It’s a busy weekend all over the place with an opening and a new project, culture days, and some great events hosted by dear friends of ours here in Windsor. Here’s the breakdown of what you might want to check out this weekend: We’re back to North Bay for our opening of Surviving North Bay … [Read more…]
This is going to be an incredibly fun project! Our friends at DodoLab finally return to Windsor, make sure you check it out! A Project by Professor William Starling of DodoLab May 5 – June 9, 2012 Opening Reception: Saturday May 5, 1-4pm AGW Talk/Tour: Sunday May 6, begins at 1pm DodoLab and SB Contemporary … [Read more…]
After a long wait, we’re very excited to announce the (working) schedule for our upcoming conference, Homework: Infrastructures & Collaboration in Social Practices! We’ll be updating this page with information regarding the venues shortly. Please note that the following is subject to change, but this is what we’re planning so far: DAY 1: October 21, … [Read more…]
As Michelle mentioned last week, we’re doing a projection inside of The Magic Stick as part of the We Like Music Festival in Detroit this Saturday, September 18. The organizers of We Like Music invited us to do something — so, we figured we would come up with a great big list of things we … [Read more…]
Official Day 1 of SRSI kicked off, lots of new folks starting their projects, vinyl is up, rooms are painted (and almost done), floors are clean, the storefronts are open!!! Come see us.
Zeke Moores makes badass metal sculptures from metal. He does this in Windsor; we’re lucky to have him (and his partner, Lucy, who we’ve written about before) in this city. He has an extensive background in metal fabrication and working in a foundry, and he teaches at the University of Windsor. His work explores the … [Read more…]
As part of the Green Corridor‘s Open Corridor festival, Windsor’s Lucy Howe installed a series of wilted road signs, entitled Wilt. The signs themselves reiterate the bend, or wilt, in its respective sign pole and simultaneously comments on some of the many issues surrounding this stretch of road, and the kilometer or so to its … [Read more…]