Events-ART CRAWL THIS FRIDAY !!

ARTCRAWL!!!!!!!!!!
DRDISC-Raise the Roof Series
DR. DISC announces the “Raise the Roof” Concert Series 2015, presented by Hamilton Magazine and I Heart Hamilton

Friday, August 14, 2015 (Special store hours: 10:00 am until 10:00 pm)

10:00 – 10:45pm > Emay

9:00 – 9:30pm > Gillian Nicola

8:00 – 8:30pm > TV FREAKS

7:00 – 7:30pm > The White Crowleys

6:00 – 6:30pm > The Altobeelays

MACNAB PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-Growing Settled-
An exploration of environment, community and home.

COMPILATION-Drew Taylor and Mary Cathryn McCarthy
(22Wilson St)
Art show, collage, paintings and mixed media.
MULBERRY CAFE-Scott Martin-Burnt Toast
Burnt Toast Creative is the design alias for Canadian artist, Scott Martin. Scott has been published in Juxtapoz Magazine and worked with companies like Fast Company, Red Bull and Dropbox. Scott’s exhuberent and technical style has earned him international recognition as an artist and freelance commercial illustrator. Scott Martin lives and works in Hamilton, and is proud to be a part of its burgeoning art community.

BALTIMORE HOUSE-RETRO RAVE AND CULTURE CLUB
Retro rave music playing and group art show by Julie Fazooli, Sanjay B Patel
Abstract Visions by Dan Rivero, Brian Nix and Petra Matar

THIS AIN’T HOLLYWOOD-Spooky Astronaut Club-Group Show
Present 1000 hand drawn architect pen and ink stickers. From $1-5 each, you can go home with an entire pocketful of art for less than a pint of draft. Come meet the founders of the club while they sit in on the show. Envelopes will be provided for all purchases. This 3 days only show is a unique opportunity to purchase original art work for less than a cup of terrible coffee. On september 14th the board members will be hanging a 2nd show “SECONDCRAWL” of prints, plaque mounts and paintings by the active roster.

THE FACTORY–IO Lab-Steve Hudak, Andrew O’Connor and Tanya Goncalves
IO Lab is an audio visualization pilot project encouraging media artists of all levels to test and share their experimental interactive works. Audio Visualization is simply the visual representation (output) of an audio signal (input), the only IO Lab limitation is that all works must be designed to respond in real time either physically or in code. This physical computing environment explores the blurry space where analog meets digital and in the interaction expresses something unexpected. Media artists are encouraged to participate with their code live, their works interacting with each other, the space, and the audience.

HAMMER CITY RECORDS-Jeff Coopman (228 StN At Rear off Robert Alley)
Yup it’s our birthday and we’re ringing in 5 years at a great night featuring work by local skater & artist JEFF COOPMAN. More details to follow, just plan to come out for fun!
On Art Crawl Nights you can stop in via b contemporary gallery direct from James St North, or the usual entrance off the Robert Street alley located between Granny’s Place and the now ex-Classic Cafe Patio.

HAVN-Loud Places and Soft Hearts-Hannah Clark and Antonio Giacchetti (25 Barton St)
A multi-media exhibition showcasing the works of emerging artists from Hamilton, Ontario; Hannah Clark and Antonio Giacchetti.
An exploration of youth and self-awareness that breaks down our cultural perceptions of personhood and gender in order to present a new way of looking at identity and existence.

YOU ME GALLERY -Broke, Busted & Badly Bent-Doug Carter
Assemblages, sculptures.

HAMILTON STORE-Tom Bochsler (165 James st N)
Back by popular demand, Tom Bochsler, Photographer, will be in The Hamilton Store courtyard chatting about his 50 + year career as a commercial photographer. His book – The Art of Industry – will be available for sale and signing.
Joining Tom is artist Grace Falco Chambers who will have copies of her book – The Greatest Grandpa – which she co-produced with Jennica Lauren Falco – available.

THE NATHANIEL HUGHSON GALLERY-So Long and Thanks for all the debt-Claire Anderson (27 John n and King William)
Join us as we introduce Claire Anderson’s glass sculptures. A study in the chaos and serenity, Anderson’s work is a reflection on the duality of human nature.
A graduate of the Sheridan College of Art and Design, Anderson has recently returned to the area. She is currently an artist in residence at the Mississauga Living Arts Centre while she works on building her own studio in the Niagara area. We are excited to see what she will be producing in her new home.

HAMILTON ARTISTS INC-Black Mirror-Marigold Santos
BLACK MIRROR, combines new and recent work by Montreal based interdisciplinary artist, Marigold Santos. Using the black mirror as a metaphor, an 18th century tool used by landscape painters to abstract and simplify their subject matter through its reflection, Santos plays with the concept of fragmentation and reflection as it applies to self-hood. Through re-telling and re-configuring the folklore, landscapes and narratives of her past, Santos reflects on her identity, the concept of home and the hybridities between as one navigates the diaspora. When contemplating the past, we are no longer remembering, we are constructing something new, simultaneously affecting our view of the past and present. BLACK MIRROR employs this reflection and reconfiguration in the creation of personal mythos. Through both invented and re-imagined narratives, Santos invites the viewer into a space that is fantastical and foreboding, mystical and otherworldly.

HOMEGROWN-tba

B CONTEMPORARY-tba

CENTRE3–The Magic Show
Art, and more importantly the artist’s ability to conjure imagery and provoke imagination is not unlike that of a magician. Magic can mystify the audience and blur the line between possibility and implausibility. Artists were encouraged to consider art & magic as one and interpret the theme in a variety of ways.
Featuring Works By:
Breanne Bandur, Karen Bergsteinsson , Robert Creighton, Eric Euler, Carlos Gómez, Ingrid Mayrhofer, Matt McInnes, Helena Rakic, Jim Riley, Maureen Steuart, Judy TaylorFLAGSHIP

ART WORD ART BAR -Music and Art(15 Colbourne aka James and Colburne)
Jazz Music

This Aint Hollywood/Club Absinthe/Homegrown/Baltimore House-All these events have music after parties. Usually This Aint Hollywood, Homegrown and Club Absinthe have art as well.

FOCUS GALLERY-tba
66 James Street North (before Wilson)

NEEDLEWORK– 174 James N-Textile Workshop
Temporarily above burnt tongue!

JULIA VEENSTRA STUDIO -195 James North

HOMEGROWN-tba KIng William

HISTORY AND HERITAGE-and also Hamilton store

SALTLICK-282 James North

WORK-337 James North

HANDKNIT YARN STUDIO-Yarn Supplies 10 Cannon

BURNT TONGUE-10 Cannon St

O’S CLOTHES -150 James St N

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)

52 thoughts on “Events-ART CRAWL THIS FRIDAY !!

  1. Allie Clark

    HI, I would like to get involved with the art crawl and sell my art. I’m seeing a lot of comments about just being able to come by and set up? I would really appreciate it if someone can email me with some info. I’ve been having a hard time figuring out where to go for this.

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