Monday, July 1, 2013

New Installations for Canada Day in Port Hope

If you are planning to come to the Canada Day Parade in Port Hope,
be sure to check Critical Mass's current storefront installations
all of which are a part of our on-going project 
Identification Papers.

Felix Kalmenson: Hot Air (Instant Nationalism)
at 105 Walton (Ganaraska Frame)
Kalmenson's installation is a special commission for Canada Day and will only be up for two weeks. Don't miss it!

Heather Nicol: A Fine Specimen
at 93 Walton

Yvonne Singer: I do, I undo, I redo (homage to Louise Bourgeois)
at 65 Walton (Furby Books) and Walton Hotel (corner of Walton and John)

A walkable, free "gallery", accessible to all, day and night.

Identification Papers is made possible by a grant from:

And by the generosity of private donors and volunteers
including the following

Special Sponsors:

Peggy Dalla Rosa
Simon Clements
Charles Wickett

Community Partners

Imagelink Studio (Michael Wallace)
The Design Firm (Luke Despatie)

To learn more about the artists, go to their websites:

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