SoCA Gallery in the Armouries

SoCA Gallery

 

Exhibition Schedule 

Fall 2018

The Gallery is open Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm

The Gallery is located at the north/University Avenue entrance to the Armouries, 37 University Avenue, East, Windsor.

 

Conceptual artist Iain Baxter&

Sept 10 - 19:

IAIN BAXTER& the &MAN - the POWER of &.

 

VABE alumnus Michael Pfaff with his award winning thesis

Sept 20 - 23:

Architectural Renderings, Miichael Pfaff, VABE ulumnus, M.Arch.

 

Scott Chantler: Bringing the 1934 Chatham Coloured All-Stars to the Comics PageFriday, September 28, 4:00 – 6:30 pm

Scott Chantler: Bringing the 1934 Chatham Coloured All-Stars to the Comics Page
SoCA Gallery, The Armouries, 37 University Ave. East
Free and open to the public
 
As part of the Telling the Stories of Race and Sports in Canada project, we commissioned cartoonist Scott Chantler to bring the story of the 1934 Chatham Coloured All-Stars baseball team to life for school-aged readers.
 
In this talk, Mr Chantler will discuss the early drafts of his forthcoming mini-comic and discuss his process and creative decisions in bringing this vital story to the page. This talk is free and open to the public.
 
Telling the Stories of Race and Sports in Canada is funded by a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Connections Grant and co-sponsored by the University of Windsor, the Chatham-Kent Black Historical Society, and the Essex County Black Historical Research Society. This event is co-sponsored by the University of Windsor's Department of English and School of Creative Arts.
 
 
Dr. Christine Sprengler is a professor of art history at Western University
 
Friday, November 16, 1:00 pm

Guest Artist Talk with Christine Sprengler

Gallery, SoCA Armouries, 37 University Ave., East
Free presentation
Dr. Christine Sprengler is an Associate Professor of Art History at Western University. Her research focuses on cinematic installation art, new media art and the relationships between cinema and the visual arts. Cultural memory and nostalgia in visual culture have also become interests as well as representations of history in contemporary (British and American) cinema and television.
 
 
Barry Ace: 2018 exhibition at AGONovember 19-23

Barry Ace

Exhibition - For as long as the sun shines; the grass grows and the river flows

SoCA Gallery
37 University Ave. E, Windsor, Ontario

www.barryacearts.com

The Art + Law Indigenous Artist in Residence Program was developed in partnership with Arts Council Windsor & Region (ACWR), UWindsor’s Faculty of Law, and the School of Creative Arts.

Dec 6-7: 

1st and 2nd year Visual Arts MFA student reviews

Dec 9 - 15:

Visual Arts BFA graduation show

Dec 16 - 22: 

Visual Arts MFA thesis exhibition, Anthony Saracino