Losing ground

Losing Ground

August 29th, 2019 – October 12th, 2019 Doherty’s paintings focus on what happens when the natural landscape becomes a constructed landscape. As natural elements are removed from the ground and displayed in containers and planters, or on rooftops and green walls, nature becomes one step removed from the ground and represents a disconnect from its source. Working in the painting style of the Dutch Renaissance masters, Doherty’s landscapes at first appear so life-like it’s hard to comprehend that you are looking at a two-dimensional surface.  However, as your eye continues to explore the image, her choice of perspective, scale and...

Shaping time

Shaping Time

July 10th, 2019 – August 24th, 2019 Celebrate our 40th anniversary with the group exhibition about memory and time featuring artists Natalie Hunter, Lois Schklar, Xiaojing Yan. Join us for the special opening night party on Wednesday, July 10th at 7pm to honour this important milestone and all the incredible individuals in our community and beyond that have made Latcham Art Centre the vibrant visual art centre it is today. This exhibition purposefully represents artists at all different stages of their careers, pairing two established artists who have exhibited with the gallery in past and an emerging artist, showcasing the...

Where we stand

Where We Stand

May 16th, 2019 – June 29th, 2019 The past, present and future collide in the collaborative work of Camal Pirbhai and Camille Turner, where the overlooked and ignored histories of transatlantic slavery in Canada are revealed. The artists work with historical documents from the archive to shed light on this dark past as a means to educate and create a better future. The WANTED series consists of 10 large-scale photographs that acknowledge and respond to runaway advertisements posted by Canadian slave owners in late 18th century newspapers. These interdisciplinary works where performance, photography and the archive meet, transform the descriptive...

Youth Week 2019

Celebrations: The Young at Art

 May 2nd, 2019 – May 11th, 2019 Artist(s): Students from Balantree Public School, Babara Ried Public School, Ecole Catholique Pape- Francois, Glad Park Public School, Harry Bowes Public School, MindTech Montessori School (North Campus), Oscar Peterson Public School, Progressive Montessori Academy, St Brendan Catholic Elementary School, St Brigid Catholic Elementary School, St Mark Catholic Elementary School, Stouffville Christian School, Summitview Public School, Wendat Village Public School, Whitchurch Highlands Public School Featuring artwork from 15 elementary schools in Whitchurch-Stouffville and the grade 9-11 students from SDSS. Graphic Design by Jennifer Onlock

Annual Juried Exhibition

Annual Juried Exhibition 2019

March 9th, 2019 – April 27th, 2019 Artist(s): Emma Enright, Dianne Green, Valeri Ashton, Carol Cheong, Ana Cristina, Julia Dickinson, Grace Croughan, Andrea End, Katja van den Enden, Fiona Evans, Anita Granger, Harper Forbes, Milena Roglic, Sheila King, Clare Ross, Rhonda Short, Asma Sultana, Steph Thompson, Bob Tunnoch, Saskia Wassing, Marnie White, Debbie Wong, Cate McGuire, Colt Nicastro, Ronal Regamey This is always an exciting time of year at the Art Centre as we welcome artists all across York region and throughout Ontario to participate in our Annual Juried Exhibition.  This year we received submissions from 132 artists totaling 234...

Memory Bathing

Memory Bathing

January 12th, 2019 – February 16th, 2019 For her solo exhibition, Memory Bathing, Moore continues to explore an on-going interest in the USB form and extends her work in stone to include carved wood, silicone, fabricated metal, repurposed tree logs, drawings and audio poems. By fusing together USB technology with natural forms, such as trees and their fruits (acorns, walnuts, and maple tree keys), Moore invents hybrid objects where human- made and organic technologies related to memory and the passing of information are joined, further examining how nature and technology are inextricably linked. Curated by Elisa Coish Graphic Design by...

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