Beach Arts Scene

There are still a couple days left to catch Jennifer Smithwell and Shelley Cinnamon’s latest show at Ben Navaee Gallery, 1107 Queen St. E.

Illuminations runs until Jan. 15 at the gallery, and features plein air (on location) paintings done locally, as well as in New York, California, and Hawaii. The gallery is open from 1 to 5 p.m. or by appointment.

 

 

By Shari Lee Hollis
By Shari Lee Hollis

Words That Lift is the first show of the year at Gerrard Art Space. The group exhibition features works that illustrate the magic and power of positive and thought-provoking words, involving text. The show runs until Jan. 25.

An after-school art-based program will operate out of the gallery starting in February, for children ages 9 through 12. From 3:30 to 6:30 p.m., children will be encouraged to grow and learn through art projects inspired by current exhibitions.

Gerrard Art Space is at 1475 Gerrard St. E., a few blocks east of its former location.

By Debbie Wong
By Debbie Wong

 

 

East End Arts wants to know how art and cultural activities impact your neighbourhood.

Count Me In! is a free session being held to gather opinions and insight from artists, art groups and community organizations in Wards 29, 30, 31, and 32 as part of a city-wide survey on arts impact.

The event is being held at LucSculpture School and Studios, 663 Greenwood Ave. at Danforth, from 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 22.


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1 comments

Hey there! following some news here in the beaches, I’m a local more or less and I’ve been away at art school for the last couple years. I just had a few questions about the articles you’ve wrote, first of all I’d thank you for dedicating your time to share and present community news, its really important, and a job not many people realize has such an impact on the rest of us reading the news. I’m trying to get a hold of you because I’ve arranged a small art show for myself here in the beaches and was just looking for a couple pointers on how to get the word out. Catchy phrases, terms or just all out how to pitch a good note that will engage community to come see what I have to show. I guess I would be really interested in making news before I head out of town next saturday to Cape Town SA to teach an arts program. Would you be interested in writing about my work? It will be installed tomorrow (monday) evening at Delecq Cafe on Queen street above Scarboro Beach Blvd. and the show goes till thursday, with a closing reception at 7pm. Any who, It would be great to meet up or just shoot me back an email and I’d love to talk more about how we can engage our friends and family here in the Beach. My work is fairly conceptual, I’m really trying to bring attention to modern values we should be evaluating all together through community conversations. Such concepts pertain to environmental ethics and sustainability.

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Cheers,

Hunter…

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