The Latcham Art Centre, 2 Park Drive in Stouffville, is presenting work from home – a showcase of artwork by past and present Latcham instructors, volunteers, Board members and staff, created during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic – until Dec. 10. The show features work by Marisa Gallo, Still from Frolicking Fields, performance for video, 2022, above, and below, from left, Margaret Grandison, A Purple Road, 2022, acrylic, Sarka Buchl Stephenson, Moth and Feathers (detail), 2020, waterbased monoprint and Valerie Ashton, May 28, Road Trip and Hamburger Day, 2021, collage and photo. Images 2022/2023 is the next exhibit and it opens on Wednesday, Dec. 14.
work from home
Until Saturday, December 10, 2022
work from home includes artwork made during COVID-19, by past and present instructors, volunteers, staff and Board members of Latcham Art Centre. These works were created while much of the global workforce shifted from working in-office to working remotely. For some visual artists, their studios also moved into their homes. Creative time provided by the pandemic was abundant—for better or for worse—and the challenge of separating work, life and studio presented itself.
Open: Wednesday, December 14, 2022 – Saturday, January 14, 2023
Opening Reception: Wednesday, December 14, 2022, 7:00–9:00 PM
Latcham Art Centre is thrilled to be partnering once again with the graduating class of Stouffville District Secondary School for a showcase of their artistic talents. For over two decades, the grade twelve art students from SDSS have worked with Latcham’s curator to mount a professional exhibition of artworks that they have created during their first semester. This year we are excited to bring the exhibition back in-person; please join us at the opening reception to celebrate the students’ achievements.
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