OPEN HOUSE PROJECTS
December 9, 2011 – January 9, 2011
December 15, 2011
Borderlands video performance with Serina Zapf
Doodle Lab Show
November 9 – December 5, 2011
November 15, 2011
September 23 – October 31, 2011
August 5 – 11, 2011
Exhibition of work from Xane St Phillip’s Painting: Mostly Black six-week course.
Jeff Barringer, Robin Kirkpatrick, Jessica Kuyper, Alexis Oak, Linda Peters, Ricardo Rodriguez, Bonnie Tomlinson, Rhonda Usipiuk, Jennifer Wilson
Presence of Mind
June 5 – June 27, 2011
Diploma of Fine Arts 2011 exhibition
Sarah Houghton, Anne-Marie McPartlin, Tanta Pennington and Marion Whalley
May 6 – May 27, 2011
A sculpture show about food
Featuring: Lisa Benschop, Christine Clark, Megan Dickie, Kathryn Ellis, David Gifford and Ian Rorie
Curated by Victoria-based artist Tyler Hodgins
Independent Studio Exhibition
April 10 – May 2, 2011
Maureen Calkins and Irma Argyriou present highlights from the work they did in their Independent Studio Progam 2010-2011
March 4 – April 4, 2011
New paintings by Vancouver Island artist, BARRIE SZEKELY. The paintings in the series YardSquare are a result of the barrage of natural images the artist encounters on his day-to-day walks; combined with a compost of ideas, playfulness and memory.
January 10 – January 31
Seventeen artists have been selected to complete two murals for the Crystal Pool in Victoria. Each mural is 8 x 48′. The Slide Room Gallery will be used as an art studio where the artists will work on the panels over the month of January. The public is welcome to see the work as it develops through the month.
February 11 – February 25, 2011
This is an interactive drawing and collage event based on the book by Lynda Barry called Picture This: Near-sighted Monkey Book. Barry’s book questions ideas surrounding drawing including when did we decide to stop drawing. Gallery visitors will be invited to participate in the opening ‘Drawing and Collage Party’ on Friday, February 11 where the walls of the gallery will be covered in paper and various collage materials will be provided. Throughout the following two weeks, visitors are invited to respond to what is on the wall or to create drawings and collages of their own. This event will launch the ‘Slide Room Café’ -a monthly forum for discussion, debate and general sharing of ideas, gossip and humour.