$5 Theatre Members and Museum Supporters
An interactive evening in conjunction with the play Art at the Grand Theatre.
Black out! Wake your inner rebel. Rip a page out of a book. Ink over the lines you don’t like. Find a new idea hidden beneath.
White knuckle it in our fast paced art hunt. Win a prize from the Grand Theatre and our gift shop!
Explore the Great White North in exhibition talks of Highlights from 150 Years of Art-Making in London; Canadian Eh? and Brian Jones.
Learn and debate the issues around a white painting like Marc, Serge and Yvan, the central characters in Art; on at the Grand Theatre.
Enjoy a light meal and a drink at the Rhino Lounge. (Not included with admission price.)
View Canadian Ron Bloore’s white Painting No.13, on display for one night only. Sign up as a Supporter for free to save on tickets.
What do you think gives art meaning?
In 1918 Russian artist Kazemir Malevich made a painting of a white square on a white background called Suprematist Composition: White on White. Some called this a radical act in response to the Russian Revolution. The artist proclaimed his painting “pure feeling and perception”. Others decried it art that could be done by a house painter. In 2008 a Malevich abstract painting sold at Sotheby’s New York for $60 million.
Friday, April 14
Tuesday to Sunday: 12:00 noon to 5:00 pm
Thursday: 12:00 noon to 9:00 pm
Open at 11:00 am from May 23 to September 3
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