We welcomed curator Jamelie Hassan and exhibiting artists Fatima Garzan, Jennifer Willet and Soheila Esfahani along with the public to the opening reception of “Dar’a/Full Circle” on Friday, March 10, 2017. Here are a few photos!
Artcite Inc. presents an ALL AGES musical showcase Saturday, March 4 Bands @ 9pm (actually for real, get here early) Hear the bands at the links below: Safe Word Tigerwing Deperuse
On Friday, March 3rd at 7pm, join us in Artcite’s gallery for a free, public Sketch Party with visual artist Rory O’Connor of Mole Bear Owl ! There will be snacks. Bring your own drawing supplies as we have a limited selection. No paper? No worries! Come with what you have and we’ll set you […]
On Friday February 22, 2017, Artcite held a reception for Heather Carey’s Semi-Private Portholes. We had a great turnout and were lucky to welcome the artist herself for the reception!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ART! On Friday, January 20th 2017 at 7pm, we celebrated Art’s 1,000,054th Birthday with a Sketch Party led by Windsor’s own Rory O’Connor of Mole Bear Owl and delicious food generously provided by Common Ground Culinary Corp. About Art’s Birthday: Since 1990, “Art’s Birthday” has been an annual celebration for […]
Gustave Morin’s exhibition Chthonic Youth brought in many people throughout its time in Artcite’s gallery. On top of his daily performative installation and subseqeunt take-down of the show, two events were held in the gallery as part of Chthonic Youth – his Artist Talk on Saturday, November 5, 2016 from 2pm-4pm and the exhibition Closing Reception […]
From December 1-5, 2016, Face of HIV, a collaborative art project was on display at Bike Windsor-Essex (101 University Ave W ). Face of HIV was a powerful and sobering installation featuring hundred of portraits of individuals in Windsor-Essex affected by HIV/AIDS both directly and indirectly. This project is organized by Artcite, Inc. and AIDS Committee […]
Artcite welcomed a class of high school students from Académie Ste-Cécile on October 28. 2016. They came by and check out Gustave Morin in action during his exhibition Chthonic Youth.
WHAT?! Artcite is looking for friendly and personable ‘Santa’s Helpers’ to assist with accepting submissions, installing works and facilitating sales for Doin’ The Louvre, our annual holiday show and sale. Ideal volunteers will work well in a fast paced environment, have experience in sales and experience handling and installing art, although none of this experience […]
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2016 7:00 pm (sharp!) @ Artcite Inc., 109 University Ave. W., Windsor, ON Artcite’s Board of Directors is elected from the membership. This board relies on the Artcite membership—YOU—for input in the areas of policy-making, planning, the formation of programming and administrative committees, etc. Elections to the Board of Directors will […]
Eligibility: Open to Windsor Essex County and Detroit / South Eastern Michigan area artists (and beyond!). Submission Drop-Off Dates: November 22-26, 2016 from 1-6pm. Entry DEADLINE is 6pm, Saturday, November 26, 2016. (Please note that Artcite is CLOSED mornings, Sundays & Mondays). Exhibition Requirements: Paintings, drawings, original prints, photographs, (or a combination of these media), […]
Friday, November 4 at Artcite, Inc. Doors Open 7:00 pm Reading begins at 7:30 pm (please be punctual). Free Admission! Moderator: Karl Jirgens (Rampike magazine). Joanne Arnott is a Métis/mixed-blood writer and arts activist, based in Richmond, BC. Author of six books of poetry and three books in other genre, Joanne’s essays and poetry appear in […]
Scott Waters (Toronto, ON) had a warm welcome from Windsor during his reception for Nothing is More Frowned Upon Than Nothing. See more below.
Led by filmmaker-in-residence Ephraim Asili and local poet and founder of The Bloomfield House, Teajai Travis, this free workshop interactively explored the intersection of poetry and film. Inspired by the process of Asili’s current film project, participants filmed each other using a DSLR camera as they recited poetry on the rooftop of a parking garage […]
As per Summer Art Fest tradition, our Summer Students led a free public walking tour to showcase the venues and art that are part of the Fest. The tour started and finished at Artcite and made stops at Terra Cotta, the SAF Satellite Gallery, Coffee Exchange, Milk, Five Ten Design Factory & Print House, Buuntz & […]
As additional programming for ‘Battlegrounds: bodies + land, justice + law‘, Artcite joined in on the very first Open Streets Windsor party with several other downtown businesses and organizations along University Avenue. ‘Battlegrounds’ artist Maggie McGuire came over from across the river in Detroit to help us facilitate this free screen printing workshop. Open Streets […]
We hosted an Open Mic Poetry night in partnership with Bloomfield House as part of additional programming for ‘Battlegrounds: bodies + land, justice + law’. The night featured ‘Battlegrounds’ exhibiting artist Norman Grondin (Enola Cola) reading Buyer Beware / Apocalypse Sells. The atmosphere in the gallery during the event was open, raw, and powerful. Live drumming […]
Artcite held an opening reception for Battlegrounds: bodies + land, justice + law. Exhibiting artist and Save Ojibway activist Renée Trepanier donated homemade vegan samosas and Save Ojibway leader Nancy Pancheshan stopped by to give an update on the battle.
Artcite is a proud partner in Mayworks Windsor 2016. Here’s a sampling of Mayworks events: April 29 – A Modern Cult of Monuments by Colin Lyons, Opening reception May 13 – After Work: A multimedia presentation addressing experiences of migrant workers by Collette Broeders + Douglas MacLellan Artcite’s Stitch ‘n’ Bitch presents Thursday Workshops at […]