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CBU Art Gallery to Host Community Wide Exhibition

ProletariART 2012: The People’s Art Exhibit For fifteen years, the Cape Breton University Art Gallery has hosted the Student, Faculty, Staff & Alumni Exhibition (SFS&A). This year marks the first annual exhibition that will be open to the entire community. ProletariArt 2012: The People’s Art Exhibit will be the first time that the general public, More »

CBU Art Gallery Provides Local Artisan Holiday Market

A Handmade Holiday – 2011 Local Artisan Market The CBU Art Gallery and Reloved Design are excited to present A Handmade Holiday, the first local holiday artisan market to take in the Great Hall, at the entrance to the CBU Art Gallery, on Monday, December 5, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. A Handmade Holidaywill More »

Head for the Hills at CBU Art Gallery

Art Gallery to Present Exhibition of Works by Halifax Artist David Diviney The Cape Breton University Art Gallery will open its latest exhibition, David Diviney: Head for the Hills on Friday, November 25 at 6 p.m. The exhibition will present 20 works of sculpture spanning 13 years of the artist’s career. Born in the Appalachian More »

Lumiere: CBU Art Gallery’s Latest Offering

This Saturday night, downtown Sydney will be electrified by the sights and sounds of some of Cape Breton’s most prominent and promising artists. Lumière: Contemporary Art . Unconventional Spaces is a night time arts event that combines all artistic disciplines in a public setting, to give audiences a taste of what the Cape Breton arts More »

CBU to Open ‘Nerve-Wracking’ Fall Exhibition

The Cape Breton University Art Gallery is proud to announce the opening of its fall exhibition entitled 'Do I Make You Nervous?', with an opening reception on Friday September 23, from 5-7 p.m. The show includes works of art from renowned artists including Evan Penny, Richard Hamilton, Marion Wagschall and more. The exhibition presents selections More »

Where are the Children? Healing the Legacy of the Residential Schools

Cape Breton University Art Gallery in partnership with Unama’ki College is honoured to host Where are the Children?, an archival photo exhibition that explores the history and legacy of Canada’s Residential School System. This educational exhibit will be on display at the Gallery from June 2 until September 16, the public opening is Thursday, June More »

Mahone Bay Artist Showcased at CBU Art Gallery

Cape Breton University Art Gallery is opening an exhibition of new work by Mahone Bay, N.S. painter, Winston (Win) Leonard Seaton. The opening reception for W.L Seaton: Changing Tack, will be held on Friday, March 11 from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Seaton has been painting since he graduated in 1963 from the Vancouver School of More »