Double Exposure: The Valley Revisited
Celebrating Canada’s 150th through images of Dundas
July 4th to July 30th, 2017
Opening: July 6th from 7-9 PM (all three locations); opening remarks at 7:30 PM at Dundas Museum & Archives
In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, the Carnegie Gallery, Dundas Museum & Archives and Dundas Valley School of Art have commissioned 24 local artists to choose an archival image of Dundas from the Museum’s collection and respond with an artwork of their own. This free exhibition, held at each site, celebrates the history and creative spirit of Dundas, a community unique to Canada.
Exhibition runs July 4 – 30, 2017.
Opening Reception Thursday, July 6, 7-9 p.m. at all three locations (Carnegie Gallery, Dundas Museum & Archives and Dundas Valley School of Art)
Remarks at Dundas Museum & Archives @ 7:30 p.m.
Featured artists: Branko Gregov, David Seldon, James Gaulton, John Overmeyer, Joseph Hartman, Pat Wintemute, Paul Simon, Richard Kosydar, Christine Green, Guennadi Kalinine, John MacRae, Lawrence Hanover, Linda Charka, Mark Osborne, Rick McKenzie, Stephen Landers, Steve Hill, Jim Chambers, John Pingree, Keith Sharp, Laura Bromwich, Linda Blakeney, Matthew Schonewille, Richard Zazulak and Travis Singleton