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HEATHER GRAHAM: REMINDS ME OF M 

Heather Graham, For W, 2017, Oil on Canvas. Copyright the artistOn Now Until Mar. 18, 2018
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Toronto artist Heather Graham's mixed media art explores boundaries between seeing and experiencing art. 

Reflecting her interest in ideas about time, memory and the notion of perception, Graham's art conveys a sense of the passage of time and the fragility of the human condition.

Image: Heather Graham, For W
2017, Oil on Canvas. the artist

Artist Talk: March 4, 2 - 4 p.m.

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PAMA gratefully acknowledges the support of the Ontario Arts Council

WORDS > PICTURES

On Now Until Mar. 18, 2018
Tunnel Gallery

Pairing the written word with visual art, this project will exhibit student art from Stephen Lewis Secondary School and from Seneca College, under the direction of artist Heather Graham. 

Using memory as a theme, poems and art by students from Stephen Lewis Secondary School and artworks by Seneca College art students will create a powerful impact.

INUIT DOLLS: FROM PAST TRADITIONS TO NEW EXPRESSIONS

Dolls created by Inuit artists Mary Okheena, Effie Natouyok, Emily Flowers, Alacie Mayoomealuk, and Pauloosie & Annie Weetaluktuk.  the artistsOn Now Until Mar. 18, 2018
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The Inuit have practiced the art of making dolls for centuries. Dolls serve many purposes; they are reflections of Inuit life, playthings, charms, tools of domestic training, and tourist souvenirs. 

This exhibition presents 27 Inuit dolls given to PAMA from the Museum of Inuit Art.


Image: Dolls created by Inuit artists (clockwise from top left) Mary Okheena, Effie Natoayok, Emily Flowers, Alacie Nayoomealuk, and Paulosie Weetaluktuk & Annie Weetaluktuk. the artists.