BANNED! Pt. 1 – FILMS FROM IRAQ
Proudly presented by the Winnipeg Underground Film Fest and Ace Art Inc.
Thursday, March 9th 7pm
$10 / Free for Immigrants All proceeds to the ACLU
Please join us for this amazing collection of experiments and observations from Iraq, filmed in Iraq and in most cases by Iraqi filmmakers.
‘There, The Gun’ by Jamal Penjweny, 9min
‘Fan and Coffee’ by Rebeen Hamarafiq, 1min
‘The Flowering’ by Usama Alshaibi, 5min
‘Dream City’ by Emma Piper-Burket, 50min
Friday 17 February 2017 turnAround event
A selection of Leroux’s paintings, video and photographic works will be on display for one night only. Food, drink and merriment in honour of this dearly beloved Winnipeg artist.
Mujer Artista: Speaking In Tongues | partnership, host, main gallery
Carolina Araneda | Cecilia Araneda | Francesca Carella | Alexandra Garrido | Monica Martinez | Mariana Muñoz | Praba Pilar | Camila Schujman | Ilse Torres
January 13 – February 3, 2017
7 pm, Friday January 13 – Opening / Performances
(performances from 8 pm to 9 pm)
2:30 pm, Saturday January 28 – Performances / Artist Talk
Image: Alexandra Garrido – studio – untitled. Performances Fri Jan 13 and Sat Jan 28. http://mujerartista.ca/artist/alexandra-garrido/
See here for photos of Taking It To The Grave by Andrew ‘Glamdrew’ Henderson, with Eroca Nicols.
Marla Hlady exhibited Unstuck at aceartinc.
presented by send + receive, a festival of sound
October 7 – 28, 2016
Artist talk and opening reception October 7 at 7:00pm.
For more information, visit www.sendandreceive.org
Toronto-based artist Marla Hlady creates distinct works that play with concepts of utility through audio, kinetic sculpture and sculptural installation. We have invited her to present a solo exhibition featuring three works that engage with this year’s Space & Sound theme from a distinctly architectural perspective. This solo exhibition will feature a new version of Walls, a multi-dimensional kinetic sound installation that reimagines the gallery space as a moving sculptural instrument, Third Floor Radiator, a multimedia sculpture that scales down the Gairloch Gardens gallery in Oakville to dollhouse dimensions, with each room animated and activated as a unique sound object and the silent and playful Leveller, a seemingly utilitarian machine that is perpetually seeking balance.
Presented in partnership with aceartinc. with additional assistance from the Manitoba Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council and University of Toronto at Scarborough.