New and Upcoming Exhibitions

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New and Upcoming Exhibitions

work from home
Latcham Art Centre – 2 Park Drive
on view now, until Saturday, December 10, 2022

work from home is a showcase of 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. In addition to their work, artists contributed personal interviews about how their practice shifted during the last two years. For more information and to view the interviews, visit www.latchamartcentre.ca/exhibitions

Sylva Sroujian
Town Offices Gallery – 111 Sandiford Drive
on view now, until Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Sylva Sroujian is an Armenian artist from Lebanon who has called Canada home for over thirty years. She now lives in Richmond Hill. Although her education and career were in business, art making has been her primary focus for the past seven years. Her work at the Town Offices Gallery reflects the beauty of nature and is inspired by scenes near Algonquin Park.

Coming soon:
IMAGES 2022/2023: adomania
Open: Wednesday, December 14, 2022 – Saturday, January 14, 2023
Reception: Wednesday, December 14, 2022

Latcham Art Centre is thrilled to be partnering once again with the graduating class of Stouffville District Secondary School (SDSS) for a showcase of their artistic talents. For over two decades, grade 12 art students from SDSS have worked with Latcham’s curator to mount a professional exhibition of work made during their first semester. This year we are excited to being the exhibition back in person; please join us at the opening reception to celebrate the students’ achievements! Grateful thanks to the Lions Club of Stouffville for their support of this exhibition.


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