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Then, Now and Next Exhibition curated by Sheila McMath

Event Date: Open Daily from Apr. 8th until Sep. 2nd, 2018
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Event Time: 11 am - 6 pm - Mon - Fri, 10 am - 5 pm - Sat, 1 pm - 5 pm - Sun

Host: The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery

Contact: 519-746-1882

Details:

Then, Now and Next Exhibition curated by Sheila McMath

The Gallery’s 25th Anniversary exhibition, Then, Now and Next is an invitational show featuring six acclaimed Canadian artists, Samantha Dickie, Susan Edgerley, Irene Frolic, Zachari Logan, Audie Murray and Peter Powning. The exhibition celebrates artists at various stages of their careers. Some have a long history with the Gallery; all are making their mark in contemporary ceramics and glass.  The exhibition also includes an In Memoriam section, which pulls work from the Gallery's collection and pays tribute to the makers of ceramic, glass and enamel art that we have lost over the past 256 years.  

A significant ceramic work by Tony Urquhart will pay tribute to Jacques Israelievitch, a longtime collector and supporter of ceramic artists.  

All We Can Do Is Keep Breathing (detail), 2018. Samantha Dickie. Photo: Cathie Ferguson

Cost: Free

Location: Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery, Waterloo, 25 Caroline Street, North, Waterloo

Website: theclayandglass.ca


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