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The AGW Triennial Artist Talks

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Shane Darwent, Bus Stop (en route to the Eternal City), 2016-17, custom fabricated store front awnings, fluorescent lighting, stucco, plywood, UV printed photographs on Dibond, galvanized landscape edging 

TRIENNIAL ARTIST TALKS

November 18
1pm: Shane Darwent
2pm: Jessica Thompson
3pm: Terry Sefton & Kathryn Ricketts

November 30
6pm: Laura Marotta
7pm: Nadja Pelkey & Joey Stewart

January 27, 2018
1pm: Susan Dobson
2pm: Greg Ludlow

Talks are free with regular gallery admission.


ABOUT THE EXHIBITION

Downtown/s - Urban Renewals Today for Tomorrow,
The 2017 Windsor-Essex Triennial of Contemporary Art


Until – January 28, 2018

Downtown/s - Urban Renewals Today for Tomorrow, The 2017 Windsor-Essex Triennial of Contemporary Art brings together examples of contemporary art made by 22 artists living and working in Southwestern Ontario, Windsor-Essex and the Greater Detroit region surrounding the theme of downtown. Since the major economic downturn that started in 2008 as well as Detroit’s bankruptcy in 2013, Windsor has seen a significant amount of transformation. Like many urban centers across North America, this city has continued to experience a variety of shifts in economic, agricultural, social and cultural growth. To reflect the expanding footprint of Windsor’s downtown core, artists are engaging with and presenting work in additional venues, including the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts, the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Capitol Theatre, Windsor Sculpture Park – City of Windsor and Artcite Inc.

Curated by Jaclyn Meloche, PhD
Guest Juror: Kirsty Robertson, PhD, Associate Professor, Western University, Canada


For more information contact Nicole McCabe at nmccabe@agw.ca or 519-977-0013 ext. 134.
Regular Admission: $10 adult; $5 youth; $5.00 students; Free to AGW members
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The AGW would like to acknowledge the City of Windsor and funding support from the Ontario Arts Council,
an agency of the Government of Ontario, the Ontario Trillium Foundation and the Canada Council for the Arts.



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