AT THE GALLERIES
Art Gallery of Hamilton, 123 King St. W., presents Expanding the Circle: Robert Davidson and the Ancient Language of Haida Art, historical Haida artworks from the collection of the McCord Museum in Montreal and new and recent work by Robert Davidson, to May 28. Sara Angelucci: Piece Work, an exhibition chronicling Coppley Apparel, one of Hamilton’s oldest garment manufacturers, to May 14. Last Folio, photographs by Yuri Dojc, to May 14. 905-527-6610, See the website artgalleryofhamilton.com
Art in the Workplace, at The Atrium, McMaster Innovation Park, 175 Longwood Rd. S., presents works by more than 120 local artists and feature artist Robert Crosby, to June 27. Free admission. 905-667-5500, mcmasterinnovationpark.ca
Assembly Gallery, 4 Cannon St. E., presents Fridge Magnets, sculpture by Brian Kelly, to May 6. assemblygallery.ca
Carnegie Gallery, 10 King St. W., Dundas, presents Pas de Deux, high-fired porcelain by Maureen Marcotte and David McKenzie, May 5 to 28. The Meaning of Things, selection of paintings by Martha Eleen, May 5 to 28. Eat, Drink, Talk: an evening of taste sensations, Thursday, May 11, 7 to 9 p.m., $10. 905-627-4265, carnegiegallery.org
Dundas Valley School of Art, 21 Ogilvie St., Dundas, presents The DVSA Juried Student Art Show featuring selected 2D and 3D works by DVSA student artists enrolled during the 2016-17 school year, May 4 to June 2. 905-628-6357, dvsa.ca
Earls Court Gallery, 215 Ottawa St. N., presents Effects of Weather, oil pastel paintings by Aleda O’Connor, May 4 to June 8. Phone 905-527-6685 or go to earlscourtgallery.com
Gallery on the Bay, 231 Bay St. N., presents A Feathered Symmetry, paintings and poems by David Laing Dawson, to May 14. 905-540-8532, galleryonthebay.com
Grimsby Public Art Gallery, 18 Carnegie Lane, Grimsby, presents Fabulous Fictions & Peculiar Practices, text, mixed media by Leon Rooke and Tony Calzetta, to May 21. 905-945-3246, grimsby.ca
Hamilton Artists Inc., 155 James St. N., presents Laboratory Ecologies, participatory bio art installation by Jennifer Willet, to May 13. Guidance, mixed media work by Bogdan Luca, Nancy Anne McPhee and Trudy Perks, to May 13. 905-529-3355, theinc.ca
Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts, 126 James St. S., presents Escarpment as Muse: drawings, paintings, prints, photographs, sculptures, literary and collage offer perspectives on the influence geography has on artists’ works, to May 27. 905-528-4020, hcarts.ca Kirkland Lynch Studio Gallery, 654 Spring Garden Rd., Burlington, presents works by abstract painter Peter Kirkland and stained glass designer Siobhan Lynch. 905-912-2130, peterkirkland.com; 289-260-8246, Sio2creations.com
McMaster Museum of Art, Alvin A. Lee Building, McMaster University, 1280 Main St. W., presents Water and Oil: Domestic Vessels from the Greek and Roman World, to Sept. 1. Free admission. 905-525-9140, ext. 23081, museum.mcmaster.ca
Teresa Seaton Studio & Gallery, 652 Spring Gardens Rd., Burlington, presents digital and large print photography by David Galway, to May 28. 905-510-5030, teresaseaton.ca
Sylvia Simpson’s Creative-Works, 992 King St. W., presents Ontario Fields, Sylvia Simpson’s large oil canvases of Haldimand County, Bruce County and Manitoulin Island Fields, May 8 to June 30. 905-517-7199
You me gallery, 330 James St. N., presents The Posers, the Existential Selfie Exposed, works by Brian David Johnston, to May 7. Songs of Ascent, flagship gallery artists, to May 7. 905-523-7754, youmegallery.com To have your gallery exhibits included in At the Galleries, log on to thespec.com/hamilton-events to register and enter your listing. See more event listings on thespec.com.
Aleda O’Connor, Blue House Keels, pastel on panel, part of Effects of Weather at Earls Court Gallery.