Wednesday, 3 February 2016




Welcome to Wednesday! Yesterday Wiarton Willie saw his shadow which means 6 more weeks of winter, but there’s no need to hibernate until spring. Here’s a short list of all the museum-related  happenings this week.

A New Look: 1960's and 70's Abstract Painting at the AGO (Source)

Tonight, Wednesday February 3rd at 7 pm there is a curator’s talk by Kenneth Brummel at the AGO about “A New Look: 1960’s and 70’s Abstract Painting at the AGO.” This lecture explores how artists of the 60’s and 70’s made sense of painting after Jackson Pollock. It’s $10 for members, $12 for the public and $8 for students.

Natural Fabric Dyeing (Source)

Anyone who’s interested in textiles might want to check out this Natural Fabric Dyeing Workshop on Thursday February 4th at 6:30 pm. This workshop is taught by Susan Fohr, a museum educator who learned the craft of natural dyeing while working at Black Creek Pioneer Village. The workshop is a little pricey at $65 but all materials are included.

Showroom (Source)

On Saturday February 6th at 2:00 pm Check out part one of a performance series curated by Life of a Crap Head in conjunction with Showroom at University of Toronto Art Centre and Justina M. Barnicke Gallery at the Art Museum at the University of Toronto. This event includes an instructional demonstartion of word/dance language “Krelm” and a temporary tattoo studio called “Just Relax Tattoo.” Yes, you heard that right: Temporary. Tattoo. Studio.

Hope to see you there!

1 comment:

  1. That event at AMUT looks fantastic, I can't believe I'm just hearing about it now. Thank you for the great round-up of exciting museum-related events in the area this week, Natania!