Last Wednesdays – After Hours at 401 Richmond June 26

Special Events at 401 Richmond Street West with

extended hours at the Galleries and Shops on

the Last Wednesday of every month.

Each night will be unique! Join us on FACEBOOK to stay connected.

5 O’Clocktails

A monthly pop-up bar hosted byFuse Magazine and SAVAC, featuring food, drinks, and art.

Grab a cocktail and celebrate the launch of Fuse Magazine’s summer issue Survival and Survivalists with a special two-for-one offer with C Magazine – $20 for a year’s subscription to both magazines!

2 Special Events

C MAGAZINE LAUNCH
YYZ Artists’ Outlet, 7:00 – 7:30 PM
Issue 118 contributor, Charlene Lau, will be in conversation with C Magazine Editor, Amish Morrell, on the problem of the list as evaluation in contemporary art. www.cmagazine.com Join the event on Facebook

INTAGLIO DEMO

Open Studio presents a live, small press demonstration of the intaglio process by Loree Ovens. Loree will answer questions about the process, and offer information on Open Studio’s workshops, courses, exhibitions, and studio facilities. This demo will be held near the main lobby. www.openstudio.on.ca

2 Shops

MUSIDEUM

Explore and play musical instruments from around the globe and stay after Last Wednesdays to experience an intimate performance venue for local, world-class artists programmed by composer Donald Quan. On this night, you can catch 2012 JUNO Awards Vocal Jazz Album of the Year nominee, Fern Lindzon (8:00 pm, $15). Part of the TD Toronto Jazz Festival. Show Details

SWIPE DESIGN │ BOOKS + OBJECTS

An independent store boasting a selection of contemporary books on graphic design, advertising, architecture, and urbanism alongside a thoughtful selection of well-designed

products for adults and kids. www.swipe.com

8 Exhibitions

ABBOZZO GALLERY

Group Exhibition featuring new work by gallery artists including David Blackwood, Jennifer Walton, and Heather Horton. www.abbozzogallery.com

A SPACE GALLERY

Unburying Our HistoriesbyAlicia Coutts and Coco Riot lays bare the devastating intimacy of political violence and the centrality of its denial to our unequal social and political reality. www.aspacegallery.org

GALLERY 44

PROOF20 features photo-based work by Canadian emerging artists: Derya Akay, Pascale Arpin, Lindsey Bond, Maegan Broadhurst, Alexandre CV, Corey J. Isenor, Petra Malá Miller, Turner Prize*, Yi Xin Tong. Verant Richards Award Recipient, Anthony Gerace in the vitrines. www.gallery44.org

THE RED HEAD GALLERY

Feed is an exhibition of video works by Tonia Di Risioexploring her desire to learn family recipes from her Italian relatives by observing them working and cooking in their home kitchens. www.redheadgallery.org

TRINITY SQUARE VIDEO

Other Modes of Transmission features video works by Frédéric Moffet that engage in disappearing acts and are aimed at a conflicting sense of loss, nostalgia, and resilience.

www.trinitysquarevideo.com

URBANSPACE GALLERY
Making the Connections: Our City, Our Society, Our Healthis presented by the Wellesley Institute and shows how social factors—income, housing, education, food, neighbourhood, and a sense of community—can have a significant impact on our health. www.urbanspacegallery.ca

YYZ ARTISTS’ OUTLET

9-10-0 is a three-channel projection combining a synchronized program of drawn animation and sound by Nestor Krüger and Sally Späth.

Paintings for Electric Light is anexhibition of site-sensitive paintings with coloured fluorescent light components byDaniel Hutchinson. www.yyzartistsoutlet.org

401 LOUNGE
Are we there yet? by Ron Wood depicts the journeys of Macedonian families from Greece to Canada following the 1946-49 civil war. The portraits and narratives explore memories of emigration, settlement, and opportunity.

Above images: (1) Ron Wood: Bill and Vera (2) Pascale Arpin: Adam (3) Tonia Di Risio: Feed (still).

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