601 Third Ave S
HOURS: tue-sat 10am-5pm; thu 10 am-7pm; sun 1-5pm.
ADMISSION: general $5, students/seniors $4, groups $3 per person, members and children under 12 free.
To Feb 17 Jennifer Rose Sciarrino: Ruffled Follicles and a Tangled Tongue is a solo exhibition, featuring new sculptural installation and video works, with the artist thinking through language and gesture to a microscopic level.
Rosa Aiello: The Coquette, The Prude is a solo exhibition based on two of the seventeen stories from Patricia Highsmith’s Little Tales of Misogyny.
Opening Mar 2 Mary Kavanagh: Daughters of Uranium explores the legacy of the atomic age from the perspective of the sentient body and intergenerational trauma. While considering the ideological apparatus that has surrounded nuclearism since its inception, this new work has emerged from a longstanding interest in the body as a site of memory, erasure, violence, and inscription.
Robin Peck: Crania is an exhibition of twelve, mixed-media sculptures, selected from more than one hundred made since 2012 by Canadian artist, writer and educator Robin Peck, currently living in Fredericton, NB.