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    January 11, 2020      January 25, 2020

    Colour Theory
    January 11–25
    Madrona Gallery
    This exhibition follows the evolution of colour from the early 20th century to today. From traditional oils used in works from the likes of A.Y. Jackson, to the invention of acrylic paints in the 1950s and 60s, to the vibrant pigments used today, Colour Theory traces changes in technique and materials through the years. Featured artists include: Meghan Hildebrand, April Ponsford, Halin de Repentigny, Hashim Hannoon, Morley Myers, Sean Yelland, Nicotye Samayualie, William Perehudoff, Jack Shadbolt. Opening January 11, 1-4 pm. 606 View St, 250-380-4660, www.madronagallery.com.

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    January 17, 2020      February 15, 2020

    Omid Afarinzad, Lauren Brinson, Rande Cook, Mona Hedayati, Jordan Hill, Clare Lannan, Leanne Olson, Liam, O’Sullivan, Dani Proteau, Graham Wiebe
    Opening Friday, January 17 at 7pm
    Exhibition tour directed by Rande Cook: Saturday February 1 at 1:30pm.
    Gallery Hours: Wed to Sat, noon to 5pm
    Forever & For Never arose out of the possibilities created by the forced proximity and specific focus of graduate research. Ten strangers from near and far convene and overlap for a brief period of time on an island located off the westernmost part of Canada. What do they see from this temporal and conceptual window? And in what language, visual or otherwise, do they choose to make their reportage? The artists who make up this enquiry have committed to a sort of fantastic experiment where addition is naturally seen to create expansion even as outcomes remain uncertain. The work in this exhibition—emanating from so many distinct sources—nonetheless shares concerns, as bodies situated inside material problems and the mutability of human existence. There are ripples of disquietude over resources and their extraction and hope for regeneration in the stories of our separate and recombined histories. Forever & For Never is a transitory record where things come together to break apart and recombine somewhere between the past and future.

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    January 21, 2020 01:00 AM      03:00 AM

    UVic Orion Series in Fine Arts guest artist and principal flutist with the Colorado Symphony, Brook Ferguson, will perform Philippe Gaubert’s rarely performed Flute Sonata No. 2, J.S. Bach’s Sonata in A Major, as well as Piazzolla’s Histoire du Tango for flute and piano. She will be joined by Victoria-based pianist, Yoomi Kim.
    Hailed by the Washington Post as “brilliantly virtuosic,” flutist Ferguson is a versatile solo and orchestral artist. First prize winner of the 2009 National Flute Association Young Artist Competition, Ferguson has performed as a concerto soloist with the Colorado Symphony, the New World Symphony, the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. She has appeared at the prestigious Marlboro Music Festival and Tanglewood Music Center. Ferguson was appointed Principal Flutist of the Colorado Symphony Orchestra in 2010 and has been Principal Flutist of the innovative River Oaks Chamber Orchestra since 2012. Previously, she completed a three-year fellowship with the New World Symphony, where she had the privilege of working with Michael Tilson Thomas and many other great musicians and conductors.
    Free admission

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    January 17, 2020 03:30 AM      January 26, 2020 08:00 AM

    O My God
    Bema Productions presents the Canadian comedy premier of “O My God” at Congregation Emanu-El Synagogue.
    “O My God” by the Israeli playwright, Anat Gov. “O My God” is directed by Zelda Dean, and performed by Christine Upright (the therapist), Rosemary Jeffery (God) and Jesse Wilson. Jesse will play the autistic son of the therapist, and is himself on the autism spectrum.
    THE STORY: God walks into a therapist’s office suffering from depression. The therapist asks, “How long have you felt this way?” God says, “Two thousand, two thousand, five hundred years. Give or take.” “You’ve been depressed for two thousand years and only now you’ve come to therapy? What were you waiting for?” asks the therapist. And God says, “I thought time would heal.” After two thousand years, a swift session of cathartic therapy can help unpack our festering problems.
    THE PLAYWRIGHT Anat Gov, who died of cancer at 58, was born in 1953, and was a graduate of the famous Thelma Yellin High School of the Arts. She was briefly a student in Tel Aviv University’s theatre department. She dropped out to become a successful playwright and television writer, wife of a well-known Israeli entertainer, mother of three and grandmother of two.
    At Congregation Emanu-El Synagogue, 1461 Blanshard Street, Victoria V8W 2J3.  Tickets are $23 each available from Ticketrocket at https://www.ticketrocket.co/Event/Details/115482.  Eight performances only:
    Thursday January 16, 7:30 pm
    Saturday January 18, 7:30 pm
    Sunday January 19, 3:00 pm
    Tuesday January 21, 7:30 pm
    Wednesday January 22, 7:30 pm
    Thursday January 23, 7:30 pm
    Saturday January 25, 7:30 pm
    Sunday January 26, 3:00 pm

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    January 12, 2020 08:00 AM      February 23, 2020 08:00 AM

    Be immersed in warmth and color as Victoria based Artist Jessica Ruth Freedman exhibits new paintings from her 'Modern Botanicals' series.
    Solo exhibition of new paintings
    January 12, 2020 - February 23, 2020
    Northern Quarter Restaurant Venue
    1724 Douglas Street
    Victoria BC
    Fore more information please visit www.jessicaruthfreedman.com

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    January 11, 2020 08:00 PM      February 23, 2020 01:00 AM

    Salt Spring National Art Prize
    2019 winners + local finalists
    January 11–February 22 at Victoria Arts Council Gallery
    The Salt Spring National Art Prize is a biennial competition and exhibition of Canadian visual art, presented by the Salt Spring Arts Council. Its intent is to encourage artists whose practice demonstrates originality, quality, integrity and creativity–resulting in significant work with visual impact and depth of meaning. In all, it gives out $39,000 in prizes to 10 artists each year. 1800 Store St. Tues-Sat, 12-5pm. www.vicartscouncil.ca. For images see https://saltspringartprize.ca/finalists-2019/

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