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Lavi Picu is exhibiting her art:

I am participating to two group exhibitions that start the following weekend. The first one is the 7th edition of Emerging Artist Exhibition, "L'Art est une oeuvre", held by the Montreal Art Centre (CAMAC) located in Griffintown, Montreal.

The dates for this exhibition are June 11th to July 18th, 2021. Due to Covid-19 health guidelines, all visitors must take an appointment prior to their arrival at the CAMAC by either scheduling it on their website or by phone: (514) 667- 2270.

The address of the Montreal Art Centre is 1844 rue William, Montreal, H3J 1R5.

Here is the link to their FB page in case you need it:


The second exhibition is "L'été en couleurs" held by the Ambigu Gallery: between June 12th to June 19th, 2021. The opening night is on June 12th, from 6pm to 9pm and is open to all art lovers. Visitors can pass by the gallery during the week without an appointment. The gallery is located at 1761 Atateken Street, Montreal, H2L 3L7.


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News and events from the WAAC:

June 7-June 30: Foundling Art Exhibition online in the Ruth Upjohn Gallery. ZOOM Reception Monday June 21 at 2:00 pm. open to the public.

June 11, 11:00 a.m. Members Voices (5 x 5): 5-minute talks on 5 paintings monthly on Fridays, hosted on Zoom by ChatLine. WAAC Artist members speak about their art and creative process. To be one of the presenting artists, contact Margaret and send her five images. New to ChatLine? Contact Joanne

June 16 – Sept 3. Summertime Member Exhibition in the Dignam Gallery. open to the public Opening Reception Saturday June 19 at 4:00 p.m. Stay tuned for the links and to view the exhibition and for updates to see the show in person.

June 17, 1:00 p.m. open to the public: Anne O’Callaghan will take us on a virtual walking tour of Public Art in the GTA visiting some old friends and discovering new ones. The Changing Face of Public Art in Toronto Register FREE until June 10 with Cal at Members $10, Non-members $15 after June 10. This monthly lecture series is brought to you by the Artist Voice Program Committee.

Ryerson University invites you to attend a conversation with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Canada’s Challenges as we emerge from the shadow of today’s pandemic, Indigenous reconning and reciliation and more. Sponsored by the Faculty of Arts. Free ZOOM event June 4 at 4:00 p.m. Register

U of T Faculty of Music invites you to attend “A Dean’s Envoi: Reflections on the Emotional Impact of Music”. Free Zoom lecture June 23 at 5:00 p.m. RSVP

Feheley Fine Arts: Thursday June 10, 6:00 p.m. Artist Talk & Exhibiton Tour with Darcie Bernhardt, an Inuvialuk/Gwich’in artist raised in Tuktuyaaqtuuq, NWT, and currently based in Halifax, NS. Akisuktuaq, the artist’s first solo exhibition, features thirteen extraordinary works of oil painting on canvas To register for the event click here.


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