Art Scene

Zilberschmuck Art-Jewellery, 910 Kingston Rd., is pleased to present Transformations, a juried exhibition of jewelry and metal works, April 11 through May 31. This is the ninth year for this national, theme-based exhibition. Eighty-five entries came in from 68 artists across the country.

The Best In Show award this year was won by Robert Mitchell for his sterling silver and 18k gold bracelet adorned with Canadian diamonds. His theme was the transformation of man’s adornment from salmon bones and moosehair up to USB flash drives.

For store and gallery hours, or more information, call Zilberschmuck at 416-699-6000, or visit zilberschmuck.com.

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Zilberscmuck Art-Jewellery is hosting a juried exhibition of jewelry and metal works, left, until the end of May

Jacqueline Treloar presents the third and final lecture in her series at Kingston Road United Church, 975 Kingston Rd., April 22 from 7 to 9 p.m. This lecture is titled Venice: Its Architecture and Festivals, and will take you on a guided tour through this most fascinating Italian city. For more information on Treloar visit her website at jatreloar.com.

Tickets to Venice: Its Architecture and Festivals are $20 for adults, $10 for students and free for children. Tickets can be purchased at the door, or by calling the church office at 416-699-6091. All proceeds will go towards the construction of the ramp at the church.

Gerrard Art Space, 1390 Gerrard St. E., presents its annual members’ show, April 10 to 28. There will be an opening reception April 13, from 3 to 7 p.m. For more information call Gerrard Art Space at 416-778-0923, or visit gerrardartspace.com.

The Gerrard Art Space annual members' show runs until April 28.
The Gerrard Art Space annual members’ show runs until April 28.

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