Harris Exchange Gallery
The Harris Exchange Gallery features rotating juried and invitational exhibitions by visual artists and craft artisans. It is a flexible, multi-use gallery space that emphasizes the connection between art and community. We welcome independent proposals for solo and group exhibitions and routinely publish calls for submissions for exhibitions in keeping with themes developed in collaboration with the Minarovich Gallery.
The Harris Exchange Gallery will begin accepting new exhibition proposals in January 2019.
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Criteria for Submissions:
- Statement of Intent
- Current artist(s) CV and/or Bio
- Relevant teaching or community art experience if applying for project-based exhibition
- Maximum of 10 images [jpeg format] of work related to proposal
- Contact information (include website)
*Submissions can be sent via email to email@example.com. Please note which gallery you are applying to in the subject line.
What is showing:
Cyanotypes by Tania Love
Friday January 12th – Sunday March 4th, 2018
Harris Exchange at the ECFTA
Friday January 12th, 7 PM
Sponsored by Awareness Yoga
The cyanotype is a 19th century photographic printing process named for its distinctive cyan blue hues. Circulation, a series of largescale cyanotypes by Toronto-based visual artist Tania Love, uses the process to map the cracks in sidewalks and roadways overlaying the Garrison Creek watershed; to bring to the fore both the intersecting language of and conflict between human made and natural systems. Love’s work calls forth the primacy of water and invites contemplation on the metaphor of circulation. Circulation runs through March 4th in the Harris Exchange.