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Outdoor Environmental

Common Thread International Exhibition

Sandra Poczubut, Amy Bagshaw & Jason Legault, Sandra Poczubut, Jessica Marion Barr, Sandra Poczubut, Cara Bleskie, Mark Reinhart.


The Grounds
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre

Oakville, Ontario, Canada


Nov. 2 – 25, 2012
Opening Reception: Sat. Nov. 3, 2012, 2- 5 pm

Address: Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre, 2302 Bridge Road, Oakville, Ontario
(Closest Intersection Bridge Road & Third Line)
Hours: Mon. - Sat. 10 am – 5 pm, Sun. 12 - 5 pm
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Exhibition Description

For the first time we are holding an entire fibre art exhibition outside! Our Outdoor Environmental Installations will feature site-specific work made especially for the Festival that engages the grounds of Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre. The raised garden islands around the parking lot and the main entrance to the building will be activated with exciting installations. Go inside to see the three other exhibitions at this venue.

Download the 2012 Festival Exhibition Brochure.






Common Thread International Exhibitions

The Common Thread International exhibitions are the flagship shows of the World of Threads Festival. Hundreds of artists from around the world submitted bodies of work, installations or individual pieces to the Festival. Multiple curators from various Oakville and Toronto galleries have created exciting exhibitions based on their own unique interests. We bring international contemporary fibre art to Oakville and the Toronto area as well as highlight the strength of our local artists.



The Grounds of Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre will host this years Outdoor Environmental Installations. Oakville's newest cultural centre has just opened in April 2012.

Special Thanks to Gallery Liaison Tonia Di Risio.

The Grounds of Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Culture Centre, Oakville