Waterâ€™s Edge is a Pam Am commissioned large-scale photographic exhibition exploring the often tenuous balance where human civilization, land, and water meet. This exhibition will bring to light recent concerns regarding the sustainability of our global fresh water supply and the impact that human development is having on this precious life-sustaining resource.
Curated by Andrew Davies, Waterâ€™s Edge will feature works by six exemplary Pan American photographers: Edward Burtynsky, James Balog, Sebastiao Salgado, Cristina Mittermeier, Jorge Uzon and Gustavo Jononovich.
The Exhibition will take place at Union Station and Pearson International Airport with an opening launch on July 9th to coincide with the Pan Am Games. There will also be a symposium on fresh water issues at Evergreen Brick Works featuring the Artists and their work on July 10th. More information on the opening of Waterâ€™s Edge and tickets for the symposium will be announced at a later date.
No.9 Eco-Art-Fest @ Todmorden Mills
No.9 is excited to announce the return of the Eco-Art-Fest at Todmorden Mills this summer! The festival will run from June 20 to September 13 on Fridays (12PM â€“ 10PM), Saturdays (12PM â€“ 10PM) and Sundays (12PM â€“ 5PM). No.9 will feature four new artists, two returning artists, art tours, educational workshops, and delicious food and beer! There will be live music every Saturday from 7PM â€“ 9PM. Register forÂ Handscapes,Â Poetics of Architecture, and music workshops by contacting Emily Foster (email@example.com). Drop-in for Clay Making workshops (Noon â€“ 7pm), and Public Art Tours (Noon, 2, 4, and 6pm) daily. More information will be available soon!
Imagining My Sustainable City Hamilton
No.9, in partnership with the Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board and Evergreen CityWorks, officially launched IMSC Hamilton in January, with a total of 14 schools across Hamilton scheduled for 2015. The call to action aligns with No.9â€™s and Evergreenâ€™s mission to educate the next generation about the development of sustainable communities.
No.9 continues to engage members of the OAA as volunteers during IMSC, and practicing professionals in the Hamilton area are encouraged to contact No.9 to learn more about volunteer opportunities.
Following the completion of the first nine schools in June, there will be a culminating exhibit to showcase the studentsâ€™ work at the Lime Ridge Mall. The exhibit will highlight the ideas and innovations to invited dignitaries, press, and school board representatives, as well as the public. Stay tuned for more information!<
Zone 10 Pan Am Path Art Relay
In preparation for the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, No.9, in partnership with Friends of the Pan Am Path, Centennial College, and in Consultation with Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts, has commissioned Toronto artist Sean Martindale to develop and realize a wall art installation across the north facing walls of the Centennial College Ashtonbee campus. Sean will mentor four Centennial College students to develop an installation that highlights the potential of the hydro corridorâ€™s sprawling grasslands as a local attraction.
In March, No.9 and Sean engaged 25 students from the Wexford Collegiate School for the Arts in a half-day design workshop, and their visions for the wall art installation will be considered, and potentially implemented, in the final design. The official mural unveiling is scheduled for Friday, July 17 from 3PM â€“ 5PM.