Make your way from the Ryerson Gallery to a detour down Dufferin to participate in creating a communal art project.
6 pm: Some Kind Of Divine @ Ryerson Gallery, 80 Spadina Ave. This gallery, just north of King and Spadina, features Ruth Kaplan’s MFA Documentary Thesis project. Her work looks at religious faith and skepticism with large-scale photography that forces us to confront the conflicting convictions of Kaplan’s subjects.
6:30 pm: Genesis and the Mapping of Memory @ Edward Day Gallery, 952 Queen St. W. Peter Hill shows photographs and paintings that examine growth through memory and synchronicity. Hill’s creative process involves paintings that rely on reactions between the materials to incite change-his photography documents that process.
7 pm: Harmann & Audrey, Live Art Making & Panel @ Baitshop, 358 Dufferin St, Ste 117. Be part of a communal art project. Hermann & Audrey artists will provide tools and direction, and there will be a discussion inside about where art ends and commerce begins in relation to photography.
9 pm: Visibile Vestiges @ Gallery 1313, 1313 Queen St. W. Photographers from Gallery 44 Centre of Contemporary Photography create a show that reveals photography’s strong power over our perceptions.