Exhibitions and Events
Gleaning a Song: The Singing Voice as Artifact in Media Art is a compilation of CFAT members’ videos that distinctly incorporate, explore, conjure, or manipulate the singing voice in “song” as tenor for cultural production, existential memoire, conceptual and technical experimentation, and/or cultural communication. The program includes works by Lindsay Dobbin, Lisa Lipton, Tom Sherman and Jan Pottie, and Emily Vey Duke & Cooper Battersby.
Eyelevel Reshelving Initiative is a biennial exhibition of artist’s books, multiples, and printed matter, refreshing Eyelevel Gallery’s Bookstore with works from established and emerging artists. Work on display will be available for purchase throughout the exhibition during regular gallery hours.
Opening reception for “Why are we saving All these artist publications + Other Galleries stuffs?”, Gleaning a Song: The Singing Voice as Artifact in Media Art and Eyelevel Reshelving Initiative 7.
OPENING RECEPTION: Thursday 3 December at 7PM
Our annual celebration of the creativity of the Dalhousie community -- in its seventh decade! Up to three entries per person will be accepted during regular Gallery hours between November 1st to 22nd.
This film series by and about Acadians has been selected to complement the exhibition "There are no limits": The Work of Herménégilde Chaisson.
15 September - Fishermen of Pubnico/ Les pêcheurs de Pubnico
Léonard Forest, NFB, 1956, 10 min, b & w, English version
A portrait of a sword-fishing village in south-west Nova Scotia, this is one of the first films made about Acadians by an Acadian.
Les Gossipeuses/The Gossips
Phil Comeau, NFB, 1978, 58 min. French with English subtitles
Now in its fourth season, the groundbreaking PBS series Art 21 - Art in the Twenty-First Century provides a behind the scenes view of a diverse range of contemporary artists. Viewers observe intimate footage of artists at work in their homes, studios and communities and speaking in their own words about their practice.
SCREENINGS AT 8 PM | FREE ADMISSION
3 November - Fantastic Voyage
Richard Fleischer, USA, 1966, 100 mins. A team of scientists is miniaturized to enter a stricken man’s bloodstream in this famous Sci-Fi thriller from the 1960s. Rachel Welch and Donald Pleasance star.
10 November - Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
The Dalhousie Art Gallery will be open to the public for Nocturne Art at Night running from 6pm to midnight. The exhibitions Drawings From the Heart: Reproductions, The Directed Lie and From the Vault: The Oldest Patient will be up until November 22nd.