April 6 - May 18
Artist Chat Saturday May 18 2 pm
Barb Lougheed will give an illustrated talk followed by Q&A. All welcome!
This series explores the deadly impact on Canadian wildlife of loss of habitat through urbanization. The World Wildlife Fund's Living Planet Report 2018 showed a 60% decline in populations of vertebrate species worldwide between 1970 and 2014. Despite a 'national consciousness' in Canada that rests on a concept of wilderness, half of Canadian wildlife species are in serious population decline and a key factor is habitat modification, fragmentation and destruction.
Annual Rails End Members' Salon Exhibition
Winners of The Annual Peoples' Choice
First: Gord Jones
Second: Ian Varney
tied for Third: Jyne Greenley and Brenda Reise
images shown above.
Q. When can I submit a proposal?
Q. How do I submit an Exhibition Proposal?
A. Our Main Gallery is an 800 s.f. space. It was formerly the baggage room for the rail station. We welcome proposals for solo and group exhibitions, curatorial projects, collaborative projects that provide opportunities for public engagement with contemporary art and craft and/or regional culture. Submissions for general consideration may be made at anytime.
Please send (with SASE) to:
Laurie Jones, Curator, POB 912, Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0
1-2 pg. Project Description
-max. 20 images of current work related to your proposal
– include image list (titles, dimensions, dates, media)
– images must be digital format CD or DVD formatted as follows: high resolution JPG; 1 MB max; number and title each file; # must appear before the title so image order corresponds to image list, example: 001TheVisitor.jpg.
– do not submit images in Powerpoint
– timebased, i.e. DVD, may be up to 20 min.
– other support material; articles/writing/reviews up to 6 pieces.