“Louise Bourgeois and Me: An Imaginary Conversation”
with artist Yvonne Singer
and curator Aurelie K. Collings
7 p.m., Tuesday June 18, 2013
Meet in front of Furby Books and/or the Walton Hotel to view the installations
before proceeding to the location* for the talk
Admission is free for students
Suggested donation of $5 for adults
Please register for this event by Friday, June 14, 2013
(*Secrets, and the effects of their ravelling and unravelling,
will be a theme of the evening)
Yvonne Singer is a distinguished Canadian artist and educator.
She has an international exhibition record,
and is a professor in the Faculty of Fine Art at York University.
Singer is the inaugural artist in Critical Mass’s latest project, “Identification Papers”.
Over the next everal months, a series of contemporary art exhibitions will be installed in storefronts in downtown Port Hope, creating a walkable, free “gallery”, accessible to all, day and night.
“Identification Papers” is made possible by a grant from:
And by the generosity of private donors and volunteers
including the following special sponsors
Peggy Dalla Rosa, Charles Wickett, Simon Clements
“Art is a privilege, a blessing, a relief.
Privilege means that you are favoured,
that what you do is not completely to your credit,
and not completely due to you, but is a favor conferred upon you.”
Louise Bourgeois (1911-2010)