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Downtown Bike Hounds
6 Cannon St. E. T: 905.865.7249
Bike Bingo mixes art and everyone’s favou-
rite numbers game. Artists Amy Kenny and
Karen Casey display a collection of 24 bike
paintings - with a twist. Each of these 11x14
paintings is priced at $50 and laid out in a
Bingo card-style grid. Buyers who purchase
from a completed line (horizontal, vertical
or diagonal) receive gifts and discounts from
Bike Hounds.

Dundas Museum and Archives
139 Park St. West, Dundas T: 905.627.7412
mon-Ffri 10-5, sat-sun 1-4
Something Borrowed, Something Blue:
Celebrating Wedding Traditions runs from
June 19-August 31. Come out to learn the
history behind some of our time-honoured
wedding traditions. Why do we give bridal
showers? Why do we throw rice? Find out at
the Dundas Museum & Archives!

Gallery on the Bay
231 Bay St. North, T: 905.540.8532
thurs-sun 12-5
FUGUE paintings by Holly Sneath are avail-
able for public viewing from May 29-June
21. Thursday, June 25 at 7pm, attend Read-
ings on a Summer’s Eve with Lisa Moore,
Giles Blunt, Claire Holden Rothman and
Sherri Vanderveen.

Gallery on 4
Central Library, 55 York Blvd.
T: 905.546.3200 x3405 www.hpl.ca
mon-thurs 9-9/fri-sat 9-5/sun 1-5
Featured artist for June is Edd Scorpio.
Scorpio’s collection of photos chronicle his
journey from the equator to the Bruce Pen-

Hamilton Artists Inc.
161 James St. N. T: 905.529.3355
tues-fri 12-5, sat 12-4
ARTOPIA 2009 - Artists Home Show. The an-
nual fundraiser for the Inc. will be held Fri-
day, June 12. Doors open at 7pm. On the sec-
ond floor roof top of Jackson Square, inside
the old Bank of Montreal.

Hamilton HIStory+HERitage
165 James St. N. T: 905.526.1405
www.historyandheritage.ca thur-sat 11-5
Fading Light – a history of lighted signs, as
photographed by Michel Proulx continues.

Intolerant Gallery
239 King st. E. T: 905.527.1133
tues-sat 1-5
A gluten-free art space currently showing
works by Amanda Wedekind, Martin Verrall,
Gord Pullar and Adrian Jeffery.

James North Art Crawl
Up, down and all-around James North
Second Friday night of every month. 7pm.
Explore the many galleries, shops and studios
that are now calling this historic neighbour-
hood home. A coordinated effort started and
supported by the original batch of art spaces
here - the Art Crawl is quickly becoming a
can’t miss event.

James North Studio
328 James St. N.
Showcasing the works of Colleen O’Reilly-
Lafferty and Jim Chambers.

Loose Canon Gallery
150 James St. N. T: 905.515.4346
www.loosecanongallery.com wed-sat 12-6
David Irvine and his “low-brow”, high-fuelled
illustrations and paintings until July 4.

McMaster Museum of Art
1280 Main St. W. T: 905.525.9140
tue/wed/fri 11-5, Thur 11-7, Sat 12-5
Until August 29, Matt Sparling’s Crossroads
installation of large-scale composite photo-
graphs chronicles journeys through southern
Ontario’s back roads and ghost towns. Fausta
Facciponte’s exhibition entitled Reliable fea-
tures commonplace objects transformed by
time, experience and the photographic pro-

Mixed Media
154 James St. N. T: 905.529.2323
tue/wed/thurs 11-6, fri 11-7 Sat 10-5
The Pop Show features newly-minted dads
and dads-to-be: Tor Lukasik-Foss, Matt
McInnes, Dave Kuruc, Gordon Leverton,
Pasqualino Probo, Nate Johnson and Jessie

The Print Studio
173 James St. N. T: 905.524.5084
wed-fri 10-6, sat 12-6
Paradox of the Vocation links professional
artists as Community Arts Practitioners with
medical staff from the Juravinski Cancer
Centre (JCC) in a creative collaborative re-
lationship. The culmination of this project
can be seen at Juravinski Cancer Centre this

you me gallery
330 James St. N. T: 905.523.7754
www.youmegallery.ca wed-sun 12-5
Robert Yates : Group of 7 until July 4

Workers Arts & Heritage
51 Stuart St.T: 905.522.3003
www.wahc-museum.ca tues-sat 10-4
Until September, the WAHC features Brenda
McClellan with her exhibit Gone From Adver-
tised Position. The paintings are a portrayal
of the loss of Newfoundland’s rural-outpost
traditional way of life. They are a study of
turmoil, uncertainty, reality and illusion de-
picting the chaos of these changing tim