Jon Shaw’s exhibition of new work at NAC documents the devolution of the former General Hospital on Queenston Street in St. Catharines, in both an artistically and socially engaging manner.
Charmaine Lurch’s exhibition Compounding Vision at the Riverbrink Art Museum offers visual metaphors for how we understand – or ignore – history.
The latest iteration of the annual St. Catharines Juried Exhibition is both a visually evocative and conceptually engaging exploration of the theme of Transformations.
Sheldon Rooney is a prolific artist who works in a varity of media, and in this artist feature, he offers a preview of his upcoming exhibition at NAC.
Bruce Thompson is presenting a new body of work, all about experience and memory in mark making, at Rise Above Restaurant in downtown St. Catharines.
Andrea LeTourneau’s SHIFT is a one night only event, combining aspects of dance, performance and visual arts This is the latest in her multidisciplinary, temporary works she’s produced in collaborative frameworks.
Carolyn Wren’s installation War Map Dress Trilogy, part of her larger retrospective at Rodman Hall Art Centre, offers a more political, and more disturbing commentary on our current political and social climate than might initially be considered. We offer a darker response to this very charged piece, in this brief return to the exhibition.
Emily Andrews presents a new body of work in the Dennis Tourbin Members Gallery at NAC, continuing her surreal yet exquisitely painted series that is both eerie and enthralling.
An exhibition on display in the Dennis Tourbin Gallery at NAC presents work by two artists that contrast and conflict in terms of process and permanence.
Blending sound + visuals in a variety of unique places, SONIC GLOW proves to be a spectacular experience.