Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Opening: STUDIO HUDDLE - Makes Sense on the Body

Located in a beautiful, historic loft building at 97 Niagra in downtown Toronto, Studio Huddle is an artist-run space, dedicated to the craft-based arts. Comprised of a group of talented crafts-people as well as former Harbourfront Centre craft artists-in-residence, Studio Huddle works towards connecting the public with emerging artists who explore and push the boundaries of their medium. They do this through education, exhibitions, collaboration and ongoing experimentation within their practices.
The gallery and resident artist studios provide support to Canadian artists, and public access to emerging contemporary craft-based art.
Here is an invite to their upcoming exhibition Makes Sense on the Body curated by Melanie Egan as well as a preview of the exhibition catalog.

Studio Huddle
97 Niagara St. Toronto
Nov. 8th - 25th, 2012
Opening Reception: Nov. 8th 6-10 pm 2012.

We'd like to thank all the designers participating in this exhibition. Anu Raina, inspired by new beginnings saturated with colour; Eric Petersen who pays homage to the hip-hop urban experience; Victoria Yez whose nature inspired works hearken back to the glamour-days of the1940s; Stephanie Fortin + LABEL who ingeniously blend historical hand-techniques with contemporary chic; Malcolm Halley for his street-savvy, sartorial style and Grant McRuer who epitomizes industrial elegance.
Copyright © 2012 STUDIO HUDDLE,  All rights reserved.

97 Niagara St.
Toronto, ON m5v 1c3

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