Posts Tagged: Evans Contemporary

Quality of Life at Evans Contemporary

Unpacking Artist Spaces

Which candidates understand the need for affordable space for artists? An election issue that crops up time and again in conversations with artists is the ongoing struggle to find and retain affordable space to create their work. With real estate

Quality of Life at Evans Contemporary

Unpacking Artist Spaces

Which candidates understand the need for affordable space for artists? An election issue that crops up time and again in conversations with artists is the ongoing struggle to find and retain affordable space to create their work. With real estate

Ancient (future) landscape I by Peter Barron

Peter Barron: The Garden of Earthly Delights

Peter Barron paints daily in a small shared studio on the third floor of the Commerce Building overlooking Mike’s Tattoo & Piercing on Water Street. He relocated there four years ago from the studio on George Street that he had

Ancient (future) landscape I by Peter Barron

Peter Barron: The Garden of Earthly Delights

Peter Barron paints daily in a small shared studio on the third floor of the Commerce Building overlooking Mike’s Tattoo & Piercing on Water Street. He relocated there four years ago from the studio on George Street that he had

Exhibition opening at Evans Contemporary

A Space for Us

Resisting gentrification and artist displacement: Evans Contemporary, and the making and undoing of a downtown art scene On April 3, a landmark decision was narrowly passed by City Council on behalf of developer Parkview Homes and the owners of the

Exhibition opening at Evans Contemporary

A Space for Us

Resisting gentrification and artist displacement: Evans Contemporary, and the making and undoing of a downtown art scene On April 3, a landmark decision was narrowly passed by City Council on behalf of developer Parkview Homes and the owners of the

Slowburn by Laura Madera

Laura Madera: Afterglow

Light and more light. A light touch. Laura Madera makes watercolour look juicy and roomy. She captures the dazzle, summer light through the leaves, an imprint or trace on paper or fabric, translucent icebergs, looking up at the sky when

Slowburn by Laura Madera

Laura Madera: Afterglow

Light and more light. A light touch. Laura Madera makes watercolour look juicy and roomy. She captures the dazzle, summer light through the leaves, an imprint or trace on paper or fabric, translucent icebergs, looking up at the sky when

Spring fever cultural roundup

Spring is on the way and even though we may still be sporting long johns under our jeans, we know that micro-organisms are percolating beneath 4 feet of snow, birds are making a little more racket than usual, squirrel tails are

Spring fever cultural roundup

Spring is on the way and even though we may still be sporting long johns under our jeans, we know that micro-organisms are percolating beneath 4 feet of snow, birds are making a little more racket than usual, squirrel tails are

Work by Paolo Fortin

Paolo Fortin / Evans Contemporary

I’m privileged to enter one of the many unmarked studio spaces with their large windows over storefronts in the somewhat run down Victorian buildings on Water St. I always feel honoured to be invited into the inner sanctum of an

Work by Paolo Fortin

Paolo Fortin / Evans Contemporary

I’m privileged to enter one of the many unmarked studio spaces with their large windows over storefronts in the somewhat run down Victorian buildings on Water St. I always feel honoured to be invited into the inner sanctum of an