January 17 to January 24
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Motion | The 2018 City of St. Catharines Annual Juried Exhibit “Motion” called upon artists to consider what movement of everyday life in our community looks like. This exhibit provides the audience with an opportunity to consider what the process of movement means to them in their community. How does it feel? What does it sound like? What obj…


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The Arts in Medicine (AiM) program at the Walker Family Cancer Centre (WFCC) in Niagara Health System (NHS) is inviting Artists from the St. Catharines arts community to take part in the Art on Loan program, as well as the opportunity to participate as Guest Artists. Art on Loan is a project that features loaned artwork from local artists…


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An exhibition of selected items from the permanent collection presenting local artists of national significance whose works recall local history, culture, and geography. Curated by Visual Arts Alumna, Emma German. Exhibition: Saturday Jan. 27, 2018 - Sunday Jan. 20, 2019 Gallery Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 10 am to 5 pm Thursday: 10 a…


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As an enduring and popular subject for European-trained artists, depictions of First Peoples convey the world view of the colonizers. The artworks on display in this exhibition provide insight into European attitudes and perceptions of Indigenous people. The Samuel E. Weir Collection includes many such representations, and even some rare works by I…


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The Niagara Pumphouse Arts Centre is pleased to present its Pumphouse Instructors’ Exhibition, December 5, 2018 – March 31, 2019, featuring the artwork of some of our talented instructors. Please join us on Thursday December 6, 7 p.m. for the opening reception. Many of the instructors at the Pumphouse are professional artists who are actively…


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A collection of paintings and sketches by local artist Jason Dwyer, presented in the 2nd floor lounge of Lock Street Brewing Co’s historic Port Dalhousie building. The works explore the past, present and changing landscape of working class St.Catharines, through the eyes of a local artist. Pieces include paintings of well known local spots su…

January 17 to January 24