Join us for a multi-exhibition tour of Oakville Galleries’ current exhibitions and Biennial sites. The ARTbus will pick up participants from 72 Perth Avenue and go to see Ange Loft’s DISH DANCES (created in collaboration with Jumblies Theatre & Arts) at the Fort York National Historic Site. The bus will continue to the Small Arms Inspection Building to tour the work of twelve artists as part of What Water Knows, The Land Remembers. Participants will also attend TBA’s Closing BBQ and Book Launch where they will have the opportunity to take part in various workshops and programs. Then it’s off to Oakville Galleries, where participants will visit the opening celebrations of solo exhibitions Tanya Lukin Linklater: My mind is with the weather at Centennial Square and Paul P.: Friendly in the Knife-Edged Moment at Gairloch Gardens.
Note: This ARTbus does not include a tour of the 72 Perth Avenue TBA site. Participants are encouraged to do a self-guided visit of the exhibition at 72 Perth Avenue prior to the ARTbus pick-up.
- 12:00pm: Meet at 72 Perth Avenue for bus pick-up.
- 12:30pm: Visit TBA at the Fort York National Historic Site.
- 1:20pm: Visit TBA at the Small Arms Inspection Building.
- 2:50pm: Visit Tanya Lukin Linklater: My mind is with the weather at Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square.
- 3:30pm: Visit Paul P.: Friendly in the Knife-Edged Moment at Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens.
- 5:00pm: Drop-off at 72 Perth Avenue.
This program is co-presented in partnership with Oakville Galleries.
Image credits (clockwise from top left):
Ange Loft with Jumblies Theatre & Arts, Dish Dances, 2021, film still; Installation view of 72 Perth Avenue as part of the Toronto Biennial of Art (2022). Photo by Rebecca Tisdelle-Macias; Tanya Lukin Linklater, An amplification through many minds, 2019, video still; Paul P., Untitled, 2009, watercolour on paper. Courtesy the artist and his galleries.