White Water Gallery is a not-for-profit Artist-Run Centre committed to supporting artistic practices that are innovative and relevant. Understanding the need to advance the public's threshold for viewing contemporary art the gallery encourages outreach programming that promotes accessibility and shared knowledge.
WHAT WE'RE UP TO
Faster, The Lights Fades
Come check the work of collaborating artists, Conrad Marion and Dominic Pinney, at the opening reception of a brand new exhibit, 'Faster, The Lights Fades' on Tuesday January 30th at 7pm!
This exhibition will be open from January 30th to April 4th, 2020!
Become a WWG Member or make a donation to the gallery, and you will be supporting artists. We create space for professional artists to exhibit, for local artists to imbibe in critical discussion, and for emerging artists to host events.
IceFollies is an ad-hoc collective that presents a biennial festival of contemporary and community engaged art on frozen lake Nipissing. Audiences are invited to engage with works situated off shore from the North Bay waterfront and along the shores of Nipissing First Nation. The IceFollies Committee includes representation from the three artist-run centres in the Nipissing area spanning contemporary visual arts, aboriginal arts, performance, media arts, and community engaged artistic practices.
This year the festival will occur from February 15th to 29th.
Destiny Swiderski's Refract : REFLECT, a part of Ice Follies 2020, is an experiential installation of architecture, local Indigenous narratives, and the natural elements of light, sound, ice and snow. As ice turns back into water, the tectonic ice plates collide to create a geometry of form, light and shadow; creating an intimate gathering space for viewers to contemplate, interact and meet.