• Ceramic detail of a tiny lifeboat filled with people beside the Titanic

    Saturday, November 18, 2023

    14:00 - 17:00

    Exhibition Statement (excerpt)

    As environmental threats become the major concern for global populations, Tides explores the need to respond to and recognize the growing anthropogenic humanitarian crises of displacement due to climate change. Through ceramic and mixed media surrealist dioramas and sculptural installations, Tides explores the unprecedented scale and impact of climate change and creates opportunity to examine the responsibility of engagement and compassionate action.

    The exhibition Tides focuses on the intersection of two major themes: climate change resulting from human activity, and the humanitarian crisis that human-made climate change has produced.

    Read the full exhibition statement


    Visiting the Gallery:

    No registration required 
    We ask all visitors to wear masks and self-test prior to arriving.  If you or anyone in your household has COVID or flu symptoms, please stay home.

    G101 is accessible on its two floors, with an accessible gender-neutral washroom on the ground floor. 
    Plenty of metered parking onsite.