Sense of Place at McIntosh Gallery, University of Western Ontario January 6th to February 19th 2011

On January 30, 2011 The McIntosh Gallery will host, in conjunction with the Sense of Place exhibition, a special event with Alistair McLeod and Nino Ricci, guest writers for the Sense of Place publication.

The McIntosh Gallery invites you to a reading by Alistair Macleod and Nino Ricci in memory of Dr. Suzanne Kaufmann. Canadian author Alistair MacLeod was the 2001 winner of the prestigious IMPAC Dublin Literary Award for his novel No Great Mischief (1999). He has also published The Lost Salt Gift of Blood (1976), As Birds Bring Forth the Sun (1986) and Island: The Collected Stories (2000). In 2008 he became an Officer of the Order of Canada.

Nino Ricci won the Governor General’s Award for Fiction twice: in 1990 for Lives of the Saints (also a Books in Canada First Novel Award winner), and in 2008 for The Origin of Species, which also appeared on the long list for the Giller Prize. In 1997, Ricci’s novel Where She Has Gone was short-listed for the Giller Prize.

MacLeod and Ricci were guest writers for the publication Sense of Place: A Cross-Border Print Exhibition, organized by Windsor Printmaker’s Forum. The exhibition is on view at the McIntosh Gallery from January 6th to February 19th 2011.

McIntosh Members: Join us at the Gallery after the reading for a private reception to meet Alistair and Nino and to tour the Sense of Place exhibition with Patricia Coates, President of Windsor Printmaker’s Forum. (Memberships will be available at the door).

Sense of Place Artists:
Joseph Banh, Nadine Bariteau, Mark Bovey, Yael Brotman, Dacia Celeste-Fauth, Patricia Coates, Meena Dhar, Lisa Driver in collaboration with Milky Way, Christopher Durocher, Erik Edson, Joel Fullerton, Sue Gordon, Dieter Grund, Libby Hague, George Hawken, Liz Ingram, Hannamari Jalovaara, Melody Krauze, Bill Laing, Tara Lynn MacDougall, Judy Major-Girardin in collaboration with Briana Palmer, Adam Medley, John Montminy, Rory O’Connor, Gary Olson, Terry O’Reilly, Kenneth Pattern, Shannon Phair, Dianna Rae Borel, Victor Romão, Carol Rowland-Ulmann, Dan Steeves, Michele Tarailo, Susan Turner, Terry Vatrt.

Organized and circulated by the Windsor Printmaker’s Forum, Sense of Place was judged by artist Iain Baxter&, Nancy Sojka, Curator, Detroit Institute of Arts, and James Patten, Director, McIntosh Gallery.

Sense of Place at McIntosh Gallery

The McIntosh Gallery hosts The Windsor Printmaker’s Forum National Touring Exhibition, Sense of Place. The exhibition is on view from January 6 to February 19, 2011. Congratulations to the participating artists.

Windsor Printmaker’s Forum, founded by local artists in 1987, has established a working space for area artists to create and produce their own original, limited edition prints. As a non-profit arts organization and an artist-run production center, we offer facilities in lithography, intaglio, relief, silkscreen and letterpress printing, giving area artists/printmakers a place to continue their creative development in the fine arts printmaking medium. All content © 2020.