MULBERRY DEFACTO-Peter and Fehn Have a Artshow
Photography by some of hamilton’s up and coming photographers. Mulberry Coffee House.
THE NATHANIEL HUGHSON GALLERY- Ianitza Vassileva and Alicia Giansante-Transition Slates
(27 John St N)
Ianitza Vassileva is an exploration of the properties and potential of light using lenses to destroy, familiarize, and recreate the human form. Vassileva’s paintings are intriguing and playful, all the while keeping the viewer at a distance.
Alicia Giansante collects materials and ritually assembles them presenting the viewer with objects that are at once familiar and fantasy in her series Findings. The works capture our imaginations taking us into Giansante’s delightful world filled with strange creatures.
MCCARTNEY & SON Resturant-Kyle Stewart 282 James North
Paintings in a contemporary fashion, a must see.
HAMMER CITY RECORDS-INAMORATA by CAROLINE MURAKAMI
Hammer City Records is thrilled to have long time shop supporter Caroline Murakami show her artwork in store. Lovingly crafted explorations of flora, fauna, horror and dark fantasy in pencil crayons, paints and inks.
As with any Art Crawl Night, records and refreshments will be served! And Franky and Jimmy play in the alley!
228 James St N at Rear off Robert Street Alley
B CONTEMPORARY-Scott Sawtell-There is a light that never goes out(226 James N)
Acrylic and Oil Paintings.
THE FACTORY -Superpoistion Light and Sound
Laura De Decker and David McKevy-multimedia/film
HAVN-ME N’ U -2nd Birthday Party (26 Barton close to james north and barton)
After another amazing year of artshows, its time to celebrate one of Hamilton’s best gallery and some of the nicest and very talented people. Drop by and have some fun!
With this solo exhibition, C.Wells commemorates the centennial anniversary of the inception and invention of the line marker (1911-2011), and its inventor Edward Hines. The artist explores both the history of the line marker – in its origins of Trenton, Michigan – and its role as global communication device in contemporary society.
126 James Street North, 2nd floor
HAMILTON ARTISTS INC-A Calamity of Uncommonality-Sarah Beattie, Michelle Manzoni, Michelle Teitsma
Although dissimilar in both process and premise, the works share a commonality in the artists’ comprehensive exploration of their respective subjects. This exhibition joyously abandons rational thematic classification, and instead celebrates individuality.
YOU ME GALLERY Black and White in Colour-James Chambers and Colleen O’Reilly(320 James N)
Photos in Colour
FLAGSHIP GALLERY-HEART + TEARS Rober Vander Plaats (opens may16)
This interesting and kaleidoscopic art show opens next Friday. It shows how one individual managed to continuously paint a gripping journey reaching for sanity and a holy place against extreme odds.
ART WORD ART BAR -Music and Art(15 Colbourne aka James and Colburne)
Jazz w. Fred Butler and Abigail Neale Big Band, with Fred Butler on tenor sax and Abigail Neale on alto sax, plus trombones and trumpets, piano, bass, guitar, drums.
DR DISC-RAISE THE ROOF CONCERT (FREE)
Hamilton Magazine and I Heart Hamilton present the ”Raise the Roof” Concert Series, 2014 Edition
Friday, June 13, 2014 (Special store hours: 10:00 am until 11:00 pm)
6:00 – 6:30pm > Billy Moon
7:00 – 7:30pm > Rhythm Church
8:00 – 8:30pm > Wild Night
9:00 – 9:30pm > Hachey the MouthPEACE
10:00 – 10:45pm > Thought Beneath Film
Note: Concert is weather permitting and there is NO rain date.
20 WILSON ST 3-4PM
DR.DISC also has a artshow by Re-Duo Donna Akrey and Jo-Anne Balcaen have produced a series of 10 portraits that re-stage vinyl record covers of famous rock, pop, folk and country music duos from the ‘60s, ‘70s and ‘80s.
THIS AINT HOLLYWOOD-Celebrate Imants (james and murray)
DE SADIST AU GO GO/THE KRUMONES/THE LET DOWNS/KRUMMY STUFF/THE JIMMY DIKS
ARTIFICIAL DISSEMINATION/KRUMMERELOS/BOB BRYDEN
A celebration of the life of a Hamilton Legend, also poster art will be on display
Part business, mostly pleasure and all party, it’s MIXXED BUSINESS.
CLUB ABSINTHE-Artcrawl afterparty-Mixed Business
Anchoring a new weekly jam is none other than WALTER DEANS alongside rotating guests bringing you the ultimate party stew. Whether it’s hip hop, electronic, indie, pop, or your Dad’s vinyl collection – as long as it gets you on the floor, it’s on our speakers. No genre will be safe.
Art by Temper Temper, Sheebs Milligan, Doodles Under the Influence
BALTIMORE HOUSE-Artcrawl After Party-Jumple, Olivia & The Creepy Crawles, The Vaudevillian
THE BB GUNS/ THE STRANGER/ REDANDA & COMET CONTROL
43 King William
66 James Street North (before Wilson)
NEEDLEWORK- 174 James N-Textile Workshop
Check out the spot and drop off your can goods during artcrawl for foodbanks!
JULIA VEENSTRA STUDIO -195 James North
HISTORY AND HERITAGE-and also Hamilton store
MCCARTNEY & SON Resturant-282 James North
WORK-337 James North
HANDKNIT YARN STUDIO O”S CLOTHES -Men’s Clothes
BURNT TONGUE-10 Cannon St
CHAISES MUSICALS-Furniture, books, music, dvds (cannon and james)
152 James St North
WHITE ELEPHANT-Clothes and Jewlery 133 James N
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)
O’S CLOTHES-3 Cannon st beside Burnt Toungue-Men’s Clothes