EVENTS

EVENTS

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Associated Programming for
The Source: Rethinking Water Through Contemporary Art

Opening Reception
Come and meet the artists in attendance.
Thursday, May 22, 7 pm

Screening of CROWN (2012, 24 min.) by Nadine Bariteau
Filmed by Eric Dionne, CROWN is a wry comment on the supersizing of everyday consumer items to appease a bargain hunting public that seems to equate bigger with better.
Saturday, May 24, 2 pm

Panel Discussion
With Nadine Bariteau, Raymond Boisjoly, Elizabeth Chitty, Soheila Esfahani, Gautam Garoo, Patrick Mahon, Colin Miner, Gu Xiong; Moderated by Stuart Reid,Curator
Saturday, May 24, 3 pm

Water Rights/Water Stories
Combining poetry, video and discussion about activism, art and science with artist/poet, Elizabeth Zetlin and Suzon Fuks, director/founder of the interactive performance platform called Waterwheel.
Thursday, June 26, 7 pm

Sound+Imagewalk on the banks of Twelve Mile Creek with Elizabeth Chitty
Bring your cell phones or still + video cameras if you like but ears and/or eyes are all that's required!
Thursday, July 17, 7 pm

Exhibition tour and artist talk with Soheila Esfahani and Curator Stuart Reid
Explore The Source and discussions about water with the artist and curator.
Thursday, September 5, 4 pm

Guest Lecture: Water & Hope: Facing Fact and Inspiring Optimism in a Declining Era by Dr. Robert Sandford
Presented in conjunction with the Environmental Sustainability Research Centre/Brock University. Dr. Sandford is the EPCOR Chair of the Canadian Partnership Initiative in support of United Nations “Water for Life” Decade.
Thursday, September 11, 7 pm

Exhibition tours with Nadine Bariteau and Curator Stuart Reid
Presented in conjunction with the pan-Canada celebration of Culture Days 2014
Saturday, September 27, 2 pm

Drawing Water, an artists' presentation and workshop with Patrick Mahon and Gautam Garoo
Presented in conjunction with the pan-Canada celebration of Culture Days 2014
Sunday, September 28, 1 to 4 pm