Spring is always an exciting time for the arts in Hamilton – the warmth of the sun and the colours of the season providing a welcome complement to trips to our city’s many arts and culture organizations. While we currently remain in lockdown, barring art lovers from the relaxing comforts of indoor Gallery spaces and … Continued
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Since the pandemic happened, I have felt very busy, but a very different kind of busy. A kind of busy where I am constantly unsure that I actually am busy. You see, while I try to continue my job in Programs and Education for this gallery, my wife works as the director of a shelter … Continued
It’s boggling to calculate the ways this major pandemic has altered our perspective on things. Art, for example, means something different than what it did three weeks ago. It certainly functions differently, because so many other things have fundamentally changed—the public sphere is now an exclusively virtual space, the economy is morphing into something unrecognizable—time, … Continued
A few weeks ago, anticipating the bloom of COVID-19 in this city and contemplating the possible public closure of this Gallery, I had the naivety to think that the process of doing so, painful as it would be, might also be relatively simple: cancel some events, make some apologies, put a sign on the door and … Continued