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Print Studio Fall Courses

The Print Studio is now accepting online registrations for our exciting line-up of Fall 2009 Courses!


Please visit our website to view our workshop offerings, from courses in classical printmaking techniques to training in digital imaging processes.

Registration is accepted on a first come, first serve basis, so be sure to register early as class sizes are limited.

Members of The Print Studio receive discounted rates on all course and workshop registrations throughout the year. To become a member today, please visit:


Enjoy the rest of your summer, and we look forward to seeing you again next month during the next James North Art Crawl on September 11!

PrintStudio Adult Class

Ok a last minute thing for all those intereseted

I just wanted to let you know that our creative holiday adult course will
be running this week (July 20th - 24th) in the studio. We have registered
a capacity group of 8 students who will be working Monday to Thursday from
10 - 3pm and Friday from 10 - 1pm. We will be working generally at the
front tables and on the 2 etching presses.
If interested please contact the Printstudio directly at
Phone: 905 524 5084
Email: info@theprintstudio.ca 

More Art Show Info

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