Art Crawl Jan13/2012!!!!

ART CRAWL January 13th 2012!!!

Hamilton Artists Inc-Abandon, by the Old Dirt Road-Jeff Nye

Abandon, by the old dirt road is an installation involving a layered interplay between painting, video projection and sound.  Abandon investigates rural spaces, lost and recovered memory, and the

painter’s studio itself.

Members Space-Hamilton Cityscapes-Maoud Eskandari/What is the Colour of Your Revolution?-Roberto Lavidez

Eskandari’s photographs reveal impressions of the city the artist has lived in since his arrival in Canada.   Both formal and narrative, the works function as a text, collectively revealing hidden

meanings.

Artivist Roberto Lavidez is a narrative painter who candidly tackles socio-political issues ranging from the oppressiveness of colonialism to the continuing complicity of corrupted institutions

which conceal historical injustices against defeated races in order to preserve the hierarchy of an elitist society

Hammer City Records-Youth and Rust Revue-The Chew

THE CHEW is bringin’ down the Hammer! We’re pleased to have him as the featured artist at Hammer City Records’ 1st ART CRAWL NIGHT of 2012. You may know his wicked art from Waxworks Art Crawl

Nights and in the limited edition of the ENDLESS BLOCKADE/SHANK 7”. Come out and see even more on Friday the 13th!

228 James St N Basement@rear off Robert St.

Studio 12-Images of Isreal cont’d

Sole Algranti and Paul Roth-photographic images of Isreal.
www.studio12.ca 126 James St North 2nd Floor

B Contemporary-From the Ground Up

Abstraction:landscape, construction, excavation, group show Michael Allgoewer, Nicole Collins, Michael Davidson
Peter Johnston, Laura Marotta, Paul Ropel-Morski, Stephanie Seagram

You Me Gallery-55/58-Bryce Kanabara (exhibited at Workers Arts & Heritage Centre,2011)

comprised of photo-portraits of members of the Hamilton Art Community and the Hamilton Muslim Community.
photographers: Jim Chambers and Masoud Eskandari

James North Studio-Lose the January Blues

New works by members of the collective

Artword ArtBar-Music Performance

The Printstudio-An Echo Without A Medium-Benjamin Tiven

The project examines the ideological flexibility of May’s formal vocabulary, and parses the relationship between his architectural logic and political dislocation

Members Space-Beacons-Eric Euler

By investigating community, spirituality, and transcendental thought, Eric creates multi-layered prints that express a strengthening experience

Sonic Unyion Building-
Temporary Projects space: HISTORY THAT HAPPENED OR WAS DREAMED – Tangental realities in photography and video. Works by Ariel Bader-Shamai, Kearon Roy Taylor, Amy McIntosh, Aaron Joo. Sonic

contributions by Hysteria Siberania, Connor Bennett, Chris Ferguson, Aaron Hutchinson, Joshua Wiener.

Studios at Hamilton Hotel- TBA

Mulberry Cafe-TBA
193 James St North

Christ’s Church Cathedral- NEW HARBOURS

New Harbours presents Dinner Belles, The Weather Station, Bruekke
Starts 8pm $10 cover
252 James North

Artword Artbar-Puppet Show-Pulcinella il Cameiere
a StudioBabette_Pierrot.jpgfun-filled puppet play using hand puppets inspired by the Commedia dell’Arte style of puppetry. Join Pulcinella as he attempts to impress Pantalone, in order to get

closer to Pantalone’s flirtatious daughter Angelina, while the Dog threatens to ruin everything. http://www.studiobabette.ca/
15 Colbourne St. • www.artword.net/artbar

B Contemporary-Shake n Make Collective
SHAKE-n-MAKE: More Than A Feeling, December 6 – 23, 2011 at b contemporary,
Shake-n-Make is a queer art collective based in Hamilton, Ontario whose work directly references the 1970s while elevating craft and subject matter beyond kitsch to speak to our current moment in

history. 1970s crafts were all about making something…

226 James St. N. • www.bcontemporary.ca/

Blue Angel Gallery-Contemporary Art and Music

243 James St. N. 905.522.8735 • www.blueangelgallery.ca

James Buttrum & Son Gallery-TBA-144 James St North
Paintings.

The Clay Studio, 175 James St. N.
Contemporary works in a clay/pottery medium.

Focus Gallery-Featuring surrealist and Dada inspired artist David Hynes, expressionist Christopher Lori, Tempera Grassa (Oil Tempera Emulsion) Traditionalist, Scott James Owles and photographic

works by the late Randy Steele. Performing on the Marimba will be Hamilton percussionist Stefan Kitai starting at 8 pm.

The Factory Media Arts Centre-In Mysterious Ways

n Mysterious Ways – Special Places: Real or Imagined. An evening of animated artistic achievements from the National Film Board. The Factory is seeking curators for the 2012 Factory Works Screening

series during the James Street North Art Crawl. This monthly event gives YOU the opportunity to introduce us to a program that only you could create. Please email your bio and proposal

228 James St. N. 905.577.9191 • www.hamiltonmediaarts.org

Hamilton HIStory + HERitage-Sleek 2 modern contemporary Hamilton architecture
165 James St. N. 905.526.1405 • www.historyandheritage.ca
Recent exhibitions include photos of The Board of Education and Lister Block at Hamilton’s first and only storefront museum.

Hamilton Artists Inc., 161 James St. N. 905.529.3355 • www.hamiltonartistsinc.on.ca
New Space Enjoy, various artists

Hammer City Records-Waxworks Returns- 228 James St. N enter at Robert •
Art on vynil records.

James North Studio, 328 James St. N.
• jamesnorthartcollective.wordpress.com
Loose Canon Gallery-TBA

Melanie Gillis Photography, 126 James St. N. 3rd Flr. 905.297.1196 • www.melaniegillis.com
Mixed Media, 154 James St. N. 905.529.2323 • www.mixedmediahamilton.com
Showcasing a mix of locally inspired art including posters, prints and clothing with a Hamilton bent. New works by Scott Hume, Chelsea Watt, David Collier, Bryce Huffman, Matt McIness, Dave

O’Connor, Becky Katz and others.

Homegrown Cafe- PWYC music show, old skydragon space.

RELISH, 6 Cannon St. E. • Relish on Etsy
Relish now occupies the space formerly known as Downtown Bike Hounds (now located at 14 John St. N.). Stylish art, design and fashion curated by Katherine Hollands is sure to make people turn the

corner and discover this interesting new endeavour.
Skydragon Centre, 27 King William St. • www.skydragon.org

The Sonic Unyon Building, 22 Wilson St.
Featuring the studios of Jenna Rose • Blackbird Studios • Silver Studio • Lori LeMare, Hidden Pony Vintage and Environment Hamilton.

Studio 12, 126 James St. N. 3rd floor • www.studio12.ca

The Studios at Hotel Hamilton, 195 James St. N. • www.thestudiosathotelhamilton.com
Lots of great studios to explore including Julia Veenstra’s beautiful space. In Room 208 this month: Bernie Hudecki and his pointillistic painting made with crayon and marker. Portraits, still

life, figurative work.

Studios at Vasco da Gama, 175 James St. N. 3rd Flr.
Art by Victoria Pearce, Deborah Pearce & Jessica Roth. Also check out the BATTLE OF THE BRUSHES on the 2nd Floor!

Sylvia Nickerson Illustration, 126 James St. N. 3rd Flr. 905.730.3288 • www.sylvianickerson.ca
Tribal Gallery, 174 James St. N. 905.385.1829
Nomadic, tribal and ethnic jewellery, textiles and artifacts. Featuring photographs by John Mokrycke.

Worker’s Arts & Heritage Centre, 51 Stuart St. • www.wahc-museum.ca Hammering Away: Erasure and Action in Hamilton is a multidisciplinary art exhibition conceived by the Workers Arts & Heritage

Centre in association with Hamilton Artists Inc. and the SHIFT Collective that brings together artists from a variety of perspectives, localities and backgrounds working toward a deeper

understanding and re-imagining of the matrices and totalities active in the city of Hamilton and the creation of Hamilton-ness. Artists include: Bryce Kanbara, Robert Yates, Emily Andrus, Kat O’

Hagan (Kiki LeFont), Gordon Leverton, Annie E. Fraser, Gerten Basom, Christina DeMelo, Emily Johnson, Millie Roy & Michael Allgoewer.

White Elephant Handmade & Vintage, 133 James St. N. 905-667-0325 • www.whiteelephantvintage.com

You Me Gallery-Wayne Allan Journeyman Hellen Sovereign Museum of the Mind
330 James St. N. 905.523.7754 • www.youmegallery.ca the first .

Transit Gallery-Matthew Varey- New Work
230 Locke St South

One thought on “Art Crawl Jan13/2012!!!!

  1. Susan Edwards

    Please add my business to your site:

    Here’s a little info. Thank you. Susan Edwards

    Humblepie- 142 James St. N.

    We are a retail store and studio/workshop inviting you to explore classic, eclectic design details in a creative, fresh environment. The shop smells wonderful and with blues & jazz playing throughout the store and workspace, it’s a very inspiring experience. There is an in-house upright bass and piano for live music. We specialize in vintage and upcycled fashion & interior design accessories, kitchenware & barware, pottery & linens, jewellery, furniture and original artwork. Humblepie is a one-stop shop retreat for those in search of something useful, beautiful and unique.

    Most of our items are ‘one offs’, not ‘off the shelf’, and a lot of them celebrate a bygone era of quality manufacturing that is unlikely to return. Our stock is ever-changing, and although diverse, everything we sell shares a common thread of great design, craftsmanship or engineering that has stood the test of time. However, we would like to offer more than a great deal or a nostalgic trip; and by breathing new life into tired items destined for the land-fill, we can all help to reduce, re-use and recycle. Join us for one of our creative workshops.

    Up-cycling, as it relates to interior design, is re-inventing and re-using old furniture/materials and turning it into something that works in today’s interiors. It is seeing the potential of discarded materials and developing them or incorporating them into bespoke, custom design. Contact us if you like the ethos behind up-cycling. It’s not only about reducing waste and consumption of new materials, but also to develop design processes that constantly seeks to add value for sustainable living.

    Humblepie loves jazz!
    With an in-house piano and upright bass, we always have a party going on every ArtCrawl! Please join us on the second Friday of every month for a great time!

Comments are closed.