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Late in the Season

Top row: Linda Kollofski, Joana Gosly, Penelope Stewart, Carla Fisher, George-Ann Bowers.
Second row: Eszter Bornemisza, Barbara Ramsay, Pat Loucks, Connie Chappel, Kate Hampel.
Bottom row: Lesley Turner, Cindi Gaudette, Ruth Luginbuehl, Teddy Milder, Eszter Bornemisza.



The Display Area
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre

Main Festival Venue

Oakville, Ontario, Canada


Sat. Oct 29 – Sun. Nov 27, 2016
Opening Reception: Sat. Oct 29, 2016 2 – 4 pm

Admission: FREE

Address: Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre,
2302 Bridge Road, Oakville, Ontario
Closest Intersection: Bridge Road & Third Line
Directions: Click Here
Parking: Free

Gallery Hours: Mon. – Sat. 10 am - 6 pm, Sun. 12 - 5 pm
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Exhibition Description

Late in the Season

As autumn fades and the chill of approaching winter can be felt in the air, we take refuge in the lingering colour of fall leaves, deep brown earth, and the rare fragments of summer green. This exhibit pays tribute to the richness of a dying season.

Curators Gareth Bate and Dawne Rudman began with an international call for submissions that attracted hundreds of artists. They like to curate based entirely on what they receive. When looking for the main thematic exhibition decided to bring them all together into a show which became Late in the Season. This will be mounted in The Display Area at our main festival venue Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre in Oakville.






Penelope Stewart.



The Display Area Gallery at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
This is the main installation space at the Centre, hosting Myth Making for Festival 2012, and Solo Shows & Installations for Festival 2014. For Festival 2016 once again there will be a group show in the Display Area Gallery. Be sure not to miss the Gallery show and the other group shows in the Corridor Galleries throughout the building.

Special Thanks:
Gallery Liaisons
: Tonia Di Risio and Dianne Pearce.


Some of the Corridor Galleries at Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre in Oakville, Ontario.


Quick Links to Other 2016 Exhibitions:

Cosmic Geometry | Solo Shows & Installations | Quiet Zone 2 | www: whimsical, wacky and wild | Cat Walk & Kimono RoadJudith Scott | me and you