An evolving web-based exhibition by Cassidy Bankson, Anna Camilleri and Roberto Santaguida.
Since completing his studies in film production at Concordia University, Roberto Santaguida’s films and videos have been shown at more than 300 international festivals. Roberto is the recipient of the K.M. Hunter Artist Award, the Chalmers Arts Fellowship and a fellowship from Akademie Schloss Solitude in Germany.
Anna has been working with performance, image, and text for over 25 years, with credits including book works, performance, and public artworks and installations. Camilleri is artistic co-director of ReDefine Arts & Red Dress Productions
Cassidy Bankson is a dancer, visual artist and filmmaker based in Toronto. She has an Honours BA in Social Anthropology from the University of King’s College in Halifax and studied movement-based expressive arts at the Tamalpa Institute in California.
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To our friends, families and visitors,
The WWG team would like to thank you for thinking of us and visiting our website! We hope you are well and that Artists are finding ways to be creative in these strange times. Bare with us as we reshape our website to accommodate online programming and brush up on web skills!
Again, we hope you are all doing well and staying safe!
– Team WWG
Your support for WWG’s activities as a member enables us to continue to stretch imaginations in the Nipissing region and beyond.
Please swing by the gallery at 122 Main Street East to drop off your membership form, and pick up your membership card sometime soon! We look forward to seeing you then, and in the meantime, if you have any questions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lets make things happen!
We’re taking online bids for the silent auction items in our “Up the ante” fundraiser. TO BID: phone (705) 476-2444 or email email@example.com.
Download the exhibition catalog here in PDF format or view an album of the art here on Facebook.
“Up the ante” is an Indigenous Art Show & Silent Auction that begins with appreciation for Indigenous artists’ gifts. We hope that by showcasing Indigenous art of this region, this show will also “up the ante” in (re)negotiating our ways of living together here on Nipissing territory.
Proceeds from the silent auction will go to the White Water Gallery’s renovation fund.
Follow the teal and B&W lines that the Point of No Return Collective has installed from the White Water Gallery door, and as you turn the corner, you will find that the orderly institutional guides start to jump, twist, and break as they wind toward the main wall of the gallery.
After blasting through video art works by soJin Chun
and Ulysses Castellanos
, those lines spill onto the gallery floor, where you can trace the remains of our institutionalized society, to a large video and sound installation that journeys beyond the edges of our universe…. where you will encounter no deeper meaning. What matters, then, is the meaning we each make.
You’ve only got until Saturday October 24th to see what you might make of this impressive installation work, so we hope to see you sometime over the next couple of weeks!