Exhibitions and Events

Exhibition

66th Annual Student, Staff, Faculty, and Alumni Exhibition

6 – 19 December, 2019

Our annual celebration of the creativity of the students, staff, faculty and alumni of Dalhousie University and the University of King’s College!

Entries are to be made to the Dalhousie Art Gallery between 1 - 24 November during regular Gallery hours. Download form and guidelines here.

Andreas Schmid, Clearings-Brescia, 2013. Photo: Jürgen Altmann

Exhibition

Atmospheric Events: James Geurts, Andreas Schmid, Christine Sciulli

30 August – 24 November, 2019

Presented as part of RESPONSIVE: International Light Art Project Halifax

Featuring the work of James Geurts (Melbourne), Andreas Schmid (Berlin), and Christine Sciulli (New York City), Atmospheric Events brings together three multi-media installations that consider the ephemeral, mutable aspects of our environments—natural, architectural, and individual—and how we experience and perceive the atmospheres around us.

Public Reception for Atmospheric Events

29 August, 2019

Dalhousie Art Gallery is pleased to invite you to the reception for Atmospheric Events: James Geurts, Andreas Schmid, Christine Sciulli. Curated by Peter Dykhuis and Dr. Ralf Seippel, the exhibition is part of RESPONSIVE: International Light Art Project Halifax. Visiting artists Andreas Schmid (Berlin) and Christine Sciulli (New York) will be in attendance. Admission is free and all are welcome.

Event

Public Reception for Nature as Communities and From the Vault: Human/Nature

30 May, 2019

Dalhousie Art Gallery is pleased to invite you to the reception for Nature as Communities, curated by Jennifer Yakamovich, and From the Vault: Human/Nature, curated by Michele Gallant. The curators and some of the participating artists will be present, with opening remarks around 5:30 pm, for which ASL interpretation will be provided. Admission is free and all are welcome.

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Opening Reception for Nature as Communities and Human/Nature

30 May, 2019

This year’s From the Vault exhibition augments the explorations of environment and sustainability presented in Nature as Communities, and features photography-based works from the Gallery’s permanent collection that probe various points of intersection between nature and our human natures.

Diyan Achjadi, Dip, 2018. Image courtesy of the artist.

Exhibition

Nature as Communities

3 May – 14 July, 2019

Diyan Achjadi, PA System & Embassy of Imagination (Alexa Hatanaka and Patrick Thompson, and youth collaborators: David Pudlat, Moe Kelly, Christine Adamie, Nathan Adla, Lachaolasie Akesuk), Ayoka Junaid, Becoming Sensor (Ayelen Liberona and Natasha Myers, with sound composer Allison Cameron), Sandra Semchuk, Jay White and Jennifer Schine

Heather MacLeod, Point Pleasant, Picnic Table on a Hill, Halifax, 2002. Dalhousie Art Gallery Permanent Collection

Exhibition

From the Vault: Human/Nature

3 May – 14 July, 2019

This year’s From the Vault exhibition augments the explorations of environment and sustainability presented in Nature as Communities, and features photography-based works from the Gallery’s permanent collection that probe various points of intersection between nature and our human natures.

D’Arcy Wilson, Diorama of the Gardens; a reconstruction of Downs' Zoological Gardens (detail), 2016. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Visite guidée en français de l'exposition en cours D’Arcy Wilson: The Memorialist

21 March, 2019

L’équipe de la galerie vous invite chaleureusement à une visite guidée en français de l'exposition en cours D’Arcy Wilson: The Memorialist le jeudi 21 mars 2019 à 19h00.

L'entrée est gratuite et tous sont bienvenus. Une réservation est fortement conseillée via ce formulaire: https://www.eventbrite.ca/o/dalhousie-art-gallery-19672922183
 
Cette visite guidée sera animée par Lisa Bouraly, muséologue et commissaire indépendante.

D'Arcy Wilson, (excerpt from) Museology, 2015-2016, archival inkjet print on paper. Documentation by Chris Friel

The Memorialist: Keynote Address

21 February, 2019

MacAloney Room (406), 4th Floor, Dalhousie Arts Centre
FREE ADMISSION

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