BLAINE CAMPBELL was interviewed by the Canadian Press about the artist-in-residence program at TRIUMF. The interview has since been published by multiple media outlets, including The Globe and Mail, CBC, and The Vancouver Sun.
CAROL SAWYER's solo exhibition The Natalie Brettschneider Archive at Carleton University Art Gallery was reviewed by Peter Simpson for the Ottawa Citizen. Read the review here.
CAROL SAWYER details some rare finds from The Natalie Brettschneider Archive in an online article for Canadian Art Magazine, here.
CAROL SAWYER's solo exhibition The Natalie Brettschneider Archive at Carleton University Art Gallery was featured in an article on the CBC News website.
HOLLY WARD's collaborative work with Kevin Schmidt is part of the group exhibition Midnight Sun Camera Obscura, January 16 to March 19 at the Kamloops Art Gallery.
CAROL SAWYER's solo exhibition The Natalie Brettschneider Archive at Carleton University Art Gallery was listed in "20 Shows We Want to See in 2016", a feature by Canadian Art Magazine.
CAROL SAWYER's solo exhibition The Natalie Brettschneider Archive, curated by Heather Anderson, will show at Carleton University Art Gallery, January 18 to April 19, 2016. Download the evite here. An opening reception will take place Monday, January 18th, at 6pm, with an artist panel and music performance the following evening, Tuesday, January 19th, at 7 pm.
Negative Space: Orbiting Inner and Outer Experience, edited by ANTONIA HIRSCH, is the second publication in SFU Galleries' Critical Reader Series and is now available for purchase through the SFU Galleries website. Link here.
BLAINE CAMPBELL Blaine Campbell is acting as the Artist in Residence at TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle physics and home to the world’s largest cyclotron. Blaine will be developing a number of new works in conjunction with the residency, which will extend through August 2016.
BLAINE CAMPBELL & Megan Wilson’s collaborative video piece, Chase, is being exhibited at Neutral Ground Contemporary Art Forum, Regina, SK, until January 29th, 2016.
ANTONIA HIRSCH's work is part of Everything Must Go: Art and the Market, at Lewis Glucksman Gallery, University College Cork, in Ireland. The exhibition runs November 28 to March 6.
ANTONIA HIRSCH's solo exhibition Negative Space, at Gallery TPW in Toronto, was reviewed by Karina Irvine for Canadian Art. Read the review here.
LYSE LEMIEUX's recent exhibition Black is the size of my new skirt, was reviewed by Kevin Griffith for The Vancouver Sun. Read the review here.
CAROL SAWYER's seven short video segments, collectively titled Wood Work are included in the Nanaimo Art Gallery exhibition Silva Part II: Booming Grounds, curated by Jesse Birch. The videos will be seen inserted into the flow of advertising on the large outdoor screens in the adjacent plaza. The exhibition runs November 21, 2015 to February 13, 2016.
MARIAN PENNER BANCROFT's work is included in the group show Silva Part II: Booming Grounds, curated by Jesse Birch, at the Nanaimo Art Gallery. The exhibition runs November 21, 2015 to February 13, 2016.
ANDREA PINHEIRO discusses the relationship between photography, painting and print, and shares a collection of work commissioned for issue 32.3 of Blackflash magazine here.