Michael Steven Hames
September, 2013: Museum of Modern Art (MEAM) Barcelona, Spain—acquired the retouched monotype The Labour Market as part of its permanent collection, and for inclusion in the next catalogued exhibition.
September, 2013: Secord Gallery, Halifax—East of West: New Work Solo show held simultaneously with Steffich Fine Art, BC.
September, 2013: Steffich Fine Art, BC—East of West: New Work Solo show held simultaneously with Secord Gallery, NS.
April, 2011: Secord Gallery, Halifax—Group Portraiture show.
December, 2010: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax—Group show of works by artists included in the book Nova Scotia’s Contemporary Artists, Volume II.
March, 2010: Nova Scotia Art Bank, Halifax—Two pieces, Winter III and Winter IV selected for purchase by the Department of Tourism, Culture and Heritage.
November, 2009: Elizabeth Greenshields Memorial Foundation grant.
November, 2009: Pendulum Gallery, Vancouver, BC—Solo, public exhibition of recent portraits, landscapes and sculpture,
September, 2009: Marsh Gallery, Annapolis Royal, NS—Solo exhibition to introduce Michael and his work to Nova Scotia.
August, 2008: Steffich Fine Art, BC—Prints and Printmakers Solo exhibition of thirty new monotypes displayed alongside the artists’ private collection of forty original international and historic prints as an educational event.
September, 2008: Art for Aids Orphans, Toronto—selected group show and fundraising auction.
August, 2007: Steffich Fine Art, BC—Michael Hames: New Works in Graphite Solo show.
March, 2006: Steffich Fine Art, BC—Solo show of new work.
September, 2005: Steffich Fine Art, BC—Solo show of new work.
November, 2004: Steffich Fine Art, BC—Monotypes and Miniatures Solo show of new work.
July, 2004: Steffich Fine Art, BC—Solo show of new work.
February, 2004: Victoria Conference Centre, Victoria, BC—Solo retrospective of Michael Hames’ illustration work for the Ministry of Environment
1990: National Museum of Canada, Ottawa—a juried and catalogued exhibition of Canadian artists.
1989: National Museum of Canada, Ottawa—a juried and catalogued exhibition of Canadian artists.
1988: Victoria Art Gallery, Victoria, BC—a juried and catalogued retrospective of one hundred years of British Columbia artists.
1987: Woodson Art Museum, Wisconsin—a juried and catalogued exhibition.
May, 1975: Elizabeth T. Greenshields Memorial Foundation Grant