Author Archives: MMA

Author Archives: MMA

Equinox, McMaster’s BFA Student Exhibition, April 6-22

Equinox, McMaster’s BFA Student Exhibition, April 6-22

March 21, 2017 | Published by MMA
Equinox 2017 Exhibition dates: April 6 – 22, 2017 Artist Talks: April 6, 5:30 – 6:30 pm Reception and Awards: April 8, 2:30 – 4:30 pm The McMaster Museum of Art proudly presents Equinox, the annual Studio Art exhibition (aka … Continued
Published! Living, Building, Thinking: Art & Expressionism

Published! Living, Building, Thinking: Art & Expressionism

March 13, 2017 | Published by MMA
The book Living, Building, Thinking: art & expressionism, published as a complement to the McMaster Museum of Art’s touring exhibition of the same name, is here – and it’s beautiful! The 280 page, softcover book includes essays by Robert Belton, Dietmar … Continued
Slow Art Day at the Museum is April 8

Slow Art Day at the Museum is April 8

March 8, 2017 | Published by MMA
Join us for the fifth annual Slow Art Day at McMaster Museum of Art on Saturday April 8, from 12 to 3 PM. Look long at five works of art and discuss the experience over a free catered lunch. Slow … Continued
Recording: “How Far We’ve Come” Panel with Indigenous Art Scholars

Recording: “How Far We’ve Come” Panel with Indigenous Art Scholars

March 7, 2017 | Published by MMA
On February 9, the Museum welcomed more than 100 guests to a Panel Discussion How Far We’ve Come: Reflections on the Resonance of Indigenous Art from the 1980s. Joining moderator Rhéanne Chartrand, Aboriginal Curatorial Resident at McMaster Museum of Art, were … Continued
Tour and Bookmaking Activity April 1. Registration Open

Tour and Bookmaking Activity April 1. Registration Open

March 1, 2017 | Published by MMA
Guided Tour and Bookmaking Activity Telling our stories: April 1, 1 – 3 pm Our recent Winterfest activity was such a great success that we’re offering it again – for spring!! We encourage you to register early, as spaces fill quickly! … Continued
Video: Curator’s Talk by Rhéanne Chartrand

Video: Curator’s Talk by Rhéanne Chartrand

February 16, 2017 | Published by MMA
On February 2, Rhéanne Chartrand, the Aboriginal Curatorial Resident at McMaster Museum of Art, presented her pubic talk on her research and development of the exhibition Unapologetic:  Acts of Survivance. Watch the recording of the Curator’s Talk, below. The formal presentation … Continued
Shelley Niro and Shelagh Keeley are 2017 GG Arts Award Winners!

Shelley Niro and Shelagh Keeley are 2017 GG Arts Award Winners!

February 15, 2017 | Published by MMA
The winners of the 2017 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts were announced this morning. They are: Michèle Cournoyer, animation filmmaker, Montreal Mike Hoolboom, filmmaker, Toronto Shelagh Keeley, visual artist, Toronto Glenn Lewis, visual artist, Vancouver Landon Mackenzie, … Continued
Panel Discussion with Leading Indigenous Scholars

Panel Discussion with Leading Indigenous Scholars

January 23, 2017 | Published by MMA
How Far We’ve Come: Reflections on the Resonance of Indigenous Art from the 1980s PANEL DISCUSSION McMaster Museum of Art Thursday, February 9, 7 – 9 pm Panelists: RICHARD WILLIAM HILL TOM HILL GERALD MCMASTER Please join the McMaster Museum … Continued
Talk by Dr. Hanley on the Career & Influence of Pierre Conlon

Talk by Dr. Hanley on the Career & Influence of Pierre Conlon

January 18, 2017 | Published by MMA
Please join McMaster University Library for a talk by Dr. William Hanley, Professor, Department of French, on the career and influence of distinguished McMaster scholar, Pierre Conlon (1924-2014) whose research helped to re-energize and revolutionize eighteenth-century French studies. Date: Jan 26, 2017 from 6:00 … Continued
New Gallery Lighting Brings MMA into 21st Century

New Gallery Lighting Brings MMA into 21st Century

January 18, 2017 | Published by MMA
The McMaster Museum of Art is upgrading the lighting systems in all of its exhibition galleries – significantly reducing energy consumption and relamping costs, while enhancing the quality of light, control and ease of the use. The new system, designed … Continued