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Solo Shows and Installations
Top row: Hana P Rotchild, Lisa Flowers Ross, Lorraine Roy, Victoria Potrovitza, Marie Bergstedt.
The Corridor Galleries
Queen Elizabeth Park Community
and Cultural Centre
Oakville, Ontario, Canada
Sat. Oct 13 – Sun. Nov 25, 2018
Opening Reception: Sat. Oct 20, 2018 1:00 – 3:30 pm
Address: Queen Elizabeth Park
and Cultural Centre,
2302 Bridge Road,
Closest Intersection: Bridge Road & Third Line
Directions: Click Here
With this exhibit, we enter a world where variety, innovation and a sustained vision have the upper hand. Featuring the work of 25 artists from very different aesthetic and cultural traditions, Solo Shows & Installations promises to be the festival’s largest exhibit.
This is the third time the curators Gareth Bate and Dawne Rudman have focused on showing entire bodies of work in the festival. Most artists are showing either sections of bodies of work, or an entire body of work. There are a few artists with large single works and at least 4 large-scale installations.
The Corridor Galleries at our main festival venue Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre provide a huge array of exhibition space. The work will be shown all over the building. Be sure not to miss the Gallery show Flow.
- Canada: Alberta: Edmonton: Mitch Chalifoux, Manitoba: Winnipeg: Colette Balcaen, Ontario: Dundas: Lorraine Roy, Manitoulin Island: Judy Martin, Richmond Hill: Melanie Siegel, Toronto: Jane LowBeer, St. Catharines: Hana P Rotchild, Quebec: Chelsea: Carmella Karijo Rother, Montreal: Sarabeth Trivino, Verchères: Paulette Sauvé,
- Hungary: Budapest: Eszter Bornemisza.
- Netherlands: The Hague: Aliza Thomas.
- Sweden: Uppsala: Lis Korsgren.
- UK: Hampshire, New Forest: Sarah Waters, Kent: Maidstone: Cas Holmes, Tunbridge Wells: Anne Kelly, Manchester: Manchester: Stewart Kelly.
- USA: California: Berkeley: Teddy Milder, Lancaster: Victoria Potrovitza, San Francisco: Marie Bergstedt, Idaho: Boise: Lisa Flowers Ross, Minnesota, Plymouth: Linda Kollofski, New Hampshire: Stafford: Wen Redmond. New York: East Amherst: Sun Young Kang, Tennessee: Memphis: Paula Kovarik.
VenueThe Corridor Galleries at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
Oakville's wonderful cultural centre which opened in 2012 and hosted the Myth Making and Variegated Threads exhibitions for Festival 2012. The exhibition space was considerably expanded and for Festival 2014 and 2016 we had displays throughout this entire large venue. Festival 2018 will again be showing throughout the building. Be sure not to miss the Gallery show Flow, the large installation in the Display Area Gallery and the other group shows in the Display Area and Corridor Galleries.
Gallery Liaison: Tonia Di Risio.
Some of the Corridor Galleries at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre in Oakville, Ontario.