Ed Pien, It Always Happens, detail process shot, 2016, pigmented flax paper with thread sewing, 14 x 20″
We are excited to invite you to Paperhouse Studio’s first benefit art exhibition.
Paperhouse Studio is a unique space devoted to the production and celebration of a material that is so familiar, it is often invisible – paper!
Ten established and emerging artists, who thoughtfully use materials, have been invited to experiment and collaborate with resident expert papermakers Emily Cook and Flora Shum. They have worked one-on-one with the artists, asking the question: “What does it mean to think with paper?” Each artist has donated half of the new work that they have created in support of the studio and its programming.
Paperhouse (unit 102) is pleased to host a casual conversation with select In House artists starting from 6pm. Following that, please join us for a reception at TYPOLOGY Projects (unit 302) from 7pm until 11pm.
Delicious cocktails, oysters and hors d’oeuvres will be provided by our event partners. Participate in a raffle for the chance to win an In House art piece and end the night with a dance party by DJ Mary Mack!
MARCH 10th – MARCH 20th 2016
Artists in Conversation: March 18th, 6pm (at Paperhouse Studio, Unit 102)
Benefit Night: March 18th, 7pm – 11pm (at TYPOLOGY Projects, Unit 302)
180 Shaw St, Artscape Youngplace, Toronto ON. M6J 2W5
Gallery hours: Thurs – Sun, 12-5pm
or by appointment.