Join us for our first Artful Dinner and enjoy a private tour of Tanya Lukin Linklater's solo exhibition followed by a dinner at Paradiso restaurant!MORE INFORMATION
Join us on 20 July for a Lunchtime Tour of our current exhibition by Tanya Lukin Linklater, My mind is with the weather at Centennial Square.
Tree Sessions is an outdoor workshop series that invites aspiring and seasoned writers alike to seek inspiration under a tree.MORE INFORMATION
Experience one of the most loved pieces in the permanent collection of Oakville Galleries, as you walk along the waterfront and flowers at Gairloch Gardens. 𝘈 𝘓𝘢𝘳𝘨𝘦 𝘚𝘭𝘰𝘸 𝘙𝘪𝘷𝘦𝘳, 2000, is a site-specific audio walk by Canadian artist Janet Cardiff. In Cardiff's audio walks, visitors follow audio cues while experiencing a physical environment.
Ride the ARTbus and discover some of the season's best exhibitions in the GTA!MORE INFORMATION
Quebecoise and Wolastoq (Maliseet) artist Ivanie Aubin-Malo presents a dance workshop drawn from her experiences in powwow circles and in connecting with other wolastoqiyik communities. Together with Aubin-Malo, participants will take part in a warm-up routine incorporating techniques from powwow dance, followed by various movement exercises inspired by Wolastoqey language and cultural elements.MORE INFORMATION
Layli Long Soldier and Tanya Lukin Linklater will come together to discuss the themes and issues that are raised in their practices.
As a counterpart to our Artist Talk with Jin-me Yoon and Donna James from last fall, Oakville Galleries is pleased to present an Artist Talk with Stan Denniston and Erdem Taşdelen. In this online talk, Denniston and Taşdelen will speak to their works in Two Truths and a Lie and discuss the ways in which photography as a medium can interrogate implicit power structures built into the ways in which narratives are read and interpreted. Together, the artists ask viewers to negotiate photography's privileged status as a record of memory and veracity.
Join us online for an hour of enjoyment, as we explore the cross-over of meditation and art appreciation.MORE INFORMATION
Watch the second part of The Artist's Library podcast series produced in collaboration with Art Metropole. Part of the Printed Matter Virtual Art Book Fair's Classroom program series, this conversation takes up the subject of artist David Hartt's recent poster project for Art Metropole designed as an advertisement for Charmaine Nelson's book, Slavery, Geography and Empire in Nineteenth-Century Marine Landscapes of Montreal and Jamaica.MORE INFORMATION