The Reshelving Initiative is now selling items from White House studio members on their website! If you like to purchase some of our member’s limited edition items, check it out. You can order through PayPal. Money goes into supporting Eyelevel gallery and The White House Studio Project, a great cause!
ERI5: THE RESISTANCE TO CHANGE
March 1, 2012 – March 31, 2012
2159 Gottingen Street Halifax, NS.
ERI 5 is an exhibition and sale of artist books, zines, multiples and other kinds of artist-made publications. The White House Studio Project is participating by showcasing a variety of our studio artists. We will be selling zines, artist made collectibles, prints and t-shirts. If you are in Halifax, check it out!
Showing works by: Vanessa Rieger, Zoe Solomon, Basil AlZeri, Jonathan Edward Mayhew, Brandon A. Dalmer, Vince Vining & Nicolas Robins and t-shirts by Nitasha McKnight and Ceilidh Stidwill.
Eyelevel Gallery is a not for profit charitable organization dedicated to the presentation, development and promotion of contemporary art, located in Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada. Through a range of programming initiatives such as exhibitions, performances, special projects, and workshops, Eyelevel Gallery has provided a forum for the discussion and education of contemporary visual art for over 37 years.
This upcoming Saturday Dec. 17th,
the White House will be participating in Zine Zone at XPACE.
We will be selling various zines, t-shirts and artworks from a multitude of our studio members. We’re also launching a new line of White House Tees, made by Ceilidh Stidwill and Nitasha McKnight! All money from t-shirts sold goes directly to supporting our project! Tis the season! We’ll also have info available on our project for any artists seeking affordable studio spaces and potential exhibition space. Come say HI and get into the ZINE ZONE.
XPACE Cultural Centre
58 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON
12noon – 6pm
Featuring music stylings by
DJ taz’s_mom_butters_, DJ AS IS & MC Escher
Poster by Matt King.
RESCHEDULED DUE TO TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES!
Fiona’s talk has been rescheduled for September. Sorry for the inconvenience. -TWH
Zines, Comics and Graphic Novels
Come travel with Fiona through inspirational cartoonists and zinesters who lead her to creating her first graphic novel: The Never Weres.
THURSDAY JULY 21st @ the White House Studio Project
Doors at 8pm
Lecture starts at 8:30 – 9:15pm
Cold drinks for sale!
Fiona Smyth is a Toronto based visual artist. She has covered Toronto and elsewhere with her distinctive, female charged graphics. Her art practice involves painting, murals, animation, comics and illustration. Over the past twenty-four years Fiona has had an extensive exhibition history and is now a drawing, illustration and comics instructor at the Ontario College of Art & Design.