Night Light Path presents a playful approach to the typically solid and uniform appearance of street lights.
As Waterloo-based artist John Hofstetter told me, “you don’t ‘squeeze in’ Newfoundland.”
A group called Friends of 48 Ontario is pushing to reanimate the 106-year-old structure, which was home to the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 50 for half a century and is now owned by the City of Kitchener.
The main building at the Woodland Cultural Centre is one of fewer than a dozen former residential schools for Indigenous children left standing in Canada. A campaign called Save the Evidence aims to preserve it as a museum – the first of its kind.
under a fruitless tree, you / consider // the crackle / overhead …
The ambiguity of nets, curtains, veils, drapes—means of concealing that can also reveal—permeates the large-scale works by Barbara Hobot on exhibit at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery (KWAG).
This installation invites participants to build a styrofoam room inside a shipping container at a former industrial site, taking from a huge pile of styrofoam collected mainly from curbsides over a number of weeks.