Dynamic Range

Women’s Art Association of Canada (WAAC)
Annual Photo Exhibition

Ulla Djelweh, THE OLD TREE, Lens-based, signed archival pigment print, edition 1/10, 12″ x 16″ print, 21″ x 17″ x 2″ framed

Dynamic Range
WAAC’s Annual Photo Exhibition

May 23 – June 15, 2024
Dignam Gallery, Toronto

Special Event: WAAC is participating in Doors Open Toronto
Saturday, May 25 & Sunday, May 26, 11 am – 5 pm

The Women’s Art Association of Canada is thrilled to announce Dynamic Range, a group exhibition featuring WAAC member photographers. Running from Thursday, May 23, to Saturday, June 15, 2024 in the Dignam Gallery, this exhibition aims to explore the range of the human eye through modern analogue and digital extensions.

From the purest white to the deepest black, the term dynamic range describes the span from brightest to darkest seen in a photograph.

“The best digital cameras capture only half as much range as the human eye” (Dominic Duchesneau & Van Jensen, filmmakers).

Kyungmin Kate Lee, Dancing with the Trees, 2021 Beyond the Boundary Project, Photography, England brushed aluminum panel 3mm, solid wood frame (1/10 Limited Edition with signature), 18.5″ x 12.5″ x 2″

The Dynamic Range exhibition will be hosted in the Dignam Gallery, inside the historic home of the Women’s Art Association of Canada, located at 23 Prince Arthur Ave, nestled in the vibrant Annex area of Toronto.

Exhibiting WAAC member photographers:

Dixie Allen | Linda Briskin | Judith Davidson-Palmer | Joan Davies | Ulla Djelweh | Lin Duperron | Deniz Ergun Seker | Delwyn Higgens | Margaret Kittel Canale | Susan Lappin | Kyungmin Kate Lee | Sabrina Leeder | Suzanne Miller | Laura Nashman | Janet F. Potter | Ted Scott | Yafang Shi | Sally Thurlow | Jonathan Ward

Margaret Kittel Canale, Fluffy grass, Photography on metal, 32″ x 24″ x 1″

About The Women’s Art Association of Canada

Since 1887
The Women’s Art Association of Canada is a diverse and inclusive non-profit arts hub offering exhibition, education and volunteer opportunities for men and women with a passion for the arts. Two historic gallery spaces on the main floor of the heritage building at 23 Prince Arthur Avenue in Toronto are open to the public: The Dignam Gallery and The Ruth Upjohn Gallery.

Each year, the Dignam Gallery hosts 4 group exhibitions open to all members, community outreach exhibitions, Signature exhibitions, scholarship exhibitions in the summer months, and the Artist-in-Residence exhibition in the fall. The Ruth Upjohn Gallery is available to members for solo or group exhibitions. Members include practicing professional artists who have been exhibiting for decades, and self-taught artists showing their work in public for the first time. All are welcome! To register for our newsletter, or to inquire about membership, please contact the office (waac@womensartofcanada.ca).

Land Acknowledgement
We wish to acknowledge this land on which the Women’s Art Association of Canada operates. For thousands of years, it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.

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