Thursday, April 14, 2011

CONTACT 2011 Photography in the Junction: Figure & Ground

Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival: Figure & Ground, May 1 - 31, 2011, the Junction, TorontoScotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival: Figure & Ground
Photography in the Junction, May 1 - 31, 2011, 21 Venues / 26 Artists
Opening Night Gala & Film Screening: Saturday, May 7th, 2011
Photo: Brahmin, Varanasi by Rina Singh
Credit: scotiabankcontactphoto.com + junctionbia.com

Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival & the Junction BIA

Photography in the Junction

May 1 - 31, 2011
21 Venues / 26 Artists

Enjoy the work of 26 photographers in 21 locations along Dundas Street West from Quebec Avenue to Keele Street.

Opening Night Gala & Film Screening
Saturday, May 7, 2011

Opening Night Receptions: All Venues

Time: 6 - 9 pm


Location: Dundas Street West
[between Keele Street & Quebec Avenue]

Outdoor Film Screening:
The Many Faces of Arnaud Maggs
Directed & Produced by Annette Mangaard
Arnaud Maggs and Darcy Killeen, Executive Director of CONTACT will provide opening remarks.

Time: 9:30 pm

Location: on Pacific Avenue north of Dundas Street West

For more information contact:
The Junction BIA
416-767-9068
JunctionBIA2010@gmail.com
www.junctionbia.com

Facebook: CONTACT-Photography-Festival
Flickr: contactphotofestival
Twitter: @contactphoto
#contact2011
#junctionto

links:
The CONTACT 2011 Calendar Saturday, May 7

The CONTACT 2011 Exhibits + Photographers + Venues in the Junction

Bravo! Canada Photography Month


YouTube: The Many Faces of Arnaud Maggs
Uploaded by AnnetteM2010 on Mar 17, 2010

This documentary examines the life and work of Montreal-born Arnaud Maggs, an artist who gave up a successful commercial career to become a portrait photographer. Maggs has captured such Canadian notables as Leonard Cohen, Irving Layton and Karen Kain with his lens.

2 comments:

Dragon said...

Hope you'll continue down Dundas past Clendenan to the Telephone Booth Gallery - 4 photographers on exhibition! Opening same night.

Anonymous said...

Yes, of course we will continue and not forget about the Telephone Booth.