May 2014

ED103: C.Wells

July 2012

Qualia, or the feel of steel

Samina Mansuri, Shelley Niro, Judith Schwarz, Bryce Kanbara, Steve Mazza, Delio Delgado and Andrew McPhail are creating site-specific pieces through materials, images, and concepts that explore the feeling - phenomenal and elemental - of Steeltown.

-exhibition locations include Centre3 (formerly The Print Studio), Museum of Steam and Technology, and b-contemporary

-supported by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Ontario Arts Council, as well as Samuel Steel, Nova Steel, Wentworth Metal and Arcelor Mittal Dofasco.


Public Art Installations produced/curated for Evergreen Brick Works, Toronto, 2010/2011:

Toronto, Brick by BrickDan Bergeron

Workers on SiteDan Bergeron

Full CircleAmelia Jiménez

Legacy (the mud beneath our feet)Dave Hind

Braided NarrativesSady Ducros, Mathew Lincez, Richard Thomas

Don River WatershedMark Mazurak

Heritage on Site and The Great FireArchival Photographs

Water is LifeSketch Community Art Project

Gabion StacksVolunteer and Staff Collaboration

Watershed ConsciousnessFerruccio Sardella

Deep TimeFerruccio Sardella

Nature MuseumMorgan Zigler/Lee Earl


Exhibitions curated for The Print Studio


2011: Accidental Literacy - Briar Craig, Pascaline Knight, Becky Ip, Denise Hawrysio, Judy Major-Girardin and Lisa Turner. Co-curated by Simone Aziga and Ingrid Mayrhofer

On Surface
Shelley Niro, Yoshiko Shimada, Delio Delgado, Amelia Jiménez – The Print Studio, Hamilton, Ontario

Not Etched in Stone
—four directions in printmaking
Libby Hague, Rochelle Rubinstein, Luis Jacob and Rocky Dobey - The Print Studio, Hamilton


At McMaster Museum of Art



ReMix Institute—collaborative international exchange project with artists and curators from Hamilton area, Cienfugos and Havana, Cuba
March/April 2009: Art Centre Cienfuegos, Cuba and La Casa, Havana, Cuba

December: YAWN Pavel Acosta, video installation, Hamilton Artists Inc.
November: i-Poder Julio Ferrer, installation, The Print Studio, Hamilton
March: Aberrations (ex situ) Boja Vasic and Manuela Lalic, A Space, Toronto


A Space Gallery