Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Question and Answer Session with Libby Hague and Rochelle Rubinstein

Join us for a Question & Answer session this Sunday, June 6th at 3pm for Libby Hague and Rochelle Rubinstein in conversation with Pat Macaulay.

Libby Hague is a visual artist who works primarily in print installation.  Based in Toronto, she is featured in the British book, Installations & Experimental Printmaking by Alexia Tala and won the 2009 Open Studio National Printmaking Award. She is represented in many public collections including the Donovan Collection at the University of Toronto.

Rochelle Rubinstein is a Toronto-based artist whose work has been exhibited in diverse venues worldwide and can be found in public collections such as the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin.  As a community arts facilitator, her workshops and projects with groups such as battered women are based upon methods that are central to her own artistic practice. 

Pat Macaulay is the Head of Visual Art at Harbourfront Centre. Macaulay's most recent curatorial projects include a group of exhibitions opening on June 18 at Harbourfront: Combine is an exhibition of eighteen artists from Saskatchewan. Redux Park is an exhibition of three architecture firms 5468796 (Winnipeg) Brook McIlroy (Toronto) and Vlan Paysage & Atelier in Situ (Montreal) and an installation by T&T. Beyond Imaginings is a large outdoor photographic exhibition with Becky Comber, Keesic Douglas, Martie Giefert, Mark Kasumovic, Rob MacInnis, Erin Riley, Meera Margaret Singh, Garett Walker.

Libby Hague's SAFETY NET & Rochelle Rubinstein's SHAFT exhibitions at Loop Gallery run until Sunday June 13, 2010.

SAFETY NET and SHAFT are exhibited concurrently with STILL LIFE ON EARTH, a collaborative installation by Libby Hague and Rochelle Rubinstein, at Mon Ton Window at 402 College Street.

Question & Answer Session:
Libby Hague & Rochelle Rubinstein
Sunday, June 6th, 3 PM at loop.
Moderated by Pat Macaulay, Head, Visual Art, Harbourfront Centre,
followed by Afternoon Tea at 402 College Street.