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Winter Mini-ARTcrawl 2023

February 10 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

The Thames Art Gallery and ARTspace are excited to announce the Winter Mini-ARTcrawl. Mark Friday, February 10 on your calendar and join the galleries and our community partners in a festive evening of art and creativity in downtown Chatham between 6:00 pm and 10:00 pm.
Winter Mini ARTcrawl stops:
165 1/2 King St. W.
ARTspace is featuring the exhibition The Colour of Emotion by Vicki McFarland. The artist explores, with her unusual pouring technique, a dialogue with colours, shapes, and angles. While at ARTspace, be sure to check out the incredible roster of local artists on display.
The CO.
208 Queen St
More information to be announced shortly!
Turns and Tales
213 King St W
The Thames River Revue, A Lively Variety Show by Clair Culliford fro 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The Thames River Revue will have stories, comedy, a short play, poems, a quiz, and more. Audience participation and laughter will be encouraged. Food and drink will be available.
Art and Heirloom Shoppe
137 King St. W
Join Art and Herloom Shoppe to view live painting by local CK artist Dava Robichaud!
William Street Café
28 William St. S
William Street Café is pleased to host “Imagine McGregor-Through the Eyes of Youth”. This is an exhibit showcasing work created by students from Ursuline College to express their feelings regarding the environmental crisis facing the planet.
Chatham-Kent Museum
75 William St. N
The Chatham-Kent Museum presents an opening reception for A Call for Justice: Fighting for Japanese Canadian Redress (1977-1988)
This exhibition was created by the Nikkei National Museum to honour the anniversary of the signing of the Redress Agreement with the Government of Canada in 1988. It tells a story of human rights and the enduring perseverance of the Japanese Canadian community who suffered so much from 1942-1949.
Japanese-themed refreshments available in the museum lobby. Join us in the Imagination Station and make your own protest sign, practice Shodo Japanese calligraphy, or try your hand at origami.
Thames Art Gallery
75 William St. N
At the Thames Art Gallery join us for conversational talks and tours throughout the evening. TAG’s Gallery Curator Phil Vanderwall invites you to experience What Lays Beneath: A Retrospective of Works by Leonard Jubenville, From the first, thin layer of glazed oil paint to the last, Leonard Jubenville has built a celebrated career by taking us just beyond the surface of the seen. Whether Jubenville turns his eye to the common objects of daily life, the picturesque expanse of the landscape, or its steady evolution into the Anthropocene, there is something equally beautiful and unsettling uncanny about his vision.
Everyone is welcome to this free and family-friendly event, so don’t miss this opportunity to support our local art scene and experience the vibrant artistic community in Chatham-Kent
The Thames Art Gallery is open Wednesday through Sunday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and is open until 7 pm on Thursdays.
ARTspace is open from 12 pm to 5 pm Wednesday through Saturday.


February 10
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm