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  • Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery

    ANNUAL REPORT 2005

    The Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery fosters interaction among artworks, artists and community.

    Inspirational exhibitions as always - this Gallery isthe Regions best kept secret - visitor comment

    Please consider donating you time or resources to the Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery

    For information, Contact Suzanne Ronalddevelopment@canadianclayandglass.ca

    519.746.1882 x227

    Canadian CLay & Glass Gallery25 Caroline Street North, Waterloo ON N2L 2Y5

    1.519.746.1882www.canadianclayandglass.ca

  • Board of Directors

    Kathryn Forler (Secretary)James (Jim) Mighty (Treasurer)Carol PodedwornyJ. Michell Reive Darren Shaw (Chair)Mary Ellen Slykhuis (Vice-Chair)Jennifer SmithRobert J. Williams

    Debi LucasSwitzer, City of Waterloo Representative

    Chair & Directors Report 3Curatorial Report 5Development Report 21Donors & Sponsors 23Education Report 13List of Exhibitions 7List Of Aquisitions 27Marketing Report 20Membership list 25Public Relations Report 18Retail Report 18Treasurers Report 17Year End Financial Statement 16

    Robert Achtemichuk, DirectorVirginia Eichhorn, CuratorSheila McMath, Director ofEducationCathy Pewer, Retail ManagerWillaim Hlowatzki, VisitorExperience CoordinatorSuzanne Ronald, Director ofDevelopmentKate Holt, Marketing ManagerCharmayne Greig, BookkeeperWilly Nassau, Gallery Associate(volunteer)Barbara Yeaman, Editor, SpiralNewsletter (volunteer)Freida Millar, Public Relations(volunteer)

    Table of Contents Staff

    List of Acquisitions

    Front Cover: Chaconne de Paeton by Christian Bernard Singer from TessellatedAnamnesis - Patterns of Unforgetting

    Back Cover: Contemporary First Nations Clay works shown by Cindy Henhawk;Sand Mandala from Wheel of Time; installation photo of Las Farc Did It! byCesaro Forero

    Images

    Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery Annual Report 20052 27

    Egan, Marc: Large Sculptural Form 2005

    Deras Zapata, Miguel: Ceramic Teapot and Cups donated by theartist

    The Forced Collective, Graduating Glass Students from The Sheridan Institute of Advanced Learning andTechnology: Breathing Room, a site-specific installation createdfor exhibition and donated by the Frank Aguiar, Riel Brown, SteveCote, Melody Jewitt, Arron Lowe, Sally McCubbin, Erica Preston-French, Orion Arger, Marcia Christie, Sarah Garrard, BenjimanKikkert, Cortney Lush, Rob Peyregatt, Sandra Scott

    Ceramic chalice used in World Youth Day Mass celebration inToronto with Pope John Paul II donated by the Eichhorn Family

    McCurdy, Alex: Womentors, 1999 Porcelain, embroidery floss,wooden dowel 73cm x 59cm

    A selection of Iroquois ceramic fragments dating back 300-400years donated by Edward G. MacDonnell

    Many to One Youth Ceramic Project in front of the Gallery

  • Chair and Directors Report

    Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery Annual Report 200526 3

    Membership List (continued)

    The Gallery's mission is to foster interactionbetween artworks, artists and the community.

    This work could not have been possible withoutthe support of our members, donors, sponsorsand granting agencies. Our partnerships withthe aforementioned provided the financial basisfor our successful programmes and projects.

    Our gratitude goes out to the City of Waterloowho provides these award-winning premises forthe Gallery's cultural presentations that serveour many and various audiences.

    This year the Gallery's successes are reflectedby its growth of audiences in our variousprograms. The Gallery's attendance in the lastyear has risen by 25% and school tourscontinue to fill all available slots in thatschedule. Our Sunday drop-in program, Playwith Clay, was filled to capacity most Sundaysand provided quality "together-time" for friendsand families alike. Shopping is the primarymotivation for approximately 50% of theGallery's visitors, and - since the Gift Shop isthe Gallery's chief means of financial support -this greatly adds to our viability.

    The Board participated in its Strategic Planningsession in January and outlined key areas forresearch and actions. This year the Boardpassed various policies to help the Gallery applyfor a Cultural Properties Designation withHeritage Canada. The Gallery will also improvesome of the building infrastructure as part ofthis designation, which will allow the Gallery tocollect national treasures. In the area of BoardDevelopment, the Gallery requires an additionalfive Board members to carry on the Board'swork; we invite people interested to contact us.

    Our Curator has brought in many outstandingexhibitions this year. From last year'sexhibitions, we have selected a number ofartworks to be added to our permanentcollection. Please refer to the acquisitions list onthe last page. Collecting art enriches ourcommunity as valued artworks become theproperty of this community, providing a sense ofownership and pride in this institution as ourown cultural interests and values are expressed.

    The Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery hassubmitted a project for consideration as

    Canada's representative at the Venice Biennalefor a project called The Princess by ChristianBernard Singer. Christian's exhibit here wasentitled Tessellated Anamnesis - Patterns ForUnforgetting which the MacKenzine Art Galleryin Regina is including in their upcomingexhibition schedule.

    We are very pleased that our MarketingManager, Kate Holt has generated an amazingamount of press and reviews of our exhibitionsin local press and national and international artmagazines. Exhibitions disappear once they areremoved from the Gallery and visual and textualdocumentation is very important to both thehistory of the Gallery and the artist. Websiteslike the CCGG's are increasingly important inthis role for both visitors and students studyingart and culture.

    We want to recognize Kates great work as shewill leave us this summer.

    We are very excited in our Education area to bedeveloping a creative human resourcesworkshop program for our corporate friends. Wewill launch this program in the fall - watch for it!We have begun to discuss and research ouroptions with regards to transforming theEducation Gallery into a space that providesexpanded artistic experience. This will take timeand effort, but we believe it will be aworthwhile investment that will definitivelyenhance visitors' experiences at the Gallery.

    We would like to thank our staff that is alwayshere when needed. We all have a part to play inthis team and we are excited by the possibilitiesthat have been given us. We wish to recognizeJen DeBruyne, our former Retail Manager, whoput a new spark into our Gift Shop two yearsago and helped establish it as a destinationshopping attraction. We welcome Cathy Pewer,our new Retail Manager, and are excited by herideas and her rapport with artists and clientsalike.

    There are many regional cultural initiatives thatthe Gallery has participated in this last year.Together with the Cambridge Galleries,Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery, WaterlooRegional Arts Council and Brush With Art, wehave analysed our promotional and audienceneeds. Recently a similar group that includes a

    Karen FletcherDaun FletcherRenato FotiDiane FreemanHarold FreemanJanne Gaby-DeanMaureen GaskinMargaret GenoveseHolde GerlachKaren Golets-PancerJeffrey D. GoodmanMichael GrandNancy GrenierElaine GrossDan HaglerRebecca HahnPatti HartnagelRoberta HaskinCheryl HauserRobert D. HeldSaul and Joan HerzogMary HobsonKate HoltStephanie HongDianne HopkinsMaryon HudsonMalcolm & Helen InglisJulie InwoodJoanne JohnsonBruce & JenniferJohnstoneJoy KanyBrian & Janet KeefeJohn KepkiewiczKate Kerr-LawsonNicole KeshavMary KingsKen & Laurie KlassenEve KlimanTammie KocherMartin & Joanne KuhnRaymond LaFlammeTheo & Ann LariviereEnid Legros-Wise

    Suzanne LepageMichael & Sylva LeserSvetlana LevantNaomi LightbournLouise MacCallumMary-Jo MacDonaldJoan MagazineLouise MareeBarbara MatherElizabeth McPhersonSteve & Eve MenichEllen Sue MesburJim MightyJacquie MillerJudith MillerChristina MillsWendy L. Mitchinson2suzsa MonostoryJoy MontgomeryWilliam MooreBill & Trudy MoulSusan J. OgurianCaroline OliverAnnette OudejansJohn H. & Janet M.PanabakerElisabeth ParsonsDavid PearsonMark & Cindy PecenRhonda L. PengPatrick PleinCarol PodedwornyBruce PolanBill PooleSusan PriceBetty Anne RecchiaKen ReidSigrid ReinhardtMary ReynoldsAnn & Gwilym RobertsCatherine RobertsonAna SabadosMaurice SavoieDonald Scott

    Mark SeasonsLisa SheininAllana ShoreMarcia ShortreedIvor & Renee SimmonsLucy SimpsonMary Ellen SlykhuisJudith Stephens-WellsDenise StrongBetty TaylorFiona TetlowHope ThextonJohn & Bertha ThompsonKimberley TremblayJohn & Heather TrusslerFrank TuckerCythia TummonTim Van VlietJohn & Judith VanderkooyWendy VoralekJudith WadePat WainwrightBrenda WalkerNorma WeinerAllison WeirWanda WesolowskiDeborah WestmanSharon Wigle-ClaytonDeborah WillsBetty D. WisnowskiDonna WoloshynDeborah & Robert WoodHeather WoodJanice WorksCindy WrightKenneth WrightBarbara YeamanKatherine YurchesynChristine ZazaJanice Zettle

  • Annual Report 20054 25Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery

    Chair and Directors Report (continued) Membership List

    Carmeta AbbottCorinne AbrahamsonKirsten AbrahamsonHolly AndersonKelly AnthonyNancy ArissCaroline BabbAnne BakerMary BalesEdna BallThomas & Roswita BallNorman BallAnupam BanerjiBetty BaxDarlene BennerBarbara BerryLois E. BetteridgeDoug & Aggie BeynonSuzy BirsteinCatherine BlackburnW.C. BlightPaul & Ruth BoadwayAlf BoguskyLindsay BotsfordMaurice & Sharon

    BoughtonMartina BoyerJane BreithauptRobert & Joyce BrennanDouglas BrockMarsha BrownDrazen BukvaMaaike BumaPaul & Elke BuschJane CaleyMary Ellen CampbellMasoumeh

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