Artist Talk | NEW time and location
The School of Craft + Emerging Media Presents
Artist Talk by Mackenzie Kelly-Frère | Monday, March 31 in room 532 at 1230 pm
Mackenzie will be speaking about his current research and Frequency, a recent exhibition of hand woven textiles in Kyoto Japan.
ALL ARE WELCOME (email me if you are coming and I’ll arrange fifth-floor access.)
Mackenzie Kelly-Frère is an artist, writer and educator currently living in Calgary, Canada. He was educated at the Alberta College of Art + Design (BFA 1998) and Nova Scotia College of Art & Design University (MFA 2005). Mackenzie currently teaches in the Fibre Program at the Alberta College of Art + Design where he is also the Associate Chair of the School of Craft + Emerging Media. He has also contributed texts to various Canadian and international publications including Craft Perception & Practice Vol III and recently to Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture. Mackenzie’s work has been exhibited in Canada, China, Japan, Korea and the United States.
Mackenzie wishes to acknowledge the support of ACAD and the Faculty Professional Affairs Committee.