This Friday is ARTCRAWL!

ART CRAWL JUNE 10/11!!!

(Also special event Caribou performing a Dj Set above Academica, tickets at Brain and the Ship)

 

FOCUS GALLERY-Christopher Lori-New Works (till July 8/10)
66 James Street North (before Wilson)
Charcoal on paper

B CONTEMPORARY- 226 James St N (Old Ricca Furniture Building)
Dereliction/Vesna Trkulja-Stevens-Lineage

Peter Stevens studied Graphic Design at Sheridan College and Photography at Zone VI in Vermont. He has shown in numerous galleries in Hamilton and at the Grimsby Public Gallery. He is currently the Brand Design Manager for Pier 8 Group in Hamilton and Art Director for Hamilton Arts & Letters.

Vesna Trkulja-Stevens studied Fine Art at McMaster University. She has exhibited her work at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, The McMaster Museum of Art, The MacIntosh Gallery in London, The Burlington Art Centre, and York University, among others.

SKYDRAGON- Violeta San Juan-New Works

Long-time human rights and environmental activist and painter Violeta San Juan unveils a triptych of paintings dealing with the impact of mining on landscapes, wildlife, community and water. A talk will be given by the artist at 8pm

LOOSE CANNON-ZOO -Jacqui Oakley,Jamie Lawson, Steve NewBerry, Dushan Milic, Kyle Reed, Jen Hsieh and Dan Brandon

Art about Animals, words by Judith Scholes & Carolyn Veldstra

HAMMER CITY RECORDS -TBA

WAHC-WORK SIGHTS-GEORGE HUNTER

Known as “Canada’s most traveled photographer” for his numerous trips to exotic locales around the world and at home, George Hunter is perhaps most recognized as the photographer for the 1972 National Film Board exhibition People of Many Lands.

BOOKS & BEATS 170 James St. N TBA

HISTORY AND HERITAGE-Come On-A My House (cont’d)

Growing Up Italian in Hamilton’s North End is an exhibition that began fortuitously. Andrea Malloni, granddaughter of Anita Malloni who had passed away in early 2010, came in with a book under her arm. It was a tribute that she and Len her dad and son of Anita, had put together for family members.

HAMILTON ARTISTS INC-Colin Lyons Automatic Ruins

Hamilton Artists Inc. presents Colin Lyons’ exhibition, Automatic Ruins. The exhibition totals some 36 pieces, using an array of installation and printmaking techniques. These photo etchings and sculptures are reminiscent of the abandoned industrial ruins of Lyons’ hometown of Petrolia and are inspired by the museum archives of the cities that the artist visits while exhibiting.

NEW HARBOURS MUSIC SERIES-TBA

YOU ME GALLERY -Collaborative Damage

Installation by Sile Dwarde Nosetab (Bob Ezergailis, Will Ferguson, Ellis Bateson)

BLUE ANGEL GALLERY- LINDA TOWART

Portraits of local musicians. Music at 8pm Roxanne Campbell 9pm Dirty Sleeves, Don Mckenzie, Rocky Hill
243 James St North 905-522-8735

ART WORD ART BAR -THURSDAY AND FRIDAY MARCH 10 AND 11

Thursday March 10 at 8 pm: “Behind the Kiln #5” an evening of real-time multi-media collaborations between dancers, musicians and visual artists: Liz Bates, Maxine Heppner, Grace Loney, Jenny Rae, Kathryn Wiersma, Jennifer Lockman, Matthew Van Allen, Tanis Macarthur, Justine Lanza, Tansy, Ron Weihs, Judith Sandiford. No cover.

Friday March 11, during Art Crawl, a special concert by Lake of Stew, a six-piece acoustic string band from Montreal on tour with their new CD “Sweet as Pie”. Tip-jar. Lake Of Stew features a rotating cast of lead vocalists and full-group harmonies, with all kinds of original tunes, from waltzes to sing-alongs, barnburners to boogies. Brad Levia (arch-top, slide guitar, vocals), Richard Rigby (mandolin, banjo, harmonica, vocals), Daniel Mckell (guitar, kazoo, vocals), Mike Rigby (guitar, mandolin, vocals), Julia Narveson (gut-tub bass, bass, fiddle, banjolin, vocals) and Dina Cindric (accordion, banjo, piano, ukelele, bass, vocals).

THE FACTORY – TBA

THE PRINTSTUDIO – ACCIDENTAL LITERACY-GROUP SHOW

Briar Craig, Denise Hawrysio, Becky Ip, Pascaline Knight, Judy Major-Girardin & Lisa Turner
Accidental Literacy features works by six artists who hail from diverse geographic, cultural and printmaking backgrounds. Though their practices vary greatly in content and presentation, each of them incorporates elements of chance b to shape their imagery. The varied engagements with printmaking invite the viewer to gain a deeper understanding of the capabilities of the medium as an artistic practice.

MEMBERS SPACE SMALL IS GOOD MEMBERS SHOW/SALE!

RELISH, 6 Cannon St. E. • Relish on Etsy
A brand new shop takes over the space formerly held by Downtown Bike Hounds. Stylish art, design and fashion curated by Katherine Hollands is sure to make people turn the corner and discover this interesting new endeavour.

Chaises Musicals-Furniture, books, music, dvds
152 James St North

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)

HOTEL HAMILTON STUDIOS – 195 James St N.

Between the Mulberry Cafe and the Brain

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  • Studio 12 – 126 James Street North, second floor presents: An evening with the music of master drummer Amadou Kienou playing the Djembe and Studio 12 member’s images from around the world. Come and try your hand at drumming!

  • Hi there My name is Jason Whalen I am Photographer and Owner Of Bright Eyes Photography and I a Artiest and was wanting to know at the next art crawl if there is and street space to let me i look to sell & showcase my works of art and if some could get back to me with space and price for the night if there is hydro i can use to that be great well again thanks hydro is to charge my laptop again jason

    whalen-jay@hotmail.com
    905 818 8267
    http://www.wix.com/brighteyesphotograph/intro

  • admin says:

    You should go to various businesses that are closed at night and ask permission, btw I don’t think people will let you use their hydro.