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Translator Ehryn Torrell‘s exhibition Self Similar opens this Friday at St. Mary’s University Art Gallery In her solo exhibition, Self-Similar, Ehryn Torrell’s large paintings and drawings incorporate visual elements of collapsed and derelict structures, and of remembered cityscapes. Using the lens of … Continue reading
Translator More of Valls’ haunting work HERE.
TranslatorA Stake in the Ground: Contemporary Native Art Manifestation is an impressive and exciting exhibition of contemporary Aboriginal artists curated by Nadia Myre for Art Mur in Montreal. The exhibition features work by: Sonny Assu, Jason Baerg, Carl Beam, Rebecca … Continue reading
TranslatorArtists: Samantha Bittman, Stephanie Brooks, Casey Droege, Michael Milano, Hans Peter Sundquist Curator: Shannon R. Stratton “Either/Or/Both explores the poetics of relationships and correspondence through painting, drawing and text based work that troubles the boundaries between the intuitive and the … Continue reading
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TranslatorIn this post: Jennifer Akkermans and the Institute for Morphoid Research, Chantal Traub and Rachelle MacLeod. The ACAD Graduating Student Show is on view in ACAD’s Main Mall, 3rd Floor and Illingworth Kerr Gallery and continues until May 28 2011. … Continue reading
Translator Combining weaving with a trompe l’oeil painting technique from the WPA era, local weaver Pam Patrie will work collaboratively with Portland Handweavers Guild members to create a piece based on Laurie Herrick’s shawl designs from the 1970s. In conjunction … Continue reading
TranslatorMiniatures by Mireille Perron and Bill Morton 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. More to come…
TranslatorThis weekend, “Q the Arts” took over the Arrata Opera Centre and provided an evening of performance art, music, spoken word and visual arts for Calgary’s queer community. A co-production of Swallow a Bicycle Theatre and Fairytales Presentation Society, Q … Continue reading
Translator Fairy Tales Presentation Society and Swallow-a-Bicycle Theatre are thrilled to present Q the Arts, Calgary’s inaugural Queer Arts & Cultural Festival! The festival will feature a broad spectrum of artistic genres, including visual art, theatre, music, dance and spoken … Continue reading