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Translator While in Tokyo I visited Tokyo Sky Tree. In the lobby of the Sky Tree plaza entrance is Super Craft Tree designed by Yukio Hashimoto. I couldn’t help but notice that each of the programs in ACAD’s School of Craft … Continue reading
TranslatorCodex 1 and 2 (seen below) are featured in In the making, curated by Diana Sherlock for the Illingworth Kerr Gallery at ACAD. I will be posting more images of this work to my website soon, but wanted to share these images taken by … Continue reading
Translator I set up my work (Codex 1 and 2) in the Illingworth Kerr Gallery yesterday. Here I am cleaning the glass on the two tables that will show my weaving. My husband Kris designed and created these beautiful supports … Continue reading
Translator This exhibition is a groundbreaking inquiry into Japanese influences in the early years of the Cape Dorset print studio, the oldest and most successful printmaking enterprise in Canada’s Far North. The exhibition also focuses particular attention on the … Continue reading
Translator If you are free the morning of November 6 you are welcome to an artist talk by Yvonne Mullock at ACAD.
Translator My work is informed by an exploration of my own identity as a first generation Canadian of Polish ancestry, an ancestry that has been overshadowed by my father’s WWII experience. As with many war veterans’ offspring: the second generation … Continue reading
TranslatorThe annual faculty exhibition at ACAD opens this Thursday November 15 and runs until December 8. Join me for the opening reception after 5 pm. I have not been posting a lot lately. Happily this is due to getting some … Continue reading
Translator …and the Case for Infinite Sadness, 2012 porcelain, mixed media; 48″ h. x 96″ w. x 12″ d. Janice Jakielski is this year’s Visiting Artist in Residence in the ACAD Ceramics Program. Jakielski’s work incorporates porcelain, embroidery and mixed … Continue reading
Translator As you may know I am an instructor in the Fibre Program at the Alberta College of Art & Design. Each year we host a two week exhibition of student work along with various events celebrating what we do … Continue reading
Translator Nov 24th – 3 pm to 9 pm | Nov 25th – 1 pm to 9 pm | Nov 26 – 11 am to 5 pm Visit ACAD’s website for more.
TranslatorLast night I attended a talk given by ACAD’s current critic in residence Nancy Tousley. She spoke about her recent visit to Prospect 2 in New Orleans where she discovered the incredible work of Joyce J. Scott. These images are … Continue reading
TranslatorThis week, I attended the opening reception for the annual Graduating Student Show at the Alberta College of Art and Design. The exhibition in ACAD’s Main Mall, 3rd Floor and Illingworth Kerr Gallery continues until May 28 2011 and features … Continue reading
TranslatorPart of a continuing series of exhibitions that showcase the diversity of work being produced by ACAD’s creative community, this exhibition gives students a glimpse of the issues their instructors are currently exploring in their own practices. A broad cross-section … Continue reading
TranslatorPlease join us this evening from 5 to 9 pm in the ACAD Main Mall for the closing reception of Fibre Fortnight, an exhibition of work by ACAD students. Felt artist Marjolein Dallinga will be giving an artist talk at … Continue reading
TranslatorMiniatures by Lyn Pfleuger and Lindsay Joy on exhibition at the Alberta College of Art & Design March 8 to 17 as part of the Fibre Program’s “Fibre Fortnight” Miniature Show and Silent Auction. Join us tonight for a reception … Continue reading