp, who proved that art isn’t anything you can get away with
Friday, February 16 @ 7pm
Miles Rufelds, University of Toronto
Friday March 16 @ 7pm
Kristina Bradt, University of Windsor
Sonic Art: The Relation of Music & Sound in A Visual State
Friday April 20 @ 7pm
Noor Bhangu, University of Winnipeg
Unlikely Collaborations: Politics of Situating Contemporary Art Alongside Historical Islamic Art
Download our Art House Cafe brochure for full descriptions for each talk and info on each speaker pdf 2018 Art House Cafe Brochure
Exhibition Assistance Grant
Please note that we have three deadlines for Exhibition Assistance grant applications annually.
Ongoing Deadline: January 13, July 31, October 31
Applications for exhibition assistance grants are now being accepted. Applying artists must have an exhibition scheduled and confirmed in a publicly accessible venue. Grants can assist with exhibition costs, including materials, framing, presentation and shipping.
All applications must include 10 images (digital images must be compatible with PC), resume, budget, a letter of confirmation for upcoming exhibition, an artist’s statement and description of the exhibition, as well as a SASE with sufficient postage for return of all submitted material. All support material will be returned following the recommender’s decision. Grants amounts range between $500 - $1500 and are handed out three times a year (deadlines for the GPAG: January 13, July 31, & October 31 of each year)
Visit http://www.arts.on.ca/Page122.aspx for more information and to download the application & guidelines.
Hard copies of the application & guidelines may also be picked up at the Grimsby Public Art Gallery, located at 18 Carnegie Lane.
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* * VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! * *
The Gallery Shop, run entirely by the Volunteer Committee, is an invaluable asset and contributor to the Gallery and is currently in need of volunteers.
As a shop volunteer you will spend a few hours a month greeting visitors to the Gallery and introducing them to our unique collection of handmade Canadian gifts. You may choose a morning or afternoon shift of just three hours and pick the day that suits your calendar.
To express interest or for more information please contact the Gallery at 905-945-3246 or e-mail the Gallery