Legendary Andy Warhol, a pioneer of the Pop Art Movement, is the highlight of the Art Gallery of Windsor Sandwich Project (Part Two). The exhibit runs from June 1 to September 30, 2018.
Instructional artist José Seoane’s TimeRoom, an exhibit at the University of Windsor’s School of Creative Arts’ Noiseborder Festival stretched out over four days.
Local artist Jeffrey Gregory is finding success with his Art for Everything Gallery in Windsor’s Old Sandwich Town and plans to expand and include displaying other artists’ works.
The 43 Diverse Dimensions art exhibit by Holy Names Catholic High School students at Mackenzie Hall shows eclectic imaginations of the newest members of the local art community.
Chimczuk Museum presents a room full of exhibits related to cursive writing titled “Reading and Writing the Old School Way.” The exhibit is on display until May 27, 2018.
To celebrate the 9th Annual Art Museum Day the Art Gallery of Windsor is offering free docent-led tours of their “Look Again” Salon Wall exhibit and free admission on May 18, 2018.
Four local authors and one from Hamilton to converge on Biblioasis during “All These Crooked Streets and Other Winding Roads” reading event on May 4, 2018.
Tejai Travis and Alan Wildeman among 2018 Windsor Endowment For The Arts Awards and Grants, and Windsor Mayor’s Arts Awards, nominees in this full list of contenders.
The Art Gallery of Windsor’s Hind vs Hind exhibit illustrates how art changes over time featuring the art of William G. H. Hind and his great, great, great nephew Dave Hind.
Photographer Howard Weeks, now a member of the Walkerville Artists’ Co-op, showcases his framed landscape photography, which is available for purchase.