Exhibitions & Historic Home Tours
Admission by donation: $5 suggested | Members and students FREE
Learn about our historic facility and explore our current exhibitions. Juxtaposing the tradition and grandeur of historic Rodman Hall with Contemporary Art Exhibitions in the Gallery, a tour is a great way to spend an afternoon with your friends. Guided Tours include a description of the history of Rodman Hall, exploration and discussion of the art exhibited in the Hansen Gallery, the Main Space and the Project Space. After your guided tour, we invite your group to explore the grounds and the sculptures in the Walker Botanical Gardens. Please pick up a sculpture garden self-guide at the front desk.
No registration required; please call ahead for groups of 10 or more to 905 684 2925.
MAISON DE L’ART: CONVERSATIONS EN FRANÇAIS ET VISITE D’EXPOSITION
Admission par donation, 5$ suggérés | Membres et étudiants gratuit
le tour en français de nos expositions avec Catherine Parayre, Langues modernes, littératures et cultures / Etudes en arts et culture, Université Brock.
Guide: Catherine Parayre, Langues modernes, littératures et cultures / Etudes en arts et culture, Université Brock.
BOOKING A PERSONAL GROUP TOUR
Groups of 10 or more can request an appointment for a personal tour by calling the front desk at 905 684 2925. Tours generally range from 1 — 2 hours and must be booked a minimum of 2 weeks in advance. Note: availability is determined by gallery hours, event bookings and the exhibition installation schedule. If you are interested in bringing your group to Rodman Hall Art Centre please contact us for further information and availability. Personal tour groups are charged admission by donation ($5 per person is suggested) and a minimum of 10 participants is required. Private tours can be personalized to focus more on the historic home, or exhibitions, whatever you feel would best suit the interests of your group.
EDUCATION GROUPS AND FIELD TRIPS
Rodman Hall’s guided tours allow students to explore the galleries and experience a variety of art produced by local, national and international artists. The exhibitions are explored using group discussions, interactive exercises, questioning strategies and critical analysis. Gallery visits and studio projects support the visual arts curriculum and are led by dynamic educators who use a variety of teaching strategies and techniques to engage your students and promote visual literacy. The thematic studio projects are designed to enhance your tour and give students the ability to reflect and respond to the artworks they have just experienced.
For Booking and Information Contact:
Kylie Mitchell, Camps Coordinator
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 905 688 5550 ext 5803.
5X2: VISUAL CONVERSATION
Second Tuesday of the month, 5 to 7 pm (presentations from 5:30 to 6:30 pm)
Online in the 5×2 Visual Conversation group on Facebook.
Facilitated by Bart Gazzola
Join us on the second Tuesday of the month for an informal discussion about art and visual culture. Artists working in any media, architects, designers, and any other image-makers are invited to contribute to the conversation by sharing a selection of images and discussing for up to ten minutes. Show us what you’re working on, what inspires you, or just come for the conversation. Everyone is welcome!
To reserve your presentation date, join the 5 x 2 Visual Conversation group on Facebook.