The Yellow Brick Wall is the exhibition venue at the Brantford campus of Wilfrid Laurier University that aims to provide opportunities for appreciation and enjoyment of Canadian art.
Our mission is to contribute to the growth of Laurier's students, to promote dialogue and encourage reflection of the diversity and culture in our community and beyond.
Admission is free and open to all members of the community.
Submissions for consideration can be made via email to firstname.lastname@example.org and should include:
Submissions are juried by an Art Advisory Committee when received. Artist submissions are assessed on their artistic and creative merit, both conceptually and visually, as received. Works must be two-dimensional and speak in creative and critical ways.
The exhibition space is an original brick wall located within one of the historic buildings on the Brantford campus (circa 1877). It has been fully restored and equipped with a ceiling-mounted security rod system. The brick wall is roughly 59 linear feet long by 10 feet tall.
Aliki Mikulich: "Grand Seasons"
Heather Vollans: "Copper Mine"
Jeff Mann: "Carscape"
Patrick Carson: "Cuban Portraits: Behind the Fascade, 2012-2016"
Artists of the Brant Studio Tour: "Locally Grown"
Edward Schleimer: "Quantum Parallax II"
Rene Meshake: "Songide'ewin: Ojibwe Narratives Art Exhibit"
Jack Jackowetz: "Exhibition No. 5"
Elizabeth Gosse: "It's Your City"
Bharati Sethi: "PhotoVoice – Do You See What I See?"
Aaron Robbins: "Field of Dreams"
Jessie Buchanan: "Spirit Bear"
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