Western News Newsmakers of the Year – a celebration of some of the people, places and things that shaped the year at this institution – names McIntosh Gallery Curator, Dr. Helen Gregory, the Keeper of Culture
Presented in collaboration with McIntosh Gallery, this London Ontario Media Arts Association (LOMAA) screening features a selection of New Hampshire-based artist Jodie Mack’s quirky and colourful hybrid-animations, which engages audiences to partake in her stunningly vibrant visual experiments. The highlight of the programme is a whimsical stop-motion animated rock opera performed by the artist.
McIntosh Gallery returns to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre for this year’s 3/edition Toronto International Art Book Fair, running October 26 – 28, 2018.
Artist, Malcolm Pate, and McIntosh Gallery Director, James Patten, will lead a tour of current exhibitions, Malcolm Pate: 620 to 550 and Jeff Wall: Steve’s Farm, Steveston at 1:00pm on Saturday, September 29.
Join us for the opening reception of Malcolm Pate: 620 to 550 and Jeff Wall: Steve's Farm, Steveston, on Thursday, September 20 at 5p.m.
McIntosh Gallery is thrilled to partner with +Positive Voice at Nokee Kwe to present their exhibition, We Are Womyn with a Path Leading into the Future. This exhibition features the creative work of the participants of the +Positive Voice program at Nokee Kwe, who are challenging the portrayal of urban Indigenous women and sharing stories of strength, resilience, and accomplishment. The exhibit includes photography, stories, and digital art.
LOMAA and McIntosh Gallery are excited to welcome Toronto-based filmmaker Alexandra Gelis to London to present a screening of her recent works. This event is presented in partnership with McIntosh Gallery. The artist will be in attendance to introduce the works and answer questions, following the program.
Join us for the opening reception of If You've Got It, Flaunt It, curated by Lucas Cabral and Michael Bidner: Raw, curated by Jason Dickson, on Thursday, January 25 at 7p.m.