Simone Elizabeth Saunders is a Canadian artist. She is primarily a textile artist, using a unique tool called a tufting gun. Integrating the gun with punch needle, Simone creates hand-tufted textiles of colorful portraiture celebrating womanhood that is rooted in a rich and vibrant Black history.
Celebrate AUArts' 2nd Anniversary with a "virtual reveal" of the new NASARIMBA mural and an alum artist talk that will inspire the newest generation of emerging artists.
Erin Sutherland is an independent curator and a core member of Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective (Edmonton). Curation includes Adrian Stimson, Shaman Exterminator performance.
This Nickle Galleries artist talk is a free online event. Click here to join.
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Meeting ID #: 985 8863 7090
Focusing on her recent exhibition "PANORAMADA", Thompson shares her research into embroidermation investigating the relationship between embroidery and animation, as well as their histories and techniques.
seth cardinal dodginghorse discusses his work "The Glenmore Rezerveoir", a water sculpture made in response to Yoko Ono’s invitation to produce a container that held water for her exhibition. This exhibition is currently on display at Contemporary Calgary.
Alumni Julya Hajnoczky and Rocio Graham discuss their current exhibitions at the Whyte Museum in Banff and Christine Klassen Gallery in Calgary while touching on parallel paths during a live Instagram talk. They will interview each other during the session discussing ethical foraging and the ethical representation of nature.
Julya Hajnoczky is a Calgary based artist with a BA in French from the University of Calgary and a BDes in photography from the Alberta University of the Arts. Her multidisciplinary practice includes digital and analog photography, fiber art, and book and paper sculpture, and seeks to question the complex relationship between humans and the natural world.
See the work of Julya Hajnoczky at the Alberta Craft Gallery - Calgary in cSPACE King Edward until March 6, 2021.
Sahar Te – “KHAAREJ No. 3”
Catch Sahar Te's “KHAREEJ No. 3” at the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, featuring a mixed media sound and text digital installation, and an artist talk.
Tickets for the live stream artist talk are free but must be acquired through the festival's ticketing platform.
Friday, October 2, 2020 from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
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