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Lois Smedick (1933-2017)

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Lois Smedick (1933-2017) We at Artcite would like to acknowledge the work of past Artcite board member and University of Windsor instructor Lois Smedick. We would like to express deep, unending gratitude to Lois for her tireless work advocating for a better and more culturally rich Windsor. Through decades of community building within Windsor’s arts, […]

A House of Skin / Дом кожи

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A House of Skin is a video and installation work that charts the complex role mass-produced concrete high-rise apartment buildings have played in defining the landscapes of post-soviet experience both in the diaspora and the country of origin. The work problematizes the grand narratives that have accompanied both the formations and failures of the modernist […]

Reception – Unfolding: Antonietta Grassi and Katherine Pickering

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Unfolding: Antonietta Grassi and Katherine Pickering Opening Reception: Friday, June 30th, 2017 Unfolding pairs the work of two painters with dissimilar but complimentary approaches to the medium. Antonietta Grassi uses the traditional form of the canvas to explore ideas of spatial memory and the destructive nature of time, using distorted geometric forms as exploratory tools. Her […]

Artcite is Seeking 3 Students for Canada Summer Jobs Program

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Artcite Inc., Windsor’s only Artist-run Centre for the Contemporary Arts, is seeking to hire: 1) SUMMER ART FEST 2017 – PROJECT LEADER 2) SUMMER ART FEST 2017 – PROJECT ASSISTANT 3) SUMMER ART FEST 2017 – MARKETING ASSISTANT We are looking for 3 multi-talented, super-disciplined additions to our current, amazing (multi-talented, etc.) Artcite staff. These […]

Unfolding: Antonietta Grassi and Katherine Pickering

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Unfolding pairs the work of two painters with dissimilar but complimentary approaches to the medium. Antonietta Grassi uses the traditional form of the canvas to explore ideas of spatial memory and the destructive nature of time, using distorted geometric forms as exploratory tools. Her paintings aim to suggest that memories can “produce fleeting blueprints for […]

Walks of Survivance: Works by Lisa Myers and Farrah Miranda

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This exhibition is presented as a part of Mayworks Windsor, an annual festival run by area arts, labour, environmental and social service groups and organizations, and was listed in Canadian Art’s Must-Sees This Week: May 4 to 10, 2017 and Syphon Issue 3.4. Farrah Miranda – Statement In Farrah Miranda’s installation, The Produce Party, the ambience of a locally-sourced soiree […]

Dar’a/Full Circle

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Jamelie Hassan has curated numerous exhibitions both in Canada and internationally. Her curatorial project Orientalism & Ephemera, initiated by Art Metropole, Toronto subsequently was presented in four galleries across Canada including the Art Gallery of Windsor. An award-winning artist, she has been involved in artist-run centres since the founding of the Forest City Gallery in 1973, […]

Semi-Private Portholes

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Heather E Carey is a painter who is primarily interested in painting’s ability to explore positions of hybridity or duality. Painting can act as an object, an idea, a representation, and the result of a process. Carey explores spatial relationships, between imagined or conceptual space, physical space, and pictorial space. She paints spaces which are […]