As a third-party recommender, McIntosh Gallery is now accepting applications for the 2021-22 Ontario Arts Council Exhibition Assistance Program (Zone 1). The program provides funds to assist visual artists with the costs related to presenting their work in a public exhibition.
Due to COVID-19 safety measures, McIntosh Gallery remains closed until further notice. In-person gallery visits are not permitted at this time. In light of these restrictions, we've produced a short video walkthrough of Doug Dolman's solo exhibition In Search of Symbol which can be viewed from home.
Join us for a FIELD TRIP as we take a look inside our most recent show Written on the Earth. The exhibition, presented in partnership with the Northern Tornadoes Project research group, features new work by artists Hannah Claus, Patrick Mahon, Ellen Moffat, Joel Ong, Eeva Siivonen, and Matthew Trueman.
Due to COVID-19 safety measures, McIntosh Gallery remains closed until further notice. In-person gallery visits are not permitted at this time. In light of these restrictions, Doug Dolman: In Search of Symbol will open virtually beginning April 29. Exhibition documentation and virtual walk-throughs will be posted online throughout the exhibition's run.
McIntosh Gallery is hiring one student for a Summer 2021 Young Canada Works placement. The posting for Digital Curatorial and Outreach Assistant will close May 11.
Following province-wide shutdown measures, McIntosh will close to the public through May 1, 2021 pending further health and safety guidance.
McIntosh Gallery supporter Amelia Faye Wehlau passed away at 91 years of age on March 21, 2021. In addition to her career as an Associate Professor of Astronomy at Western University, Amelia was a lover of the arts and music, a supporter of TVO, of McIntosh Gallery, and Opera at Western.
Join us Wednesday, April 7 from 5:00 to 6:30p.m. EST on Zoom where artists Hannah Claus, Patrick Mahon, Ellen Moffat, Joel Ong, Eeva Siivonen, and Matthew Trueman, and Northern Tornadoes Project researcher Dr. Greg Kopp will participate in a panel discussion as part of Written on the Earth.
Explore how six artists reimagine scientific data into works of art in Written on the Earth at Western University’s McIntosh Gallery.
A funnel cloud forms and snakes towards the ground, making explosive contact and triggering a trail of destruction. Swaths of fallen trees leave flattened trunks in swirling, turbulent patterns that document the movement of the tornado as it traces its way across the land.
The interdisciplinary science/art project Written on the Earth is presented in collaboration with the Northern Tornadoes Project and features artists Hannah Claus, Patrick Mahon, Ellen Moffat, Joel Ong, Eeva Siivonen, and Matthew Trueman.
Join the Arts & Humanities Student Council (AHSC) for a digital Career Fair on February 9 and 10 on Zoom. Panelists include McIntosh Gallery Curator Dr. Helen Gregory, ArtLab Gallery Manager Ruth Skinner, Curator & Head of Collections at Glenhyrst Art Gallery Matthew Ryan Smith, among others.