Join us for a Question & Answer session at Loop Gallery this Saturday, May 8th at 3pm.
Question & Answer Session:
Lanny Shereck & Yvonne Singer
Saturday, May 8th, 3 PM
Moderated by William Huffman and Ronni Rosenberg.
William Huffman is an arts administrator, curator and educator. He is currently the Associate Director of the Toronto Arts Council and Toronto Arts Council Foundation. He holds teaching positions with the University of Toronto, Fanshawe College and Toronto School of Art. His past curatorial initiatives include several traveling exhibitions: Aurora: A Survey of New Media Work from Finland (Canada/USA); Head Frame for the 2001 Biennale di Venezia (Italy); Stephen Andrews: the 1st part of the 2nd half (France/Italy/Canada); and traductions (Montréal). Huffman was selected by the Ambassade de France au Canada to curate La Grande Expérience for Toronto's inaugural Nuit Blanche and the Mixage: Marseille-Toronto exchange initiative.
Ronni Rosenberg has had a practice in art, design and architecture. She is currently Associate Dean at Sheridan College in the School of Animation Arts and Design where she manages joint programs with University of Toronto Mississauga and performing arts. Rosenberg holds a BA in Art and Art History from the University of Toronto, an MFA in Printmaking and Photography from the Pratt Institute, and a Master of Architecture from State University of New York at Buffalo.
Yvonne Singer is a practicing artist with an active national and international exhibition record. Professor Singer is tenured faculty in the Department of Visual Arts, York University and was Graduate Program Director in Visual Arts from 2003-2009. She is currently on sabbatical.
Lanny Shereck is an artist and art teacher working in acrylic and oil paint and photographic collage to create images of urban life. Shereck has been a member of Loop for 3 years and is represented by The Fran Hill Gallery in Toronto. Shereck has been an art educator for 30 years.
Lanny Shereck's In Between & Yvonne Singer's Gone Missing exhibitions run until Sunday, May 16th.