An exhibition of artwork in the Campus Gallery.

Georgian’s Campus Gallery is a vibrant multi-disciplinary exhibition space where students in Design and Visual Arts programs and established artists showcase their work.

Upcoming exhibitions

Tim Laurin: Dual

Curated by Vanessa Fleet

Opening Sept. 15, 7 to 9 p.m., exhibit runs until Oct. 16

Exploring the Disney-inflected visual mythology of “Cowboys and Indians,” Timothy Laurin’s Dual reveals the psychic intersections between culture and identity. A solo show consisting of work by two makers – Cowpoke Tim and Timmy Two Flames – the exhibition collapses the categories of fiction and family history, invention and pre-fabrication. Through his mixed-media sculptures, collages and altered photographs, Laurin proposes a re-examination of the symbolic and archival structures that make up our conceptions of self. Punning aurally with duel, the exhibition stages a shootout between irreconcilable forces.

Brian Rideout: Ceremony

Opening Oct. 15, 7 to 9 p.m., exhibit runs until Nov. 13

Painting and the act of looking, connects us with the past. As we collect and curate images and visual information, we can compress history, weighing our ideas and ideologies against each other. The images we create are our records and will reveal to future generations the facets and sensibilities of this time in history. The images will exist well beyond the time and place that they are taken from, forever gathering new insights, helping to create dialogue in the present tense.

Laura Hair: To Walk the River Flow

Opening Nov. 17, 7 to 9 p.m., exhibit runs until Dec. 10

The numerous watershed systems of Southern Ontario are the artist’s reference point with the goal of baring witness to the connections between the degradation of nature and the urban and industrial sprawl. Using architectural frameworks, Laura Hair is able to cultivate empathetic awareness and thoughtful advocacy in order to increase a reverence that leads to social and environmental responsibility.

Snow Show: Annual Seasonal Celebration

Opening Dec. 15, 7 to 9 p.m., exhibit runs until Jan. 8

All are welcome to submit work to this celebration of the winter season.

Georgian @ 50

Jan. 27 to Feb. 26

A celebration of 50 years of growth and creativity at Georgian College.

Get the Picture

Opening March 9, 7 to 9 p.m., exhibhit runs until March 26

Juried exhibition of Digital Photography and Imaging student work

Fine Arts Student Exhibition

Opening March 30, 7 to 9 p.m., exhibit runs until April 14

Design and Visual Arts Scholarship Exhibition

Opening and Awards, April 28, 7 to 9 p.m., exhibit runs until May 14

Artist talks

Adam David Brown

Oct. 11,10:30 a.m.

Adam David Browns’ working methods reveal simultaneous fascinations that remind us of the ephemerality of our nature. Unique materials conjure allusions to natural and cultural history, while physically referencing the passing of time and the labour of the artist. Adam David Brown is represented by MKG 127 Contemporary Art gallery in Toronto.

Matt Crookshank

Nov. 4, 10:30 a.m.

Matt Crookshank paints with unrestrained enthusiasm. His highly original surfaces often combine  many processes to remarkable alchemical effects. His exhibition Violent Whimsy recently concluded at General Hardware Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto.

Myfawnwy Macleod

Dec. 7, 10:30  a.m.

Presented in conjunction with the  MacLaren  Art Centre,  Vancouver-based artist Mfawnwy Macleod will talk about her multi-faceted practice.


For more information, email Gary Evans or call 705.728.1968, ext. 5322.

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