Local Art in The Sunroom | On display November 13, 2018 to January 5, 2019 in The Sunroom at Central Library, Subliminal Landscapes features work by local artist, Kate Ward. The Subliminal Landscapes collection was inspired by a trip Ward took to Iceland several years ago.
Local Art in The Sunroom | On display September 6 to October 27, 2018 in The Sunroom at Central Library, Crossroads: An Intersection in Time featuring works by Halifax Art Maps artists and artisans explores the personal experiences and observations of "crossroads".
Local Art in The Sunroom | On display June 9 to August 18, 2018 in The Sunroom at Central Library, Old Bones | New Bones by Adam Lanigan is a photographic exploration of Halifax's changing urban landscape.
Local Art in The Sunroom | On display from April 14 to May 26, 2018 in The Sunroom at Central Library, Sorry For Your Loss is a humourous approach to the idea of loss and similar themes. Combined images attempt to blur the line between fact and fiction. Real and fake events, objects, and people leave the viewer to decide what has been fabricated and what remains true.
Local Art in The Sunroom | The mysteries of our oceans are just below the surface of these stunning photos. From February 7, 2018 to April 7, 2018, photographs by Nick Hawkins are on display in The Sunroom at Central Library.
Local Art in The Sunroom | Take a stroll through Halifax's unique landscapes! Throughout December 2017 and January 2018, 'Urban Sketches' exhibit by Andy Lynch are on display at The Sunroom at Central Library.
Local Art in The Sunroom | Breathe deep. Take a break from hectic city life. Throughout May and June 2017, the 'B I G S K Y' exhibit by Darrel Kanyok is on display at The Sunroom at Central Library. In a hurried world that surrounds us, Darrel Kanyok's work singles out the elements in nature that compel us to stop and take notice.
Local Art in The Sunroom | It's official: We let the sunshine into our new art exhibit space—The Sunroom. On Wednesday, February 8, 2017, Åsa Kachan, Chief Librarian and CEO of Halifax Public Libraries, hosted a meet and greet in this beautiful 5th floor space at our Central Library. In her welcoming remarks, she highlighted the importance of art in public spaces. The opening show “As Time Goes By” by local artist Shelley Mitchell makes it easy to connect and reflect on life in Halifax—her interpretation of local scenes translates her unique point of view as an artist into a universal experience for all to share.
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