Artist Talk: sophia bartholomew

sophia bartholomew, dance or exercise on the perimeter of a square (2014) Photo Credit: Javier Rivera Castro

WHEN: Tues, Oct 18 at 6 p.m.

WHERE: Stanford Perrott Lecture Theatre

Fredericton-based artist, sophia bartholomew, will talk about her practice and participation in the City of Calgary's Open AiR residency program in Professional Practices for Artists.


sophia bartholomew works with performance, language and other time-based media to diagram experiences of psycho-physical fragility and inter-subjective confusions, conflation. She is currently artist-in-residence in Calgary's Hillhurst/Sunnyside neighbourhood, through the City of Calgary's Open AiR residency program. Her project "Dance Hall, Fire Hall" is an ongoing experiment in movement research and temporary space-making. 
bartholomew's recent works include developing a short film at Struts Gallery in Sackville, creating a performance for Le Lieu in Québec, conducting a research residency at the Galérie Louise-et-Reuben-Cohen in Moncton, and publishing writing with Untitled Art Society, Canadian Art online and cmagazine.