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.
"Processes of Remediation: art, relationships, nature" is a multi-part project by Mohkinstsis (Calgary) based artist Alana Bartol (Alana Gillian), Sessional Faculty. Adapted to the closure of public spaces and events, the project involves an online residency, mentorship of two emerging artists, and culminates with an exhibition in uLethbridge’s Hess Gallery.
See also: Untunnelling Vision: An Artist Talk with Jin-me Yoon
Friday, October 2, 2020
Image: jubilee, 2019 Acrylic and oil on canvas
When: On now until January 18, 2020
Where: Paul Kuhn Gallery, Calgary
Building upon his exhibition currently on display at the Nickle Galleries, Mullin continues to explore the capacity of painting as an essential means of communication. Just as there is a distinction between truly non representational painting and abstraction, Mullin draws a line between what can be understood through spoken or written language, and what can only be comprehended in visual terms.
WHEN: On now until December 14, 2019
WHERE: Nickle Galleries, University of Calgary
With the work of Mark Mullin, there is always more than meets the eye. This exhibition, by focussing on his recent non-representational paintings on paper and on canvas, engages not as much with an aesthetic assessment or appreciation of Mullin’s work as with how it functions. Over the past 15 years or more, Mullin’s painting has steadily developed both aesthetically and intellectually.
WHEN: Now until Thursday, March 7, 2019, from 5 until 7 p.m.
WHERE: Main Mall, Alberta University of the Arts (AUArts)
Fibre Fortnight is a yearly celebration in the AUArts Main Mall exhibiting the achievements of students in first to the fourth year classes in the Fibre Program.
The name of the exhibition was coined by our beloved Jasmine Valentina, a student, at the time, in the Fibre Program.
WHEN: Wednesday, October 17, 2018 until Friday, February 22, 2019
WHERE: ATB Branch for Arts + Culture (102-8 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta)
Tempered Transformation is a survey exhibition of work from the Alberta College of Art + Design’s (ACAD) School of Craft + Emerging Media, featuring work from current students, faculty and alumni of the Ceramics program. The title is a reference to the discipline and control necessary to work in a medium overwhelmed by change.