Exhibition runs from Sep 28-Jan 18 at Central Mediatheque. Curated by Blair Fornwald, Assistant Curator. Toronto-based artist Bridget Moser’s absurdly brilliant video is shot entirely in a generic hotel room. The artist, dressed in a vivid cobalt blue outfit that includes a bizarrely-proportioned handknit sweater with long drooping arms, deadpans her way through a series of nonsensical, vaguely frustrating gestures that cohere into a loose, yet choreographed narrative.
Opening reception on Sep 29 and exhibition runs until Oct 29 at Central Gallery. Curated by Wendy Peart, Curator of Education and Community Outreach. The Deaf Forest is a powerful installation produced by Thom Collegiate Deaf and Hard of Hearing students, with teacher Joanne Weber, artists Chrystene Ells and Berny Hi and the Deaf Crows Inc. It represents, and seeks to find understanding between, three distinct communities: the Hearing world, the Hard of Hearing world and the Deaf world.
Meet at the Victoria Park Cenotaph. In honour of Culture Days, join flaneur and Prairie History Librarian Warren James for a stroll looking at architectural treasures of the Storey(s), Van Egmond, Clemesha, Portnall and others.