Seize this opportunity to engage with 2016 Middlebrook Prize co-winners, Isabelle Lynch and Sophie Lynch, as they explore their exhibition Blood, Sweat, and Tears.Even more special, they will be awarded their prize in a ceremony with some past winners and Jury members. Come out to Art Gallery of Guelph this Saturday 19 November at 4 pm.An international line […]
The 8th annual prize has been awarded to emerging curator Maya Wilson-Sanchez. Her project, Grounding, has been selected as the winning submission and will be presented at Art Gallery of Guelph from September 17 to December 13, 2020. The award was presented at a gala ceremony at the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto on March 5, […]
2021 Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators is Awarded to Mitra Fahkrashrafi and Vince Rozario
We are pleased to announce that the 9th Middlebrook Prize is awarded to Mitra Fakfrashrafi and Vince Rozario. Their proposed exhibition, Collective Offerings, has been selected as the winning submission . .
We were pleased to learn that the Middlebrook Prize visual identity was recognized as a winner at Directions Awards Gala 2016 gala held in Toronto November 17, 2016. Directions is judged by national and international peers and presented by The Advertisers & Design Club of Canada. Although we already knew Chris Duchaine‘s design work was a creative tour de […]
It was a busy opening night at Art Gallery of Guelph with 4 new exhibitions, including the premier of Blood, Sweat and Tears curated by Isabelle and Sophie Lynch, co-winners of the 2016 Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators. As you can see, all were very pleased at the full house and great reception for their work. Blood, […]
Last month, we had the great pleasure to catch up with the 2014 Middlebrook Prize co-winner, Alison Cooley, who was also able to view the 2015 exhibition, The Queer Feeling of Tomorrow, by Adam Barbu at Art Gallery of Guelph. Alison was pleasantly surprised to receive the new prize cube and award certificate, which was presented at a special lunch […]
On October 24th, a whole new visual identity for the prize was unveiled by the highly talented creative director, Chris Duchaine. What follows are some remarks from Chris regarding the overall design concept.