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Ontario Craft '09 By Ontario Crafts Council
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Ontario Craft '09 was an Ontario Crafts Council exhibition that took place November 12 - December 31, 2009. One of the ways in which the OCC supports the development of contemporary craft is through... More > a biennial juried exhibition showing the best of our members’ work. Since 1975 the OCC has held juried exhibitions in order to celebrate, examine and assess the state of Ontario craft, and Ontario Craft '09 is our second time renewing this tradition on a larger scale through the Queen St. W. Gallery. Ontario Craft ’09 was juried by Jean Johnson, Jonathon Bancroft-Snell and Shaun Moore, and offers a selection of our province’s most creative and talented makers.< Less
The Genius That Was Lily Yung: ahead of her time By Ontario Crafts Council
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Curated by Beth Alber, Anne Barros and David H. Kaye, The Genius That Was Lily Yung constitutes a retrospective exhibition of Yung's work from her early printmaking days to her explorations in... More > jewellery using Rapid Prototyping (RP) systems. Born in Hong Kong, Yung received her Ph. D. in Immunology at the University of Alberta where she also studied printmaking. She began making jewellery in non-precious materials in 1986. Since 1994, she used textile techniques in wire and beads to transform them into exquisite jewellery. Her work has been exhibited across Canada and internationally, and has won numerous awards in both printmaking and jewellery. Yung was a founding member of the artists run fine craft gallery *new* in Toronto, as well as a co-editor of NewViews, a series of notes and reviews on Canadian craft practice.< Less
Expat Report By Ontario Crafts Council
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Through this exhibition, Megan Lafrenière and Lisa Pai, directors of the Lafrenière & Pai Gallery, ask about the effect of uprootedness or transplantation on artists and their... More > artistic practices. Expat Report features the work of Pattie Chalmers, Laura Kukkee, Anna Lindsay MacDonald, Sarah Troper and Rachael Wong. As expats or repats, these artists have much to tell us about craft, education, and their home and host countries, and how these factors inform their work.< Less
Ontario Craft '09 By Ontario Crafts Council
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Ontario Craft '09 was an Ontario Crafts Council exhibition that took place November 12 - December 31, 2009. One of the ways in which the OCC supports the development of contemporary craft is through... More > a biennial juried exhibition showing the best of our members’ work. Since 1975 the OCC has held juried exhibitions in order to celebrate, examine and assess the state of Ontario craft, and Ontario Craft '09 is our second time renewing this tradition on a larger scale through the Queen St. W. Gallery. Ontario Craft ’09 was juried by Jean Johnson, Jonathon Bancroft-Snell and Shaun Moore, and offers a selection of our province’s most creative and talented makers.< Less
Expat Report By Ontario Crafts Council
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Through this exhibition, Megan Lafrenière and Lisa Pai, directors of the Lafrenière & Pai Gallery, ask about the effect of uprootedness or transplantation on artists and their... More > artistic practices. Expat Report features the work of Pattie Chalmers, Laura Kukkee, Anna Lindsay MacDonald, Sarah Troper and Rachael Wong. As expats or repats, these artists have much to tell us about craft, education, and their home and host countries, and how these factors inform their work.< Less
The Genius That Was Lily Yung: ahead of her time By Ontario Crafts Council
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Prints in 3-5 business days
Curated by Beth Alber, Anne Barros and David H. Kaye, The Genius That Was Lily Yung constitutes a retrospective exhibition of Yung's work from her early printmaking days to her explorations in... More > jewellery using Rapid Prototyping (RP) systems. Born in Hong Kong, Yung received her Ph. D. in Immunology at the University of Alberta where she also studied printmaking. She began making jewellery in non-precious materials in 1986. Since 1994, she used textile techniques in wire and beads to transform them into exquisite jewellery. Her work has been exhibited across Canada and internationally, and has won numerous awards in both printmaking and jewellery. Yung was a founding member of the artists run fine craft gallery *new* in Toronto, as well as a co-editor of NewViews, a series of notes and reviews on Canadian craft practice.< Less
Studio Remix By Ontario Crafts Council
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What happens if 8 craftspeople begin working in a different material other than the one they specialize in? Will their natural aptitude with one medium manifest itself in different ways when applied... More > to a new discipline? The aim of the Studio Remix project is to present a selected number of craftspeople with the opportunity to transcend a particular material and confront, or embrace, a different set of material challenges. By removing craftspeople from their comfort zone, Studio Remix puts form to the underlying forces that drive creative processes. Correlations between different craft media are revealed, and new materials operate to effect change in established bodies of work. After all, a change of scenery always presents a whole new way of looking at the things you see every day. Curated by Monica Hayward and featuring the work of Aneela Dias d’Sousa, Shuyu Lu, Benjamin Kikkert, Rose-Angeli Ringor, Liss Aston, Sylvia Nan Cheng, Micah Adams and Niko Dimitrijevic.< Less
Studio Remix By Ontario Crafts Council
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What happens if 8 craftspeople begin working in a different material other than the one they specialize in? Will their natural aptitude with one medium manifest itself in different ways when applied... More > to a new discipline? The aim of the Studio Remix project is to present a selected number of craftspeople with the opportunity to transcend a particular material and confront, or embrace, a different set of material challenges. By removing craftspeople from their comfort zone, Studio Remix puts form to the underlying forces that drive creative processes. Correlations between different craft media are revealed, and new materials operate to effect change in established bodies of work. After all, a change of scenery always presents a whole new way of looking at the things you see every day. Curated by Monica Hayward and featuring the work of Aneela Dias d’Sousa, Shuyu Lu, Benjamin Kikkert, Rose-Angeli Ringor, Liss Aston, Sylvia Nan Cheng, Micah Adams and Niko Dimitrijevic.< Less
Ontario Craft '11 By Ontario Crafts Council
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The Ontario Crafts Council is pleased to present Ontario Craft ’11, our biennial juried exhibition of member work. Beginning in 1975, this event sought to highlight the best of OCC member work... More > from across the province, and was always highly anticipated as an opportunity to celebrate, examine and assess the state of Ontario craft. It is the Ontario Craft Council’s priority to continually advocate for, and support craft, to help build and engage a knowledgeable audience that appreciates the hand-made object in all of its different forms. We provide makers with inspiration, and most importantly we provide our members with the opportunity to profile their work. Congratulations to this year’s Ontario Craft '11 award winners: Andrew Goss for Best in Show, Bruce Cochrane for the Award of Excellence, Aaron Oussoren for Honorable Mention, and Chiho Tokita for the 35th Anniversary Award. Juried by Don Stuart, Peter Fleming and Susan Card.< Less

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