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other exhibitions Harbourfront Centre HARBOURFRONT CENTRE HAPPENING Come to Harbourfront Centre to see eight great exhibitions, eat DATES: Friday evening May amazing food from our World Café, and listen (dance) to the tunes 17, or regular hours through spun by local DJ, Vinny Grüvhunter. Open to all attendees and the June 16 Harbourfront Centre Happening Friday, May 17, 5:30-11pm general public. No tickets required. Don't miss this opportunity to see eight amazing exhibitions: RE: Position: Curated by Melanie Egan and Paul McClure Quintet: A Conversation in Design: George Brown College Faculty SPARK: Graduates of George Brown College Jewellery Arts Program (located in the Centre Shop) Dialogue: International Jewellery: Curated Noel Guyomarc'h and Valerie Cote REPEATREPEAT: The Multiple in Jewellery. Curated by Melanie Egan Family Album: Past and Present: Curated by Meredith Robb & Sarah Dobranowski OUTDOOR ONSITE: Mobile Canada RV Exhibition + This End Up Container Exhibition (located outside)—May 15–18 only The following 2 exhibitions are located at Zilberschmuck Gallery: ZILBERSCHMUCK 910 Kingston Road Three Elements Dates: May 15–18 TEL: 416-699-6000 A group of artists considers their uniqueness within the Canadian mosaic, DATES: Tues-Sat, 11am-6pm, who were tasked with a specific formula to express their distinct identity. Sun & Mon by appt. Transformation Open until Midnight Canadian jewellers and metal artists participated in this juried exhibition on Friday, May 17! exploring formal and conceptual manifestations behind the word "TRANSFORMATION". PEARSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Both exhibitions located post-security in Terminal 1 (Valid travel documents are required to view these exhibitions) RAINBOW GALLERY 80 Front Street East, Upper Lobby (Market Square Cinemas) The Canadian Mosaic of Metal Celebrating our talent and our diversity. This exhibition showcases 16 artists from across Canada, artists who are Canadian leaders in the field of metal. Blacksmithing Featuring Canadian artists Sandra Dunn, Ontario and Jake James, British Columbia. Fire and Fusion: Canadian Enamelling Exhibition Curators: Gabrielle Castonguay, Catherine Crowe and David Hustler. Enamel plays not only with colour and form, but also with light. The alchemy of transforming materials through fusion in the fire is the passion of enamel artists. 54

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