Illuminating! Contemporary Canadian Silver With a Twist

Illuminating! Contemporary Canadian Silver With a Twist

Honouring Canadian women in the arts between 1867 and 2017, and curated by art historian Dr. Laura Brandon. The exhibition comprises 15 contemporary silver artworks by renowned Canadian artists, including 3 winners of the Canada Council’s Saidye Bronfman Award, to highlight women’s achievement in the arts throughout the past century. The artists and their themes are:

Beth Alber (Architecture)
Jackie Anderson (Music)
Mary Anne Barkhouse (Sculpture)
Anne Barros (Photography)
Lois Etherington Betteridge (Craft)
Brigitte Clavette (Drawing & Painting)
Charles Funnell (Dance)
Chantal Gilbert (Gastronomy)
Elizabeth Goluch (Horticulture)
Fiona Macintyre (Textile & Fashion)
Mary K. McIntyre (Film & Video)
Kye-Yeon Son (Writing)
Myra Tulonen Smith (History)
Anne-Sophie Vallée (Theatre)
Ken Vickerson (Design)


Languages: English & French
Rental Cost: Under $5,000 (USD)
Shipping Cost: Inbound, one-way
Insurance: Additional
Minimum Rental Period: 12 weeks
Size: Under 5000 sq ft / 465 sq m
Availability: 2020 and beyond
Security Level: Moderate
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Original Objects: yes
Special Requirements: Artist Fees to be paid according to CARFAC schedule. Each of the 15 artworks is 20 x 20 x 30 cm and can be displayed individually in small display cases or grouped within larger display cases. The pieces can augment other exhibitions or be displayed on their own.
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Lending Organization: Dr. Laura Brandon, Art and War Historian
Contact Person: Dr. Laura Brandon
Telephone: +1-613-237-1689