Needlework- 174 James N-Textile Workshop
Check out the spot and drop off your can goods during artcrawl for foodbanks!
YOU ME GALLERY -OMG
End of the Year Group show
CENTRE 3 Members Space-Ingrid Mayrhofer-Objects Subject to Change
MULBERRY CAFE-Jacqui Oakley-Bestiary
A compendium of curious creatures, alive; dead & in-between, portrayed in paint to captivate & cultivate.
FOCUS GALLERYJohn Visser-Into the Light of Things
66 James Street North (before Wilson)
Impressionist style paintings
B CONTEMPORARY-Michael Allgoewer-Ghosts
His work consists mainly of assemblage-based sculptural components, which form larger installations. These pieces usually reference the historical and mythical past to elucidate universal, metaphysical themes. Motifs, which re-occur, are symbols such as the shield, the skull, arrows and architectural references ranging from the gilded picture frame to cathedral floor plans.
226 James St N (Old Ricca Furniture Building)
HAVN-Conduits-26 Barton E
Lee Skinner on the visuals./Supa83 on the sounds.
Featuring compositions from McMaster Digital Audio students from 7pm-9pm and installation work from our very own Kearon Roy Taylor all night long.
HOMEGROWN HAMILTON CAFE-TBA
HAMMER CITY RECORDS -WaxWorks3
Vinyl LPs and 7” singles have escaped the turntable to land on the walls of Hammer City Records for the third year in a row. Talented artists and designers, friends of the shop and Schizophrenic Records from Hamilton and beyond, have committed their unique artwork on wax to make this a great night of music and art.
WAHC-WORK SIGHTS-Leonard Hutchinson The Thread Winds Into the Past: The Life and Work of Leonard Hutchinson
This exhibition explores the life and work of Canada’s, printer of the people, Leonard Hutchinson. Hutchinson, who is considered one of Canada’s finest exponents of the social realist style of printmaking, was born in England before emigrating to Southwestern Ontario, where he died in 1980.
HISTORY AND HERITAGE-The Grand Durand (contd)
Hamilton’s Mansions to Dec. 14. South Durand is home to one of the best and most architecturally diverse collections of pre-war residential architecture in Canada.
HAMILTON ARTISTS INC-Annual Members Show
Come out and support your fellow members/artists/grassroots art!
NEW HARBOURS MUSIC SERIES-TBA
BLUE ANGEL GALLERY- TBA
243 James St North 905-522-8735
ART WORD ART BAR -Gritlit Holiday Book Sale!
Also Muisc by Bill and the Art Crawlers
THE PRINTSTUDIO Aka Centre3– Clarissa Tossin-On Brasilia
Clarissa Tossin’s recent body of work investigates the socioeconomic ideals associated with Brazil’s capital, Brasília. Exploring the conflicts and correspondences between the architectural and urban space of Brasília through a series of site specific actions, photographs, videos and prints, Tossin conveys the unresolved contradictions of history and the social and political space created through them.
THE FACTORY-Members Screening No7
Programmed by Aaron “Always Entertaining” Enwright
Featuring the works of Factory Members — Shorts, Music Videos, Documentaries, Animation, Experimental, Installations.
Top winners will receive $Cash Prizes$.All Members are invited and welcome to bring Guests. Food and refreshments will be served.
RELISH, 6 Cannon St. E. • Relish on Etsy
O”S Clothes beside Relish-Men’s Clothes
(right beside Relish)
Chaises Musicals-Furniture, books, music, dvds
152 James St North
THE CLAY STUDIO- 175 James St N.
MELAINE GILLIS STUDIO -126 James St N. (above the Factory 3rd Floor)
SYLVIA NICKERSON ILLUSTRATION-126 James St N. (above the Factory 3rd Floor)
HOTEL HAMILTON STUDIOS – 195 James St N.
Between the Mulberry Cafe and the Brain