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The Red and the Black

Top row: Colette Boulet, Miriam Medrez, Christine Mauersberger, Robert Davidovitz, Joelle Shafter. 
Second row: Robert Davidovitz, Gordana Olujic Dosic, Lady Saphire, Denise Lithgow, Ana Laura Diosdado.
Bottom row: Beverly Ayling-Smith, Mary Grisey, Leila Olfert, Chris Motley, J. Penney Burton.



The Gallery
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre

Main Festival Venue

Oakville, Ontario, Canada


Sat. Nov. 1 - Sun. Nov. 30, 2014
Opening Reception: Sat. Nov. 1, 2014, 2 - 4 pm

Address: Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre,
2302 Bridge Road, Oakville, Ontario
Closest Intersection: Bridge Road & Third Line
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Parking: Free

Gallery Hours: Mon. – Sat. 10 am - 6 pm, Sun. 12 - 5 pm
Admission: Free
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Exhibition Description

There are 32 artists in this exhibition, hailing from Australia, Canada, Japan, Mexico, UK, USA.

Curators Gareth Bate and Dawne Rudman began with an international call for submissions that attracted hundreds of artists. They like to curate based entirely on what they receive. When looking for the main thematic exhibition they were struck by the continual occurrence of dramatic works in red and black. They decided to bring them all together into a show which became The Red and the Black. This will be mounted in the beautiful gallery at our main festival venue Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre in Oakville.







The Gallery at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
Oakville's newest cultural centre opened in 2012 and hosted the exhibition Quiet Zone in Festival 2012. We are very exhited to show again in this spectacular new gallery. 

Special Thanks:
Gallery Liaison
: Tonia Di Risio.


The Quiet Zone exhibition in the 2012 World of Threads Festival at The Gallery at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Culture Centre, Oakville.