Zoomer Show: A Golden Age | Curated By Moses Znaimer

October 30 – 31, 2010

The term Golden Age originated in Greek mythology. It refers to the first in a sequence of Ages of Man. The Golden Age denotes the period of primordial peace, harmony, stability, and prosperity during which, it is said, humans lived among the gods, mingling freely with them, and living to a very old age – all the while keeping their youthful appearance and vitality.

According to media innovator Moses Znaimer, today’s new “Zoomer” generation is staying current, fit, healthy and engaged well past what used to be thought as the traditional age of “retirement”. In Mr. Znaimer’s own words “most Zoomers are active, contributing members of society. Just staying alive is not our preference; living well till we die is”

For this unique exhibition 30 artist will be exhibiting works that explore this theme widely through the artistic medium of their choice.

Exhibiting Artists:

  • Dan Bazuin
  • Bryan Belanger
  • Flavio Belli
  • Jim Bourke
  • Siggi Buhler
  • Paul Carrol
  • Audrey Cooper
  • Bruce Cull
  • Melanie Day
  • Martha De La Fuente
  • Pat Dumas-Hudecki
  • Irene Flint
  • Scott Garant
  • Barbara Greene Mann
  • Bobbi Jo Hart
  • Beverly Hawksley
  • Tara Imerson
  • Robby J.
  • Eva Lewarne
  • Alexandra Mainella
  • Richard Mcnaughton
  • Rosemary Mihalyi
  • Lisa Mininni
  • Robert Montgomery
  • Faye Mullen
  • Joseph Muscat
  • Miro Omes
  • Pete Paterson
  • Joan Rankin
  • Esther Simmonds-Macadam 

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