Sheridan’s Moira Clark will debut art project at Scotiabank’s Nuit Blanche
Sheridan College’s Art and Art History faculty member Moira Clark will be participating in two art projects at this year’s Scotiabank Nuit Blanche event in Toronto. Clark will be participating in The Magic Gumball Machine of Fate curated by Toronto artist Catherine Heard. The Magic Gumball Machine of Fate is an artist’s multiples project that distributes works by Canadian creators and makes art affordable for everyone.
Clark will contribute to the project with her own exhibit called Cat’s Eye. For this project Clark created 500 unique edition spherical sculptures incorporating original water-colour paintings, hand sewn and inserted them into clear plastic balls (gumballs). These will be available for $2 each in vending machines along Queen Street West at the following locations:
1. Outer Layer (577 Queen Street West)
2. Duke Cycles (625 Queen Street West)
3. Forever Young Ink (522 Queen Street West)
4. Fresh (498 Queen West)
5. Shanti Baba (546 Queen Street West/beside Nocturne Club)
The 10th edition of Scotiabank Nuit Blanche will feature more than 60 contemporary art projects by Toronto’s art community and four curated exhibitions produced by the City of Toronto. Nuit Blanche is a free all-night event and is held this Saturday, October 3rd, 2015 starting at 7:00 PM.
For more information on Clark’s project, visit her website here.