"Spring & Arnaud", an "artful and art-filled" feature documentary on artists Spring Hurlbut and Arnaud Maggs, directed by York visual arts Professor Katherine Knight and film alumna Marcia Connolly, screens at the Bloor Hot Docs Cinema November 1-5. Read more
Professor Nina Levitt was commissioned to do new work for the launch of Artscape Youngplace, an exciting new arts building at 180 Shaw Street just north of Queen.
The former elementary school has been renovated as a new arts destination with artist's studios, galleries and arts organizations.
Her work is now installed on the 2nd floor hallway, part of a 5-person show called UNARCHIVE. You can see it any time the building is open.
There will be an opening reception and curator's talk for Nina's show in January.
Toronto-based artist and YorkU MFA graduate (2003) Kim Dorland will be showing his latest work as a culmination of his artist-in-residence project at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection.
Visit the McMichael Art Gallery website for more information.
"Kim Dorland: ‘Tom Thomson on acid’ An unprecedented show puts Dorland’s work alongside the Group of Seven paintings that inspire him"