COVID Head | Evan Penny

TrépanierBaer Presents: COVID Head - Evan Penny

Feeling like this guy these days: stretched to the limit, can’t focus, bewildered, and with dull skin? Evan Penny’s "(Old) Stretch #3" sums it up - this is the look, this is the feel at the moment. TrépanierBaer is presenting this signature work by Alum Evan Penny, Dip '75, Sculpture from 2006 in conjunction with his latest portfolio of photographs titled Why Do You Peel from Myself?

Recognized | Brian Flynn

Calgary artist, Brian Flynn’s latest body of work "Recognized" continues his interest in social constructions and his family’s ties to politics in Ireland. Using oil paint and photo-transfers as mediums, Brian recreates figures from both his family’s history as well as Ireland’s turbulent politicized past.

Julya Hajnoczky Exhibition

Alum Julya Hajnoczky’s multidisciplinary practice seeks to question the complex relationship between humans and the natural world. These intimate portraits of ecosystems re-contextualize some last remaining pieces of a fragmented world, evoking a sense of future nostalgia. Exploring critical issues of biodiversity loss and climate change, Julya aims to cultivate a deep attention to the details and intricacies of natural ecosystems in people and to encourage rethinking human relationships with the natural world.

South Centre Mall reveals CHROMA On The Rise

South Centre Mall revealed CHROMA On The Rise in recognition of #WorldArtDay! The mall partnered with Promoting Artists Redefining Kulture (PARK), to virtually unveil CHROMA on April 15th. Originally intended as a free public art installation, CHROMA On The Rise has instead launched online.

The exhibition features AUArts students: Cory Bugden and Isabelle Kearl, and alumni Claire Ouchi & Rachel Rivera.

Tendere

Image: Lindsay Joy “Summer Flop”

WHEN: Thursday, October 17 until Monday, October 28, 2019

Closing Reception: Thursday, October 24, 2019, from 5 until 8 p.m.

The closing will feature a performance of “Pain & Release” by Julia Rose Sutherland. 

WHERE: Gallery 371, Alberta University of the Arts (AUArts)

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